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Cabela's Reno, Nevada Retail Store is located along I-80 near the California border. The 125,000 square-foot retail showroom is an educational and entertainment attraction, featuring a décor of museum-quality animal displays, huge aquariums and trophy animals interacting in realistic re-creations of their natural habitats.

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Date Opened: 11/2007

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8650 Boomtown Road
Verdi, NV 89439

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Phone: (775) 829-4100
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UDAP Bear and Pepper Sprays Saturday, April 26 1:30pm Conservation Mountain
Join Hunting Manager Mike Aiazzi for this informative seminar on bear and pepper sprays. Find out how the size of cannisters determines the spray length and how these should be used if you encounter a bear or how to use as a self-defense weapon.
USCGA Boating Safety Class Saturday, April 26 8:30am-4:30pm Conference Room
Learn about boating safety and "rules of the road" whether boating on lakes, rivers or open water. Proper safety equipment, life vest fitting, selection and operation and having a first aid kit on board will be covered as well as how to conduct a boat check for safe operation before launching, checking current weather conditions and much more will be discussed. This all-day class is taught by volunteers from the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary (USCGA), Reno Flotilla. Class fee is $20 payable day of the class. For more information or to register, call 852-5557.
Safes: How to Properly Store Firearms Saturday-Sunday, April 26-27 2:00pm Hunting
Safes are a great way to protect and secure your firearms - and other valuables. Check out our selection of safes in a variety of sizes and price ranges to protect your firearms and your other valuables.
Techniques for Trout at Pyramid Lake Saturday-Sunday, April 26-27 1:30pm Fishing
Learn some tips on how to rig your rod and reel for catching trout at Pyramid Lake. This acclaimed lake in Northern Nevada is one of the best trout fisheries in the country and we can help you be successful.
Spring Boy Scout Challenge Saturday, May 3rd See Details for Schedule Outside in front of the store
Cabela's semi-annual Boy Scout Challenge takes place each fall and spring with a series of free and team-based activities using scout knowledge and skills. All events are timed or scored.  Team awards are presented during a complimentary hot dog lunch with Cabela's camping gear to the top three teams. Each participant will receive a badge, Cabela's coupon and complimentary lunch. Volunteers are also needed to help manage the activities.

Please RSVP by April 29 with the number of scouts and leaders attending.

E-mail Jamie Klund at james.klund@cabelas.com, with any questions, suggestions or to volunteer for the event.  You can also call (775) 829-4128.

Times:
Check-in: 8:30am
Chalenge: 9:00am - 12:30pm
Family Great Outdoor Days Saturday and Sunday, May 3rd-4th 10:00am to 4:00pm Throughout the store
All things family outdoor related including camping and hiking tips, fishing, kayaking, archery and more will be discussed in a series of free and short seminars throughout the store in their respective departments. It's also our outdoor adventure day with a variety of interactive displays, seminars and hands-on activities for kids in conjunction with the United States Sportsmen's Alliance and their group of experienced outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen volunteers.



