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Nevada Professionally Guided Mule Deer Hunts

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Season Dates:
January, August, September, October, November, December
Mule Deer
Guide Ratio:
1 on 1
Nevada, United States of America
Any Weapon, Archery, Muzzleloader, Rifle
Trip Methods:
ATV/UTV, Backpacking, Ground Blind, Hiking, Spot and Stalk, Vehicle
7 Days
Moderate Difficult
Motel, RV Camper/Trailer, Wall Tent

This outfitter has been operating in Nevada for over 30 years. They are licensed to guide all of Nevada’s big game animals, and they can build a hunt to satisfy your needs, so prices can vary from what is listed in this profile. Over the years they have been over 98% successful on their hunts, and their guides are experienced as well as very qualified.

Nevada’s high desert mule deer are in a class of their own. Nevada has great habitat and genetics producing trophy bucks every year. Nevada has some great genetics, and on good moisture years like this, it can really produce some great bucks. Southeastern Nevada is the more popular area when it comes to trophy class bucks. These units typically have lower tag numbers, great genetics, and thick enough cover for bucks to grow old.

Nevada has one of the earliest archery seasons in the West. It’s a great time to be chasing velvet bucks. Most units’ seasons start out with a month-long archery hunt that begins August 10th followed by a three-week muzzleloader season that runs into October. Several units have split rifle hunts (early and late) and two-week seasons, with some exceptions. Most of the northwest units have an extended month-long season from October 5th to November 5th to allow hunters more opportunity to harvest in units that have lower deer densities.

Nevada’s deer population, like all other states, is tied to suitable habitat. With the dry, arid climate that encompasses much of the state, it’s understandable that deer densities are not as high as other western states. Even in Nevada’s top units, mature bucks can be difficult to find, so prepare for a long hunt regardless of the trophy potential of that unit and know that a great buck can come from almost any unit in the state.

The Nevada application deadline is usually around May 10 each year, so don't wait too long to get your apps completed.

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Field Preparation of Trophies, Guide, Lodging, Meals, Trip Transportation
Airport Pickup and Dropoff, Gratuities, License, Tag(s), Trophy Shipment

Option #1

$7,000.00 7 Days 1 on 1

Option #2

$9,500.00 7 Days 1 Hunter, 2 Guides