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Huntin Dave

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The goal of these emergency hunts is to reduce the density of antelope and deer herds using these ranges before the onset of winter.

NDOW will award tags to applicants that have not already received antelope or deer tags this year. There will be two separate antelope hunts held from Sept 25 – Oct 9, 2017. One hunt will have 400 total tags available for units 062, 067, 068 and the other hunt will have 300 total tags available for units 071, 073. The two antlerless deer hunts will both be in Units 062, 067, 068 with an early season of and Oct 10 – Oct 31, 2017 and a late season of Nov 6 – Nov 20, 2017. Each deer season will have 350 tags available.

Tags for these emergency hunts will be issued through the on-line application hunt system, the same system that is used for the main tag draw each spring. Applicants that have not already received antelope or deer tags this year can apply for tags at www.huntnevada.com. The application period for these emergency hunts will open Thursday (Aug. 17) and close the following Friday (Aug. 25). Results will be posted Friday, Sept. 1.


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