Help Keep Nevada Chronic Wasting Disease Free
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
In this week's Nevada Wild, Ashley Sanchez and Aaron Keller sit down with Nevada Department of Wildlife Veterinarian Nate LaHue to talk about Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), a transmissible neurological disease that is always fatal to animals in the deer family. Currently, CWD is found in 34 states and provinces but not in Nevada. Nate explains the state's efforts to prevent the disease from entering Nevada and what it means for Nevada's deer, elk, and even moose, if the disease enters the state. He also explains the different ways hunters can help, including a new program that allows hunters to sample their own harvests.
Find more information about CWD and prevention efforts in Nevada here.
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, August 11th
Angel Lake: The lake is full with most anglers fishing from the dam or in a few cleared beach areas
Wild Horse Reservoir: Wildhorse Reservoir Report
South Fork Reservoir: Best trout fishing is in the early mornings or evenings
Willow Creek Reservoir: Willow Creek Reservoir is over 90 percent full
Wilson Reservoir: Wilson Reservoir is completely full and spilling
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Jakes Creek Reservoir is maintaining a good water level