Nevada Magazine Features Wild Game Cooking!
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Nevada Magazine's Spring 2021 issue featuring an article on wild-game cooking was just released! The magazine teamed up with Nevada Foodies Wild Game Cuisine to bring an awesome perspective on harvesting; preparing; and cooking clean, organic game meat. They even included a recipe or two.
In this week's Nevada Wild, Aaron Keller and Ashley Sanchez are joined by Nevada Magazine's Executive Editor Megg Mueller, former Nevada Magazine Associate Editor, now NDOW Publication Coordinator Eric Cachinero, and Nevada Foodies Kristy Crabtree! The group talks about the article, how the magazine decided to feature this topic, how Kristy feels to have her cooking highlighted in the magazine, recipes, and more!
Interested in trying out some recipes? Check out NDOW's recent virtual cooking demonstration featuring Kristy here.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, March 26th
Bilk Creek Reservoir: Fishing Has Been Fair With The Ice Melting
Blue Lakes: Opens For The Season on June 12th
Carson River: Conditions Should Remain Good Through Spring
Chimney Dam Reservoir: Fishing Should Be Getting Better Towards The End of April
East Walker River (NV): Flows Will Play A Big Part on How Well The River Fishes Over The Next Month
Knott Creek Reservoir: Closed Until June 12th
Lahontan Reservoir: Fishing is Just Starting to Pick Up
Lake Tahoe: Cold Temps Are Helping To Bring The Fish Up
Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area: Hinkson Slough is Fishing Very Well
Onion Valley Reservoir: Fishing is Expected to be Excellent This Season
Rye Patch Reservoir: Fishing Should Start to Pick up in April
Spooner Lake: As The Ice Melts Off Fishing Should Pick Up
Squaw Creek Reservoir: Fishing Has Imporved Over The Year
Topaz Lake: Topaz is Still Fishing Very Well
Truckee River: River is in Excellent Condition & Fishing Great
Wall Canyon Reservoir: Good Reports Back From Wall Canyon This Spring
• NDOW Western Fishing Report
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, March 24th
Lake Mead: Pre-spawning black bass are starting to show up
Lake Mohave: Anglers Having The Most Success With Soft Plastics
Colorado River - Laughlin: Black Bass Action Continues To Improve
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Angler Activity Has Been Limited
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Eagle Valley Reservoir Report
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Shorelines Are Open But Muddy
• NDOW Southern Fishing Report