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These mountains are beautiful. Even if you are not expecting to score a trophy, you never know when you might "run" into one here. If you draw a tag here in 2000 be sure to spend alot of time pre- hunting. Bring your family, friends, fishing pole, and camera. If you have the time, White Pine County can keep you busy ALL summer.


**New* Click on animal names and area number to view Hunter Information Sheet, if available, provided by Nevada Division of Wildlife. (Requires Adobe Acrobat.)

Photo of Steve Roberts Bull Elk taken by "Battle Mtn Jerry" in 1998. This Bull made Nevada book!

MULE DEER: Units 111, 112, 113 and units 114, 115. This is one of the best areas to draw. The opportunities are phenomenal! Be sure to check the regulations for dates and boundaries for your hunt before your first scouting trip.

ANTELOPE: Units 111-114 and Unit 115 combined with Unit 231 &242 Be sure to check the NDOW 2006 regulations for how the units are split and exact hunting boundaries. If you have any information or stories please send word, we will post for other adventurers.

ELK: These are THE prime ELK units in all of Nevada. Be sure to review the boundaries before your first trip. This is another all summer adventure. You will enjoy spending many, many days scouting these areas. If you have been able to draw one of these hunts, ever, let us know how you did!

MOUNTAIN LION: View Lion PDF File here.

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