SATURDAY, MAY 3rd

Kayak Safety and Equipment Selection
10:00am in our Marine Department
Find out about kayaks and kayaking along with proper equipment selection and use from our marine outfitter. From open water kayaks to kayaks designed specifically for fishing, we can show you the features and benefits and get you out on the water in no time.
Fly Fishing University – Beginning Fly Fishing and Casting
10:00am in our Conference Room
Join our Federation of Fly Fishers-trained outfitter in our conference room for this two-hour class on beginning fly fishing and fly casting. The first half of the class covers equipment including rods, reels, line, leaders and tippets to basic entomology so you can match the hatch to the catch, basic knot tying and more. Once you have the classroom basics down, the second half is outdoors with expert hands-on casting technique as we let you use our equipment to learn how to properly fly cast. Space is limited so call the fly shop to pre-register at (775) 829-4100, ext. 8301.
4-H Shooting Trailer – Firearm Safety, Then Test Your Skill with Air Rifles
10:00am - 4:00pm Outside Front
Join the 4-H shooting mentors for some firearm safety and then test your skill with their air rifles in the enclosed trailer range.
Archery Safety and Practice at our Outdoor Range
12:00pm - 4:00pm Outside West Pad
Join our archery outfitters and pro staff from various archery and outdoor vendors as you learn basic archery safety and tips for shooting a compound bow and arrow.
Metal Detecting for Fun and Profit
11:00am Outside West
Find out from the local experts, the Reno Prospecting and Detecting Club, how fun and profitable searching for coins and other treasures can be with a good metal detector. They'll go over equipment choices, where to go and how to get involved in their club or take up this hobby on your own.
Leave No Trace – Camping and Backcountry Etiquette
11:00am in our Conference Room 2
Join Jaime Souza with Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful for some tips on reducing your carbon footprint and protecting our natural resources following Leave No Trace principles while camping, hiking or getting away in the backcountry.
Geocache Tips
12:30pm Conservation Mountain
Step up your game with advanced features on GPS units and smart phones as you play the high tech version of a scavenger hunt called geocache. Find out how to collect "caches" with the help of Cabela's hunting/archery manager Mike Aiazzi in this hands-on seminar.
Gold Panning Tips and Good Land Stewardship
1:00pm Outside West Pad
Join the Northern Nevada chapter of the Gold Prospector’s Association of America as they show you how to pan for gold, the equipment needed, how you go about picking up this hobby, what their organization does and how to be a good land steward in the process.
Take the Gore-Tex Challenge
1:00pm in our Men’s Clothing
Feel for yourself how dry you'll be wearing Gore-Tex clothing. This product is the best in the industry and the hats, jackets and pants as well as boots and shoes can keep you dry and comfortable no matter how wet the conditions you are in.
Backpacks and Hydration Packs
1:30pm in our Camping Department
Backpacks and hydration packs come in a variety of sizes featuring water-resistant, lightweight materials so you can hike all day. Let us help you select the one right for you.
Sporting Dog Training Tips and Nutrition
2:00pm Outside Front
Find out about how to have your sporting dog eat and hydrate effectively with these product and helpful tips from SportDog pro staffer and area dog trainer Gregg Tanner.
Fly Casting
2:00-4:00pm Outside Front
Learn how to cast a fly rod and line with our volunteers from the United States Sportsmen's Association during our Trailblazer Day, all part of Family Great Outdoor Days. We have the equipment you can borrow and we will give expert instruction from our volunteer instructors.



