Hunting In Nevada


Nevada like most of the rugged western states have many once in a lifetime opportunity for big game hunts such as Elk, Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Goat etc. There may be some work involved and scouting to be successful. Public land is available everywhere, so landowners may have to provide a premium opportunity to sell their hunting leases.



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Below are some of the featured public hunting listings in the state of Nevada that are available on HLRBO as well as contact information for the Department of Natural Resources in Nevada should you have any questions about regulations or licensing.



Nevada Featured Listings


Nevada Unit 143 Mule Deer Hunt
20 South Main St.
Eureka, NV 89316

NEVADA Unit 143 Wide Buck Mule Deer voucher to allow you to buy a license and hunt anywhere in unit 143, one of the well-known units for big muleys. Deer - Unit 143, unit wide, 1 tag This tag usually goes for $ 7500 but is discounted Down to only- $6,495
50000 Acres



WAYNE E. KIRCH WMA

Duckwater, NV

The Wayne E. Kirch WMA is located in the White River Valley in northeastern Nye County. State Route 318 is the major access route to the area. Today, KWMA is composed of a total of 14,815 acres, including five major reservoirs. From sagebrush to wet meadows and grasslands, the various habitats of KWMA support an abundance of fish and wildlife that contribute significantly to the biological diversity of central Nevada. Wetlands are among the most productive wildlife habitats in Nevada. They provide food, cover, and water for numerous species of birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. Tule, Adams-McGill, Cold Springs, Dacey and Haymeadow reservoirs, developed by NDOW, provide deep water habitat for fish and diving ducks. The edges of the reservoirs provide feeding areas for puddle ducks and shorebirds. The White River bisects the area and provides wetlands and deep water habitats. Uplands on KWMA include sagebrush, alkali desert scrub, annual grassland and desert wash. Sagebrush provides important habitat for mule deer, pronghorn, sage grouse and nongame species. The desert wash habitat is found in narrow corridors around intermittent streams carrying runoff from the Egan Range into the White River Valley. Trapping is allowed with valid permit. Permits will be issued through a drawing process and may contain designation of specific trapping areas, dates or other restrictions to ensure compatibility with other public activities The use or possession of shells for a shotgun containing shot that is toxic or larger than standard-sized T is prohibited. The use of shotguns capable of holding more than three shells is prohibited unless it is plugged with a one piece filler, incapable of removal without disassembling the gun so its total capacity does not exceed three shells.
14815 Acres



STEPTOE VALLEY WMA
County Road 27
Ely, NV 89301

The Steptoe Valley Wildlife Management Area (SVWMA) is located immediately south of Ely, along U.S. Highway 93/50 in White Pine County. Comins Lake is located about six miles south of Ely near the ranch headquarters. The property consists of 6,426 acres including Comins Lake and appropriated water rights of Cave Creek, Steptoe Creek, and Willow Creek. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Tamberlaine Grazing Allotment, totaling 27,306 public acres is associated with the ranch. From wet meadows and riparian corridors to sagebrush and pinyon-juniper uplands, the habitats of SVWMA support an abundance of fish and wildlife that contribute significantly to the biological diversity of eastern Nevada. Sagebrush is important habitat for mule deer, pronghorn, sage grouse and a multitude of nongame species. Pinyon-juniper is found on the uplands surrounding the Steptoe Creek drainage. Both pinyon nuts and juniper berries are important food sources for many species of wildlife. The riparian habitats of SVWMA including cottonwood, willow, and aspen have exceptionally high value for many species of wildlife. Ponds and wet meadows dot the landscape of SVWMA, providing food, cover, and water for numerous species of waterfowl, wading birds, and mammals. The deep-water of Comins Lake provides habitat for fish and diving ducks. The use or possession of shells for a shotgun containing shot that is toxic or larger than standard-sized T is prohibited. The use of shotguns capable of holding more than three shells is prohibited unless it is plugged with a one piece filler, incapable of removal without disassembling the gun so its total capacity does not exceed three shells.
6426 Acres



Nevada DNR Information


NV State DNR

Address: 6980 Sierra Center Pkwy #120
Reno, NV  89511

Phone #: (775) 688-1500
Website: http://www.ndow.org/Hunt/


Nevada Hunter Safety Course


Hunter safety courses are required in most states in order to purchase a hunting license. Follow the link below to take a certified hunter safety course online for Nevada.

Nevada Hunter Safety Course