Webless Migratory Bird and Grouse Hunting
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Upland Game hunters... it's that time of year! September 1 is the opener for dove, ruffed grouse, blue grouse, Himalayan snowcock and crow. On top of that, many more upland game seasons are approaching!
In this week's Nevada's Wild, Ashley Sanchez and Aaron Keller sit down with NDOW Upland Game Staff Specialist Shawn Espinosa and Migratory Game Bird Staff Specialist Russell Woolstenhulme to talk about the upcoming upland game seasons, the best places for hunters to have success, and more!
Nevada Wild runs on 99.1 FM Talk in northern Nevada at 6 a.m. every Sunday morning. 99.1 FM Talk also streams Nevada Wild live online.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, August 25th
Lake Mead: Striper boils continue to occur across the Boulder Basin and in the Overton Arm
Lake Mohave: Black bass and striped bass action is slow
Colorado River - Laughlin: River anglers are enjoying an increase in striper activity
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Fishing remains best at sunrise and sunset for sunfish and bass
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Anglers are finding the best action at sunrise and sunset
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Anglers have been catching 10- to 12-inch rainbow trout in the early mornings
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Some areas are becoming more fishable as the weeds start to dissipate
• NDOW Southern Fishing Report
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