Tuesday, 31 December 1991 17:00


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The 1992 resident hunting and license tag fees compiled by Nevada Department of Wildlife indicate that Nevada hunters are paying double the average of all Western states and Canadian provinces.

To illustrate, listed below are the Nevada fees and the average fees:

This trend will not change as long as Nevada Department of Wildlife continues in its current direction. The Department is not operating itself as a business. It fails to realize that if game numbers are increased, hunter numbers will increase, which increases revenues. It is quite apparent by the figures that the only increase the Department utilizes is an increase in license tag and application fees. Application fees will rise again in 1993, making Nevada hunters pay more than any other Western state.

The Department refuses to reduce predator numbers which will contribute to game number increas­es. It also refuses to fight against land takeaways which reduce hunt­ing access. With this present direc­tion, license fees will continue to climb and game numbers will con­tinue to decline. Nevada hunters need to organize now more than ever.

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