SUNDAY, MAY 4TH
 
Kayak Safety and Equipment Selection
11:00am in our Marine Department
Find out about kayaks and kayaking along with proper equipment selection and use from our marine outfitter. From open water kayaks to kayaks designed specifically for fishing, we can show you the features and benefits and get you out on the water in no time.
Metal Detecting for Fun and Profit
11:00am Outside West
Find out from the local experts, the Reno Prospecting and Detecting Club, how fun and profitable searching for coins and other treasures can be with a good metal detector. They'll go over equipment choices, where to go and how to get involved in their club or take up this hobby on your own.
Gold Panning Tips and Good Land Stewardship
12:30pm in our Camping Department
Join the Northern Nevada chapter of the Gold Prospector’s Association of America as they show you how to pan for gold, the equipment needed, how you go about picking up this hobby, what their organization does and how to be a good land steward in the process.
Take the Gore-Tex Challenge
1:00pm in our Men’s Clothing
Feel for yourself how dry you'll be wearing Gore-Tex clothing. This product is the best in the industry and the hats, jackets and pants as well as boots and shoes can keep you dry and comfortable no matter how wet the conditions you are in.
Backpacks and Hydration Packs
1:30pm in our Camping Department
Backpacks and hydration packs come in a variety of sizes and water-resistant, lightweight materials so you can hike all day. Let us help you select the one right for you.
Beginning Fly Tying Monday, May 5th 7:00pm Conference Room
Learn to tie flies for fly fishing from our expert fly shop outfitter, Ken Thormahlen. This class is designed for beginners, and will teach you how to tie a specific fly each month. All the tools and materials plus expert instruction are provided. The class is offered twice a month, the first and third Monday of the month at 7:00pm (except September when just the third Monday class is offered due to Labor Day the first Monday). This month's fly is a Damsel Nymph. Call the fly shop to reserve your spot since space is limited, 829-4100, ext. 8301.
Ladies' Intro to Handguns Wednesday, May 7th 6:30pm Conference Room
Learn about basic gun safety, the difference in revolvers and semi-automatic pistols, various calibers and ammunition available, overview of CCW laws, and basic stance and grip. All classes will be held in the conference room just past the deli and be taught by Vicki Kawelmacher and her staff from the Women's Shooting Academy. Classes are the first Wednesday of the month May-October at 6:30pm, after which time they switch to the first Saturday of the month at 10:00am during November-April. Call the store (775) at 829-4128 with questions. No RSVP needed.
Get the Right Choke Tube Setting Saturday, May 10th 1:00pm Hunting
Find out which choke tube is right for the kind of hunting you have planned. We can help you pick the right one so you can be successful in your next hunting trip. 
Spotting Scope Challenge Saturday, May 10th 9:00-11:00am Outside Front
Our knowledgeable optics outfitter can show you the differences in spotting scopes in a side-by-side comparison so you can see the differences in features and quality and then choose which one is right for you and your budget.
Techniques for Trout at Eagle Lake Saturday, May 10th 1:30pm Fishing
Eagle Lake is one of the Sierra’s best trout lakes and we can show how to rig your rod and reel and what works at this high mountain body of water. 
Cabela's Guide Wear Sunday, May 11th 1:00pm Men's Clothing
Cabela's brand Guide Wear is rugged, high-quality performance gear that will standup to whatever conditions and use you have planned. From icy-cold conditions to rainy and windy weather and more, we have something for all conditions. 
Get the Right Choke Tube Setting Sunday, May 11th 1:00pm Hunting
Find out which choke tube is right for the kind of hunting you have planned. We can help you pick the right one so you can be successful in your next hunting trip. 
Safe Knife Handling and Sharpening Sunday, May 11th 11:00am Optics Counter
Our knowledgeable optics outfitter can show you the proper way to sharpen a knife so your cutting chores are safe and efficient. 
Safe Boating Weekend Saturday and Sunday, May 17th-18th 10:00am to 5:00pm Throughout the store
Find out about safe boating, the importance of wearing a life vest and more in this pre-Memorial Day celebration of aquatic activities at Cabela’s.



SATURDAY, MAY 17TH

Fly Fishing University – Beginning Fly Fishing and Casting
10:00am in our Conference Room
Join our Federation of Fly Fishers-trained outfitter in our conference room for this two-hour class on beginning fly fishing and fly casting. The first half of the class covers equipment including rods, reels, line, leaders and tippets to basic entomology so you can match the hatch to the catch, basic knot tying and more. Once you have the classroom basics down, the second half is outdoors with expert hands-on casting technique as we let you use our equipment to learn how to properly fly cast. Space is limited so call the fly shop to pre-register at (775) 829-4100, ext. 8301.
Importance of Life Vests
10:00amto5:00pm in our Fishing Department
Join Fred Messmann with the National Safe Boating Council to learn about the importance of wearing a life vest or personal flotation device whenever you are in or around the water. He'll go over the various styles and which one is best for your aquatic activity.
Find Footwear for Your Aquatic Activity
11:00am in our Footwear Department
Find out about water shoes for rafting, canoeing and kayaking, waders and wading boots for fishing and the right socks depending on your planned activity and the type of water and temperature you’ll be exposed to.
Downriggers and Depth Finders
11:30am in our Marine Department
Trolling is an effective way to catch fish but you need downriggers and sonar or depth finders to reach and then find the fish. We'll give you some tips on how to troll and which downriggers and sonar devices you'll need depending on where you plan to fish and what kind of fish you're looking for.
Tents: Your Home Away From Home
12:00pm in our Camping Department
Tents have come a long way in materials in the last few years - they are water and wind resistant, sturdy yet lightweight and so easy to setup. See what's new in tents and make your selection based on the kind of camping you have planned and the number of campers in your party.
Guide Wear and XPG Shirts and Pants
1:00pm in our Men’s clothing
Cabela’s own Guide Wear is a high-tech line of performance gear and our newly-updated XPG line is our extreme performance gear that will stand up to any conditions and any competitor’s gear.
Boater Safety Overview
1:30pm in our Marine Department
Let the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary give you a brief overview of their all-day class on boater safety. They schedule three of those classes at the store, one each in April, June and August, so check-out the next class and make arrangements to attend. You can also sign-up for a free vessel safety check by them.


