Wildlife Management Agency, 1100 Valley Road, Reno Nevada 89520
Over 90 percent of Nevada's 110,000 square miles are publicly owned, with over 80 percent of ownership divided between the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Department of Defense and Department of Energy. Approximately 25 percent of Nevada is closed to the public for military ranges and areas sensitive to national security. Access to some popular public hunting areas may be blocked by private ranches and landholdings.
Permission to cross private land is required and some landowners may even charge access fees. Nevada is the driest state in the union, and with the highest number of mountain ranges of any state, it provides some of the most remote, stark and beautiful desert hunting. Treestand hunting is virtually unheard of in Nevada. And, getting to and from your Nevada hunting spot will require off-road travel, and maybe even horse-packing or backpacking.
Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Carson City) Adventure Sports
(Tahoe City) Alpine Meadows Ski Resort
(Reno) Big Game Hunting
(Carson City) Carson Nugget Gold Display
(Incline Village) Diamond Peak
(Graeagle) Graeagle Stables
Request a Free copy of the Mile-by-Mile Guide to the Oregon Coast, which will be delivered to your USA postal address. Also request a free first issue of Oregon Coast magazine and sign up for coast deals.
01/23 Coming to The Reno area
Arden Fair Sacramento CA March30-April18 Open the doors to Arden Fair and step inside. Here you'll find contemporary fashions, jewelry, accessories and brand name merchandise at over 165 specialty stores, plus Nordstrom's, Macy's, Sears, and JC Penney. Arden Fair also has a number of terrific restaurants, everything from fast food to fine dining. And it's completely enclosed, so it's always a comfortable 70 degrees inside no matter what it's like outside.
California Exposition & State Fair Sacramento CA June12-28 The Cal Expo is the site of the California State Fair. All year Satellite Wagering, Waterworld USA, Paradise Island Fun Center and an RV Park are just a few of the features of the Cal Expo.The first State Fair was held in 1854 in San Francisco at the old Music Hall. The fair offered premiums (prizes) for its competitions and included such agricultural exhibits such as 2-inch-long peanuts, 72-pound beets and a 10-pound carrot that was longer than 3 feet. Horseracing was part of that first fair and has continued to be a part of the fair ever since.
The Rio Vista Bass Derby Festival Rio Vista CA October11-13 Rio Vista is proud to host the oldest fishing derby on the West Coast. The festival is a three-day derby for bass, catfish and sturgeon. The festival also boasts music, food and fun for fishermen and non-fishing children and adults as well. The events include a carnival, live music and dancing, classic car show, a pancake breakfast, parade and BBQ. A large fireworks display is also featured on Saturday night.