Born after January 1, 1960? Then you need to successfully complete an approved hunter safety education course before you can hunt in Nevada.
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All hunters born after January 1, 1960 must have a valid hunter education certificate in order to purchase a Nevada hunting license. There is no minimum age to take the hunter safety class or to receive the Nevada hunter education certificate.
All hunter education courses in Nevada consist of an independent study portion and a classroom course to complete training. Take the Online Hunter Safety Course now to get started.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife offers a variety of hunting licenses depending on the game you wish to hunt. License fees vary according to residency, age, and the type of license. You must have proof of hunter safety education certification when applying or purchasing a hunting license.
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Though hunter or blaze orange is not required to hunt in Nevada, the NDOW strongly recommends that all hunters wear hunter orange clothing visible from all sides when hunting.
For a more complete listing of Nevada's hunting license laws, hunting regulations, or hunter education requirements, please consult the Nevada hunting regulations, available directly from the Department of Wildlife or on their website at www.ndow.org.