SUNDAY, MAY 18TH

Importance of Life Vests
10:00am-3:00pm in our Fishing Department
Join Fred Messmann with the National Safe Boating Council to learn about the importance of wearing a life vest or personal flotation device whenever you are in or around the water. He'll go over the various styles and which one is best for your aquatic activity.
Find Footwear for Your Aquatic Activity
11:00am in our Footwear Department
Find out about water shoes for rafting, canoeing and kayaking, waders and wading boots for fishing and the right socks depending on your planned activity and the type of water and temperature you’ll be exposed to.
Downriggers and Depth finders
11:30am in our Marine Department
Trolling is an effective way to catch fish but you need downriggers and sonar or depth finders to reach and then find the fish. We'll give you some tips on how to troll and which downriggers and sonar devices you'll need depending on where you plan to fish and what kind of fish you're looking for.
Tents: Your Home Away From Home
12:00pm in our Camping Department
Tents have come a long way in materials in the last few years - they are water and wind resistant, sturdy yet lightweight and so easy to setup. See what's new in tents and make your selection based on the kind of camping you have planned and the number of campers in your party.
Guide Wear and XPG Shirts and Pants
1:00pm in our Men’s clothing
Cabela’s own Guide Wear is a high-tech line of performance gear and our newly-updated XPG line is our extreme performance gear that will stand up to any conditions and any competitor’s gear.
Boater Safety Overview
1:30pm in our Marine Department
Let the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary give you a brief overview of their all-day class on boater safety. They schedule three of those classes at the store, one each in April, June and August, so check-out the next class and make arrangements to attend. You can also sign-up for a free vessel safety check by them.
Beginning Fly Tying Monday, May 19th 7:00pm Conference Room
Learn to tie flies for fly fishing from our expert fly shop outfitter, Ken Thormahlen. This class is designed for beginners, and will teach you how to tie a specific fly each month. All the tools and materials plus expert instruction are provided. The class is offered twice a month, the first and third Monday of the month at 7:00pm (except September when just the third Monday class is offered due to Labor Day the first Monday). This month's fly is a Damsel Nymph. Call the fly shop to reserve your spot since space is limited, 829-4100, ext. 8301.
Dutch Oven Secrets Revealed Saturday, May 24th 11:30am Outside Front
Join hunting manager Mike Aiazzi for some camp cooking, Dutch Oven style. He'll have a cobbler going, some fresh baked bread and a one-pot meal to show you the versatility of cast iron cookware. You can do this on your backyard patio or at your campsite and have delicious, home-cooked meals that are easy to make.
All About Range Finders Saturday-Sunday, May 24th-25th 11:00am Optics Counter
Find out about range finders and how they can help you have a successful hunt. If you can't see your game and determine at what distance it is, you can't harvest it. We'll show you a variety of models at different price points to meet your needs and budget for range finders.
Base Layer Basics Saturday-Sunday, May 24th-25th 1:00pm Camo Clothing
One of the first places to start for any outdoor activity is base layer. You have to keep dry and comfortable no matter the weather conditions and that starts with performance base layer. Check out our selection of short and long-sleeved shirts in varying weights for warm or cold weather and long johns or tights for your legs when the weather gets colder.
Dads and Grads Gift Ideas Saturday-Sunday, May 24th-25th 2:00pm General Store
Food and snacks are always a welcome gift for dads on their special day or for use at your graduation parties. See what we have in the way of delicious salsas and mustards, soups and dips, sausages and jerkies and more in our general store.
Metal Detector Demonstration Saturday-Sunday, May 24th-25th 12:00pm Camping
Metal detecting can be fun and profitable. Search for coins and other treasures with our selection of metal detectors.
Dads and Grads Gift Ideas Saturday-Sunday, May 31st-June 1st 2:00pm General Store
