We set out to create the most simplified guide to Nevada hunting seasons for 2023.
Want to find out season dates, learn about regulations and bag limits, understand license requirements, and get access helpful links?
Then you’ll love the info outlined in today’s guide. Let’s dive right in.
Nevada is the perfect state for hunting many different types of game. It's true that most of Nevada is desert, but don't forget the Sierra Nevada mountain range that runs down the western border of California! Coyote hunting is not regulated here due to the population thriving.
Big game in Nevada: Elk, mule deer, black bears, pronghorn antelope, and mountain lions.
Small game in Nevada that you don't need a license to hunt: ground squirrels, raccoons, skunks, jackrabbits.
General Season: August 10 - January 1
Fall General Season: October 2 - October 31
Spring General Season: March 26 - May 1
Pheasant: November 1 - November 30
Sage Grouse: September 25 - October 3
Crow: September 1 - November 17 and March 1 - April 15
Quail: October 9 - February 6
Rabbit: October 9 - February 28
Chukar and Hungarian Partridge: October 9 - February 6
See the map below for a breakdown of Nevada's hunting zones:
Bag limits vary by unit so please visit the official site once you know where you're hunting.
Wearing orange is not required in Nevada.
Official State Site: https://www.ndow.org