2018 Big Game Application Strategy


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-25-2018
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The Nevada big game draw application period will open in less than a month, and now is the time that sportsmen need to be doing their homework to give them the best chance possible at drawing a tag. Hunters will turn into college professors inventing formulas and algorithms involving tag quotas, demand, harvest data and bonus points in an effort to get any advantage in the upcoming draw.

NDOW is offering big game tag application seminars on March 28 in Reno and Las Vegas to help hunters better their chances of drawing one of Nevada’s big game tags. You can see more information and register for the seminars here.

In this week’s Nevada Wild we sit down with big game biologists Cody Schroeder and Cody McKee, and outdoor educator Aaron Keller to talk about the seminars, the ins and outs of the application process, and tips that just might help once the application opens.

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