Food and snacks are always a welcome gift for dads on their special day or for use at your graduation parties. See what we have in the way of delicious salsas and mustards, soups and dips, sausages and jerkies and more in our general store.
Summer Clothing Tips Saturday-Sunday, May 31st-June 1st 1:00pm Clothing
Having sun protection and moisture-wicking properties in your clothing can make your summer outings healthier and more comfortable. Protect your skin and head from the sun and keep cool with our high-tech fabrics in shirts, pants, shorts and hats.
Vacuum Pack Your Catch Saturday-Sunday, May 31st-June 1st 12:00pm Camping
Vacuum sealers are an economical way to keep meats, fish, vegetables, fruits and cheeses fresh. By taking out the oxygen and then sealing them in an air-tight plastic bag using one of our vacuum sealers, you can preserve food and save money in the process. Stop by camping to see how these work.
Beginning Fly Tying Monday, June 2nd 7:00m Conference Room
Learn to tie flies for fly fishing from our expert fly shop outfitter, Ken Thormahlen. This class is designed for beginners, and will teach you how to tie a specific fly each month. All the tools and materials plus expert instruction are provided. The class is offered twice a month, the first and third Monday of the month at 7:00pm (except September when just the third Monday class is offered due to Labor Day the first Monday). This month's fly is a Royal Wulff. Call the fly shop to reserve your spot since space is limited, 829-4100, ext. 8301.
Ladies' Intro to Handguns Wednesday, June 4th 6:30pm Conference Room
Learn about basic gun safety, the difference in revolvers and semi-automatic pistols, various calibers and ammunition available, overview of CCW laws, and basic stance and grip. All classes will be held in the conference room just past the deli and be taught by Vicki Kawelmacher and her staff from the Women's Shooting Academy. Classes are the first Wednesday of the month May-October at 6:30pm, after which time they switch to the first Saturday of the month at 10:00am during November-April. Call the store (775) at 829-4128 with questions. No RSVP needed.
Choke Tube Settings Saturaday, June 7 1:00pm Hunting
Find out which choke tube is right for the kind of hunting you have planned. We can help you pick the right one so you can be successful in your next hunting trip.
Spotting Scope Challenge Saturday, June 7 9:00am Conference Room
Our knowledgeable optics outfitter can show you the differences in spotting scopes in a side-by-side comparison so you can see the differences in features and quality and then choose which one is right for you and your budget.
Trout Tips and Tactics for Eagle Lake Saturday, June 7 1:30pm Fishing
Eagle Lake is one of the Sierra’s best trout lakes and we can show how to rig your rod and reel and what works at this high mountain body of water.
Choke Tube Settings Sunday, June 8 1:00pm Hunting
Find out which choke tube is right for the kind of hunting you have planned. We can help you pick the right one so you can be successful in your next hunting trip.
Guide Wear and XPG Gear Sunday, June 8 1:00pm Men's Clothing
Cabela's-brand Guide Wear is rugged, high-quality performance gear that will standup to whatever conditions and use you have planned. From icy-cold conditions to rainy and windy weather and more, we have something for all conditions.
Safe Knife Handling and Sharpening Tips Sunday, June 8 1:30pm Optics Counter
Our knowledgeable optics outfitter can show you the proper way to sharpen a knife so your cutting chores are safe and efficient.
Community Blood Drive Friday, June 13th 1:00-4:00pm Outside Front
United Blood Services (UBS) and Cabela's have teamed up for a series of blood drives at the store throughout the year including today, Friday, June 13. Additional blood drives are scheduled for Friday, Aug. 15 and Saturday, Nov. 15. Make an appointment by calling the Reno Cabela's at (775) 829-4100, the UBS office at (775) 324-6454 or just walk-in and give blood while you are visiting the store. It takes about a half-hour of your time and you can help save a life.
APEX Stay Alive Seminar Saturday, June 14 1:00pm Conference Room
