Nevada Hunts and Deer Leases

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There are more than 53 million acres of hunting land in Nevada which provide diverse opportunities for the people who are fond of hunting. Every year more than 250,000 licensed hunters visit the hunting lands in this state. The hunting lands available here include public hunting lands, private hunting lands, and hunting ranches.  There is a vast variety of animals for hunting in this state ranges from native creatures to exotics. The famous animals available for hunting include White-tailed Deer, Mule Deer, Pronghorn, Javelina, and Alligators. Hunter can bring their dogs on hunting lands to hunt rabbits, hares, game birds (other than turkey), squirrel furbearing animals, and predatory animals on most units. Additionally, weather conditions of Nevada indicate that this region is mostly under the cover of sunshine so the hunters can schedule their hunting trips at any time of the year. Moreover, most of the hunting lands in Nevada are secured with gates and fences which makes them an ideal place for hunters to hunt. There are less public hunting lands in Nevada than other states and most of the lands are under the possession of private owners that are given on lease.

Hunting Land for Lease in Nevada:

In Nevada public hunting lands are those which are under the possession of Nevada Department of Wildlife or are leased from various corporations and agencies. In order to hunt on any hunting land the minimum person age is 17 & a valid permit and license are also compulsory. Hunters can find the location of any hunting land through a hunting map book. Some lands need prior registration for hunting that can be done online and some require on-site registration. As these lands are not open to public so the hunters do not face crowd while hunting. Hunting from vehicle is not allowed in hunting leases. The use of motor vehicles is only allowed for the people with disabilities. Moreover, hunters can bring their pets on hunting lands but they must possess a slip of their recent vaccination. There are designated areas for camping on hunting leases and camping for more than 21 consecutive days in any 30-day period is prohibited. Luxurious restrooms are also available for hunters to stay. Additionally, hunters are not allowed to bring any kind of alcoholic drinks and drugs on hunting leases.  Lastly, activities that can be done on these lands other than hunting include fishing, trapping, hiking, skiing and horseback riding.

Hunting Lands by Private Owners in Nevada:

This state is well known for its beautiful beaches and tropical weather, but its hunting is noteworthy, too! Black-tailed deer, sheep, and mouflon are popular game hunts. Nevada is also home to feral hogs and feral goats. As a chain of islands filled with preserves and game management areas, Nevada’s hunting regulations vary by region, called units. All these units are managed by Nevada Division of Forestry and Wildlife. Furthermore, Feral Pigs, Feral Goats, Mouflon Sheep, Axis Deer, and Wild Sheep can be hunt throughout the year. The only thing required to hunt these animals is a valid hunting license and a valid hunting permit of specific private or public hunting land. Moreover, weather of this state is warm throughout the year which makes this state a great place for hunters to hunt. Every year more than 1,000 nonresident hunters visit this state to hunt big animals and private land owners earn a lot from them. Additionally, more than $2.2 million are earned every year by the hunting activities in this state out of which $1.5 million is earned by selling the hunting equipment and $0.7 million is earned by giving the lands on lease. Lastly, there are designated areas in Nevada hunting leases for the people who are physically challenged.