Feb. 6-7: NDOW Commission meets at the Reno NDOW office the set Big Game Season recommendations for 2009-2010. The public is invited to attend and provide input. Contact 775 688-1500 for more information.
Feb. 8: Truckee River Flyfishers Fishout at Squaw Reservoir north of Gerlach: Anglers will meet at Brunos in Gerlach for breakfast at 8:00. Contact Bill Lampson at 345-1944 for more information.
Feb. 12: Bobcat tagging scheduled for the Fallon NDOW office. Contact 423-4088.
Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day-kiss your mate before you load your poles into the truck. Mason Valley Wildlife Management area and Fort Churchill Cooling Ponds open to fishing. See ndow.org for specific regulations on each different water.
Feb. 17: Tag application deadline for Spring Turkey for Churchill and Lyon counties. See http://www.huntnevada.com/webapps/index.asp
Feb. 18: High Sierra Fly Casters General Meeting: 6:30 p.m. at the Carson Valley Methodist Church, 1375 Centerville Lane in Gardnerville. See http://hsfc.us/ for more information.
Feb. 19: Carson Fly Fishing Club Tier’s Cabin at Dave Conklin’s, 7 p.m. Tying flies for Hinkson Slough. Contact Conklin, 885-9974, for more information.
Feb. 21: Carson Fly Fishing Club Fishout at Hinkson Slough. Slough plus BBQ at 12 p.m. Contact Dave Conklin, 885-9974, for more information.
Feb. 25: Truckee River Flyfishers General Meeting at NDOW Office, 1100 Valley Road, Reno at 6:30 p.m. This month’s meeting will focus on winterizing and maintaining your fly fishing gear for the upcoming season. Contact Bill Lampson at 345-1944
– Carson Fly Fishing Club Board meeting at the Pizza Factory on Hwy 50, 7 p.m. Contact Dave Conklin, 885-9974, for more information.
Feb. 27-28: Fallon Fur Sale: contact 775 423-4088 for more information.
Feb. 28: Rabbit and Bobcat seasons close.
– National Wild Turkey Federation-Silver Sage Fundraising Banquet:will be held at the Reno Elks Lodge BPO #597 on 597 Kumle Lane. Contact Rhonda Keife at 775-849-2444 for more information
March 1: Get you new Nevada Hunting and Fishing licenses as the license year begins.
” Compiled by Mike Sevon
Secret Witness turns 40 this year – and it’s helped solve many of Northern Nevada’s most violent crimes
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