Join APEX Safety Curriculum Fundamental's Jeff May as he takes you through a variety of scenarios and encounters and what you need to do to stay safe and protect yourself. Find out what to do if you have an intruder in your home or are confronted in another setting. He'll go over the steps you should take to protect yourself and to be aware of your surroundings and the situation. A variety of scenarios are covered in this free 90-minute class. Offered every other month, contact Jeff May for details at (884) 273-9723.
Smoker Demonstration Saturday, June 14 11:30am Outside front
Smoke like a pro with our smokers and some advice from our camping outfitter. Choose a rub or bbq sauce to add to the flavor, follow some simple steps and you can have great tasting smoked meat or fish.
Aquatic Footwear Options Saturday-Sunday. June 14-15 11:00am Footwear
Find out about water shoes for rafting, canoeing and kayaking, waders and wading boots for fishing and the right socks depending on your planned activity and the type of water and temperature you’ll be exposed to.
Cabela's Seasonings Sunday, June 15 Noon Camping
Make any of your cooking more savory with Cabela's brand of seasonings. Use as rubs or in place of salt and pepper to add great flavor to your meat and fish. And they come in a variety of flavors from spicy to mild, bold to sweet and more.
Downriggers and Depth Finders Saturday-Sunday, June 14-15 11:30am Marine
Trolling is an effective way to catch fish but you need downriggers and sonar or depth finders to reach and then find the fish. We'll give you some tips on how to troll and which downriggers and sonar devices you'll need depending on where you plan to fish and what kind of fish you're looking for.
Guide Wear and XPG Clothing Gear Saturday-Sunday, June 14-15 1:00pm Men's Clothing
Cabela’s own Guide Wear is a high-tech line of performance gear and our newly-updated XPG line is our extreme performance gear that will stand up to any conditions and any competitor’s gear.
Safe Knife Sharpening Demonstration Sunday, June 15 11:00am Optics Counter
Our knowledgeable optics outfitter can show you the proper way to sharpen a knife so your cutting chores are safe and efficient.
Truckee River Fishing Tips Sunday, June 15 2:30pm Fishing
The Truckee River is a beautiful resource running right through town and there are several great places to fish for trout. Find out what to use and where to go from our fishing outfitter.
Beginning Fly Tying Monday, June 16 7:00pm Conference Room
Learn to tie flies for fly fishing from our expert fly shop outfitter, Ken Thormahlen. This class is designed for beginners, and will teach you how to tie a specific fly each month. All the tools and materials plus expert instruction are provided. The class is offered twice a month, the first and third Monday of the month at 7:00pm (except September when just the third Monday class is offered due to Labor Day the first Monday). This month's fly is a Royal Wulff (dry). Call the fly shop to reserve your spot since space is limited, 829-4100, ext. 8301.
Base Layer Basics Saturday-Sunday, June 21-22 1:00pm Camo Clothing
One of the first places to start for any outdoor activity is base layer. You have to keep dry and comfortable no matter the weather conditions and that starts with performance base layer. Check out our selection of short and long-sleeved shirts in varying weights for warm or cold conditions and long johns or tights for your legs when the weather gets colder.
Metal Detectors for Fun and Profit Saturday-Sunday, June 21-22 Noon Camping
Metal detecting can be fun and profitable. Search for coins and other treasures with our selection of metal detectors.
SPOT Satellite Messenger Saturday-Sunday, June 21-22 11:00am Optics Counter
Make sure you have this high-tech device to not only let you know where you are but your family and friends. And in the case of emergency, you can send a distress signal to emergency personnel so they can locate your exact location, if needed.
Boating Safety Class by USCG Auxiliary Saturday, June 28 8:30am-4:30pm Conference Room 2
Learn about boating safety and "rules of the road" whether boating on lakes, rivers or open water. Proper safety equipment, life vest fitting, selection and operation and having a first aid kit on board will be covered as well as how to conduct a boat check for safe operation before launching, checking current weather conditions and much more will be discussed. This all-day class is taught by volunteers from the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary (USCGA), Reno Flotilla. Class fee is $20 payable day of the class. For more information or to register, call 852-5557. There will also be a boating safety class on Saturday, Aug. 2 at the same time.
