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Nevada State Big Game Records

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How much public land do you think sits in Nevada? The answer is 85 percent. Granted, much of it sawdust dry, but that doesn’t mean big game can’t thrive here. In recent years, pronghorn have made an appearance in the records as well as a number of Rocky Mountain goats. Believe it! Desert sheep make for a challenging hunt if you can get a tag. Plus, bighorn sheep and California bighorns live there, too. And yes, there are elk there, and a number of them are well north of the 400 mark.

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