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We need ALL Nevada sporting families to attend a criticial meeting Saturday, April 5th, 12:00pm in the Commissioner's chambers (500 S Grand Central Pkwy)

 

Please spread the word that we are trying to get over 200 sportsman and sporting families to the last committe meeting regarding a possible shutdown of trapping in Clark County. You don't trap? Keep reading.  You hunt, fish and go outdoors- keep reading.  A devastating proposal of changing the trap visitation time to less than 96 hours is strongly being considered. This will drastically end trapping as we know it and has the potential of taking this statewide in the future. It is critical that we have members from all the groups in Southern Nevada present to voice their concerns. When the antis finish off the trappers, their appetite won't be satisfied. We are today where California was just a few decades ago. They lost trapping, then they lost hounds. Now they are in jeopardy of losing all use of hunting dogs . . . even for upland and waterfowl. They lost lead bullets. Archers are under the microscope next. If we don't dig in and fight now, we will soon have nothing worth fighting for.
 
This isn't just a coalition issue......it's a sporting families issue. Lets join together and defeat this.

 

***** Statewide Sportsman’s Alert******

 

Take a deep breath….we are being shelled on by activists that want our heritage and lore to

die. Let me say it again….Activist and law makers want our heritage and lore to die!

Our brethren trappers are fighting the battle now with very little support of the masses of

sportsmen in this state. Remember how you got that knot in your stomach when you went

to your sporting goods to buy ammo and the shelves were bare? Well the trappers are in

that boat now. It’s true they can buy all the traps they want and all the supplies to go with

it but now there is a big attempt to regulate them in a manner that they will quit trapping.

How would you feel if all of a sudden you were told you can only keep your fishing line in the

water for 5 minutes in and then 5 minutes out? Sounds ridiculous huh? Or perhaps you can

only use a .410 shotgun to hunt geese. You would get so dejected that you would probably

stop fishing or goose hunting just because of the regulations. This is exactly what’s happening

to the trappers. They are being told to go from 96 hour visitation check to 24 hour visitation

check, all with no data or criteria being presented. What does that mean to us non trappers?

Well to start with if no coyotes or bobcats are trapped then they will have free will on preying

on our deer, antelope, sheep, upland game population etc. If you think our game animal

population is below your expectations then this will only make it worse. This is the same

rationale as lowering a magazine capacity in hope of curtailing gun violence. I know the people

reading this are smart enough to see the future if this passes. I for one would rather fight the

regulation than hope that someone in the future will change it back. We need to have over

200 sportsman show up in Las Vegas on April 5 to tell the commission to keep the regulation

as it is now…after all it has served us all well for over forty years.

What’s next???? Outlawing having coyote calling events, not being able to use dogs for

hunting or perhaps not being able to use a bow? Now ask yourself…..at what point do I need

to start taking a stand?

 

See you April 5th in Las Vegas 12 noon in the commissioners’ chambers at 500 Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas Nevada

Save the Date! For the NSU (Nevada Sportsmen's Unlimited) banquet to be held at 5:30pm on January 25, 2014 at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino

 

NSU Banquet Tickets

                        Early   or        at the door

Single:             $50.00 or $60.00 at the door

Couple:           $80.00 or $100.00 at the door

Kid:                 $25.00 or $35.00 at the door

Table:             $550.00 or $650.00 at the door

Early Package Tickets

All package tickets get enter into early package drawing

Single:             $70.00 (a $90 value)

            1 Ticket, $40.00 in Raffle Tickets

Couple:           $120.00 (a $ 140 value)

2 Tickets & $60.00 in Raffle Tickets

Table:             $650.00 (a $750 value + wine)

            10 Tickets $200.00 in Raffle Tickets, Table Raffle Ticket, Bottle of Wine

Corporate Sponsor:  $300.00 in Cash or $500.00 merchandise

            2 Tickets Banquet Recognition

Attachments:
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Fun shoot this Saturday at the Clark County Complex this Saturday the 27th.

  • Club opens at 7:00, Score cards must be turned in at 11:00.
  • Burgers provided on the grill after shooting.
  • Weather is supposed to be cloudy and cooler.
  • Pass along to your shooting pals.

Clark County Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife

                       

Paul Dixon, Chairman

Michael J. Reese, Vice Chairman

Ryan Anderson

Brian Patterson

Jacky Holt

John Sullivan

Mike Pergola

 

Meeting Agenda

Saturday July 27, 2013

 

Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm

 

Meeting Location:

Overton Community Center

320 North Moapa Valley Blvd.

Overton, NV 89040

The SCI, Desert Chapter is having an event, tomorrow, Friday, July 26th.

GET TOGETHER

Tomorrow, FRIDAY, JULY 26th 

6:00pm at WILD WEST GUNS 5225 WYNN AVE

COST: $10.00 (INCLUDES DINNER & DRINKS)

RSVP: MARIAN HINEBAUCH 702-419-6516

DOOR PRIZES, RAFFLES, AND MUCH MORE!!!!!!

An Evening with Nevada's Wildlife Director, Tony Wasley:

2nd annual presentaion for Southern Nevada Sportsmen and women.

Come and join us, Thursday August 15th 6pm in the banquet room of Arizona Charlie's. Its free admission and please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Youth Archery Shoot at Sportsmans Warehouse June 29th

Come learn to shoot a bow and arrow with certified instructors from Nevada Department of Wildlife, Sportsman's Warehouse and the Clark County Shooting Park.  Saturday, June 29th from 9am-3pm.

Attachments:
Download this file (youth shoot 6-29-2013.pdf)youth shoot 6-29-2013.pdf848 Kb

NVFAC wants you to be aware of two major pro firearms events in Clark County for the Fourth of July

Gun Rights Rally:

10:00 am.

Mandalay Bay Parking Lot, march to “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign.

Bring water, sun screen, hat, sun block, camera and a sign that shows your support for your gun rights. Several groups involved including Las Vegas Tea Party.

Firearms Training Event and Competition:

5 to 9 pm

Clark County Shooting Complex, Education Center

Hosted by ADAPT Academy, New Frontier Armory, Women of High Caliber, and NVFAC.

Attachments:
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Please see the attached agenda for the Clark County Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife meeting agenda.  The meeting will be held this Tuesday 5:30pm at 4747 Vegas Drive Department of Forestry Building, Conference Room. 

Attachments:
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