Ice Cream Ball Demonstration Saturday, June 28 Noon By nut cart
Make delicious and creamy soft-serve ice cream in your favorite flavor in about 30-minutes. Just add cream, sugar, your favorite flavoring along with ice and rock salt and then roll the ice cream ball around. Makes for a great patio activity or fun at the camp site with a cold, tasty treat in a half hour.
Dog Collars Saturday-Sunday, June 28-29 2:00pm Dogs
Electronic dog collars are a great way to train your family dog or hunting companion. We can show you a few tips and the features and benefits of several types of collars so you can choose the one right for you and your dog.
Grilling Made Easy Sunday, June 29 Noon Camping
We have several grills and all the accessories you'll need to be the envy of your neighborhood. From large grills with smoking capability to all-in-one units and pellet grills and more, we can get you all squared away for great grilling and barbequing this summer.
Yard Games to Make Your Party Saturday-Sunday, June 28-29 1:00pm Gifts
Yard games are a great way to pass the time during backyard parties or at the camp site. Check out our selection and pick up one or two for your activities and outings this summer.
Girl Scout Adventure Day Thursday, July 24 9:30am Throughout the store
Come out and have fun while displaying your scout activity knowledge with this fun and challenging series of outdoor skills that will be taught by Cabela's outfitters. You'll get the chance to try your skill at some of the activities including archery, tent set-up, compass and map navigation, fly tying and casting a fishing rod-reel. Open to girl scouts and designed for grades 1-6. Stations will be arranged inside the store with some activities possibly taking place outside. Direction will be provided at check-in. Check-in opens at 9:15am outside by the flag poles for grades 4-6 and at 9:45 for grades 1-3. Older girls will be done by about 12:30; younger girls will be done by about 11:30. Please contact Jamie Klund at Cabela's to pre-register via email at james.klund@cabelas.com or call at 829-4128 by June 30th with any questions or to volunteer as a an event team captain.
Beginning Fly Fishing and Fly Casting Every Saturday April through September 10:00am to 12:00pm Conference Room
Cabela's outfitters, now professionally-trained instructors by the Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF), will teach a free two-hour, hands-on fly fishing course every Saturday April through September from 10am to noon. During the colder months, October through March, it will be held the first and third Saturdays each month at the same time.
Instruction will begin in the fly shop where instructors will go over fly rods, reels, lines, leaders, tippets and flies. You will get an introduction into entomology and learn which flies to use and when. The class will move outdoors where proper fly casting technique will be taught. All equipment will be provided.
Call us at (775) 829-4100 and ask for the fly shop to pre-register or stop by the fly shop to sign up since space is limited.
Introduction to Fly Fishing Equipment and Fly Casting 1st & 3rd Saturdays
Nov. - March
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Meet at the Fly Shop
Cabela's outfitters, now professionally-trained instructors by the Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF), will teach a free two-hour, hands-on fly fishing course the first and third Saturdays each month from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Instruction will begin in the fly shop where instructors will go over fly rods, reels, lines, leaders, tippets and flies. You will get an introduction into entomology and learn which flies to use and when. The class will move outdoors where proper fly casting technique will be taught. All equipment will be provided. Call us at (775) 829-4100 and ask for the fly shop to pre-register or stop by the fly shop to sign up since space is limited.
Cabela's Business to Business Program     Customer Service Counter
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Gift Cards for Rewards and Incentives
Utilize our gift instruments for incentive and safety programs or employee rewards.

