Wetlands Hunting Program - is full for this season. Applications are no longer being accepted. 

The IVGID Wetlands Waterfowl Hunting Program resides on our 900 acre wetlands effluent disposal facility. The area is located at 3050 Vicky Avenue in Minden, Nevada. The program follows the Nevada Department of Wildlife regulations for the hunting of waterfowl. The program is operated through the IVGID Utility Department in conjunction with the IVGID Parks & Recreation Department accepting and verifying memberships and collecting fees.

To sign up for (or inquire further about) a Hunting Membership, please stop by the Parks & Recreation Counter at the Incline Village Recreation Center, or call 775-832-1310.

 2021/2022 TENTATIVE WATERFOWL SEASON      

OPENING JUNIOR HUNT DAY:

September 25, 2021    Juniors only

OPENING DAY -  REGULAR HUNT

October 9, 2021    All members      
Hunting days: ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AND SUNDAY AFTERNOONS

2021 Information: 

Click here for list of Important dates

Please read before applying

Hunting Program Informational Packet

2021 - 2022 Application

2021 - 2022 Waiver

Hunting Program Regulations

Violation Point System

Review NDOW hunting regulation booklets for accuracy.

IVGID is not responsible for changes in dates

Hunting is observed on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. The area is open for spot checks by the Department of Wildlife enforcement at any time. Registration for the season membership is held beginning in July for the following season. A maximum of 70 memberships are accepted per season, and applications are accepted until the program reaches capacity. The IVGID Recreation Pass holder is charged one-third the rate of a person that does not possess a Recreation ID. Full time, year round employees may hunt free of charge on a space available basis or may purchase a membership to obtain all membership rights to the program. The site is manned daily by a hunting supervisor to conduct the program. The District guarantees only the warm water area to be full of water at any time during the season, but will do its best to accommodate the hunters without putting itself at risk of not handling winter storage volumes. The program is operated through the IVGID Utility Department in conjunction with the IVGID Parks & Recreation Department  accepting and verifying memberships and collecting fees.