NDOW Outdoors Update

NDOW Elko Conservation Educator Joe Doucette discussed boating, fishing and big game hunting tags as well as volunteer projects to rehabilitate fire-damaged landscape and restore water guzzlers. Spring moisture has muddied roads and waters are swift-running. Use care in the back country. Find info online at ndow.org.

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