Corporate and Government Discounts
We offer generous volume discounts based on annual accumulated purchase totals.

Business Gifts
Choose from over 200,000 products ranging from workwear to outdoor gear.

Employee Outfitting
We will uniform your staff with the most up-to-date clothing and gear for use anywhere in the world.

We offer the best merchandise at value driven prices and legendary customer service. It takes less than five minutes to setup a no-obligation account.

For more information on Cabela’s Corporate Outfitter products and services, call 1-888-308-3440 or send an e-mail to retailcorporatesales@cabelas.com and be sure to mention that the Reno store sent you.
Get Your Nevada and California Hunting and Fishing Licenses at Cabela's Daily Store hours Customer Service
Get your Nevada and/or California hunting and fishing licenses and any specialized season stamps at Cabela's. Stop by the customer service counter to get yours while you shop for all your gear for your next hunting of fishing trip. We have both Nevada and California hunting and fishing guides and regulations produced by the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) and the California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG), respectively.
Fish Feeding Schedule Saturdays 12:00 p.m. Cabela's Aquariums
Stop by the aquarium for our fish feeding. The activity heats up in the aquarium during the feeding, especially when we dump live gold fish in the tank, so get there early.
Birthday Parties at Cabela's Daily, by appointment only. Store hours. Subject to availability. Cabela's in Reno
Looking for a place to hold that birthday party?
Why not have it at Cabela's! Cabela's offers a great deal for that birthday guest. Included in the private room rental are shooting gallery tokens, a scavenger hunt, and fish food for the trout ponds. For more info on meals, availability, and reservations please call 775-829-4106.
Conference Rooms Available Daily, by appointment only. Store hours. Subject to availability. Cabela's Conference Center
Planning a staff meeting? How about a business luncheon? Try a new location and something different! Cabela's conference rooms are available for rent: $75 for half the room or $150 for the whole room for the day that can accommodate up to 125 people. Catering is available: Breakfasts, Luncheons or Dinners. Please call 775-829-4106 for further details or to book your event today!
Cabela's Store Tours Daily, by appointment only. Store hours. Subject to availability. Cabela's in Reno
If you have a group of 5 or more and would like a guided tour of our store, please contact Jamie Klund, Events Coordinator, at 775-829-4128 for future details. We have two, 7,000-gallon aquariums, over 200 trophy mounts including our North American display at the back of the store on Conservation Mountain, an African safari diorama collection in the middle of the store and numerous mounts and displays of land and aquatic wildlife throughout the store. We also have several rare and collectible handguns, rifles and shotguns in our Gun Library, a shooting gallery, free fudge samples in our General Store and much more.
Cabela's Donation Guidelines      
Cabela's is proud to be a part of our community and support area charities and conservation partners. Each year, we provide donations to non-profit organizations for fundraising auctions and raffles.

To be considered, please review the following:
  • Requests must be submitted online to Sponsorships, Donations & Advertising. Written or e-mailed requests will not be accepted.
  • Requests must be submitted at least sixty (60) days prior to the event.
  • We can only fulfill one request per organization per year. Multiple requests within a calendar year will not be accepted.
  • Organizations must be a non-profit 501(c)(3) entity and be able to provide documentation.
  • Organizations must be located within 100 miles of the retail store.
  • Submitting a request does not guarantee a donation.
Thank you for your interest in Cabela's. We hope to see you in the store soon.

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