Mule Deer hunts in Nevada can vary from high elevation physically demanding hikes, to long days glassing low elevations and rolling hills. For the archery hunts in Nevada, extremely hot temperatures are to be expected that can be 100+ degrees with the slight chance of heavy rain storms. For the muzzle loader hunts, typically in the month of September, hotter temperatures can be expected with the average being high 70’s to mid 80’s. There are a few later muzzle loader hunts that can bring colder weather these are usually in the month of November. The rifle hunts being in the month of October, warmer temperatures can be expected with colder temperatures arriving every so often. It is best to check on the weather for that year for the duration of your hunt dates and plan accordingly. Crawling can be a key part of each stalk so one item often overlooked is a good pair of gloves, these always come in handy on a Nevada Mule Deer hunt. For transport of you meat back home, a good set of game bags is strongly recommended.