At the Safari Club International Hunter’s Convention on Saturday, I came across one of the best tag lines I have seen for a company specializing in services for the outdoor adventurer: “Specializing in wet, cold and miserable.”
If you have yet to try turkey hunting, you are missing out on a fun experience. Nevada’s 2018 turkey draw is open at NDOWlicensing.com until 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Like many modern hunting rifles, the 110 now sports a black synthetic stock, but it’s anything but typical. The stock is designed so shooters can adjust the comb and pull of their rifle stock for a custom fit without the help of a gunsmith.
In the late 1960s, Nevada’s bighorn sheep population numbered about 2,500, compared with 12,000 today. Much of that growth can be attributed to the Fraternity of the Desert Bighorn and Nevada Bighorns Unlimited.
As of Jan. 1, beginning with licenses purchased on that date or later, Nevada’s hunting and fishing licenses are good for a year following the date of purchase.
Stephanie proudly pointed to the tight group of holes just below the orange center of her target. That she was excited about her accomplishment went without saying. The smile on her face said it all.
Unseasonably warm temperatures have slowed ice at Eagle Valley and Echo Canyon reservoirs, customary ice fishing destinations for Southern Nevada anglers.
If winter brings with it temperatures cold enough to cover regional trout waters with ice, we can look forward to some outdoor adventure, especially if the hard water is thick enough to make ice fishing safe.
For most of us, hunkering down in a duck blind with wind-blown rain kissing the side of your face doesn’t sound like much fun, but for serious duck hunters, that and cloud cover is just what they want.