Welcome to the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes
FISH & GAME DEPARTMENT
UPDATE ON MOUNTAIN VIEW RESERVOIR CAMPING
The Fish & Game Department is excited to announce the changes with the Mountain View Reservoir Campgrounds.
You can now book your campsite online
CAMPGROUND NAME: DUCK VALLEY INDIAN RESERVATION
** 14 Electrical Campground Sites at Sheep Creek Reservoir
** Online Fishing Permits
Request for Proposal for Hauling Gravel for the Sheep Creek Trail
Request for Proposal Camp Host for Guided Elk Hunts 2022
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 27, 2021
DUCK VALLEY INDIAN RESERVATION
RESERVOIRS WILL OPEN
When visiting the reservoirs, it is required that masks be worn and social distancing be practiced
OFFICIAL NOTICE TO OFF-RESERVATION ANGLERS & SPORTSMAN
(LINK TO VIEW MEMO FROM THE TRIBAL CHAIRMAN)
The Fish, Wildlife & Parks Department welcomes you to the Duck Valley Indian Reservation.
The Department manages three rainbow trout fisheries: Lake Billy Shaw (fly fishing), Mountain View and Sheep Creek Reservoirs. The three fisheries and a stretch of the Owyhee River are open to angling at certain times of the year. A tribal fishing permit is required in order to fish the Duck Valley waters.
The Department offers guided antelope hunts to non-tribal members from July 15 through October.
The Shoshone-Paiute Tribes operates and maintains several camping areas at Wild Horse Reservoir, located 30 miles south of the reservation boundary. Day use, overnight, weekly and monthly camping is available. The reservoir itself is managed by the Nevada Division of Wildlife, so please obtain a Nevada fishing license before dropping a line.
Fish, Wildlife & Parks Department
P.O. Box 219
Owyhee, NV 89832
Office: (208) 759-3246
Toll Free: (800) 761-9133
Fax: (208) 759-3248