Nov
12
Tue
Las Cruces Classroom Workshop and Fishing Clinic
Nov 12 – Nov 13 all-day

This event is sponsored by Las Cruces Public Schools. The classroom workshop will begin with a game called “Who’s responsible for the fish?”. This will be followed with a lesson on hook safety, knots and equipment assembly. The fishing clinic will be held at Alumni Pond on NMSU campus. The clinic will begin with a review on hook safety and knots followed by casting and baits. The students will practice catch and release; however, two fish will be kept and used for a fish dissection lesson. This event is closed to the public.

Contact organizer for time and location.

 

Nov
14
Thu
Las Cruces Classroom Workshop and Fishing Clinic
Nov 14 – Nov 16 all-day

This event is sponsored by Las Cruces Public Schools. This event for special needs students in the Las Cruces public school system. The first two days are scheduled for the students and caregivers while the third day is for the students and their families. Historically, we have seen over 150 students during the first two days. The teachers have been working with the students since the beginning of the school year on casting, etc., so our goal for this event is to simply get the kids fishing and catch fish. This event is closed to the public.

Contact organizer for time and location.

 

Nov
15
Fri
Hunter Education Course Schedule
Nov 15 2019 – Mar 8 2020 all-day

Check the Hunter Education Course Schedule for new & updated class dates for Hunter Education, Field Day/Live Fire, and Bowhunter Education.  We also offer online course options for New Mexico residents 11 years of age or older.

Nov
18
Mon
Rio Rancho Public Schools Fishing Workshop and Clinic
Nov 18 – Nov 22 all-day

This event is sponsored by Rio Rancho Public Schools. Classroom workshops will be conducted on Monday and Wednesday with fishing clinics on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The classroom workshops will begin with a game called “Who’s responsible for the fish?”. This will be followed with a lesson on hook safety, knots and equipment assembly. The fishing clinic will be held at Tingley Beach. The clinic will begin with a review on hook safety and knots followed by casting and baits. Students will practice catch and release; however, two fish will be kept and used for a fish dissection lesson. This event is closed to the public.

Contact organizer for time and location.

Nov
21
Thu
State Game Commission Public Meeting: Roswell @ NMDGF Office
Nov 21 @ 9:00 am

Visit Commission Meetings & Agendas for more information.

Nov
23
Sat
Albuquerque Fishing Clinic
Nov 23 all-day

This event is sponsored by the Albuquerque Girl Scouts. We will begin the clinic learning about the different types of fishing gear followed by hook safety, knots, casting and baits. The scouts will spend the rest of the day fishing with their families. This event is closed to the public.

Contact organizer for time and location.

 

Hunter Education Instructor Training Workshop @ Navajo Lake State Park - Navajo Dam NM
Nov 23 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

This workshop is required to become a certified hunter education instructor and will certify you to teach both the Standard and the Field Day Hunter Education student courses. This workshop will also provide the NM Hunter Education certification to new instructors who need a required NM hunter education number.

Create a Customer Identification Account (CIN) with the Department. Fill out a volunteer application at https://new-mexico.volunteers.kalkomey.com/ Once the application is approved, signup through your CIN account.

Dec
11
Wed
Off-Highway Vehicle Advisory Board Meeting @ NMDGF
Dec 11 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Off-Highway Vehicle Advisory Board will meet in public session to hear the following: OHV budget update, general program update, OHV education update, OHV law enforcement update and to establish dates for the next advisory board meeting. The Department’s Off-Highway Vehicle Program has an annual budget funded by revenue generated from the Trail Safety Fund. The OHV Act required the creation of the Trail Safety Fund, which generates revenue from OHV registrations fees. The OHV Advisory Board was established to advise the Department of Game and Fish on matters related to administration of the OHV Act. The board consists of seven members appointed by the governor to two-year terms.

No registration is required; if attending the meeting please arrive before 5:30 P.M.