Carter Doren, a junior at Green Valley High School, became a national champion Oct. 3 by winning the Big Bass Zone Junior Championship at Lake Pend Oreille in Idaho.
Freelance writer Doug Nielsen is a conservation educator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife. His “In the Outdoors” column, published Thursday in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, is not affiliated with or endorsed by the NDOW. Any opinions he states in his column are his own.
When it comes to upland game birds, the chukar partridge has long been the bird of choice for Nevada’s wing shooters, but Gambel’s quail are not far behind.
About six months after being postponed, the TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Nation Western Regional bass tournament is underway at Lake Mead.
As good as it is now, digital mapping may get even better, especially for outdoor enthusiasts looking to access public lands, if a pair of bills get the nod from Congress.
If bird numbers follow a pattern similar to the past two years, hunters should expect to have plenty of targets.
If you would like to take advantage of Arizona’s spring hunting seasons, the time is now to shift your focus,
Mother Nature has a way of periodically reminding us of just how dangerous an outdoor adventure can be.
Nevada’s archery hunting seasons for big game are well underway, and that means firearm seasons are just around the corner.
The bite might be subtle and hard to feel or it might be with enough ferocity to make one’s heart skip a beat.
While we tend to focus on the winds and heavy rains associated with these summer thunderstorms, often overlooked is the threat of lightning.
Four weeks. That is all that stands between wing shooters and opening day of the 2020 mourning dove hunting season, which gets underway Tuesday,
Keeping game meat cool, clean and dry will make a big difference in the quality of the final product when you serve it up on the dinner table.
The Best of Show Award went to a product that reflects the continued growth in the sport of kayak fishing.
Industry estimates are that some 8 million anglers will cast a line for the first time this year, according to the chairman of the American Sportfishing Association.
As of July 1, owners of any motorized boat that is not registered in Utah will have to pay a $20 fee before using that boat on any Utah waterway.