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  • Toxic algae detected at Pawnee Lake

    LINCOLN, Neb. – A health advisory is in effect for the east beach Pawnee Lake in Lancaster County. During testing earlier this week, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality detected...

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  • Spring turkey hunters to receive survey

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska’s 2017 spring turkey hunters are encouraged to share their experiences with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission by participating in a brief online survey. Hunters who...

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  • Siouxland Fly Fishing Club

    Siouxland Fly Fishing Club

    Heading north again to meet with my friends in the Siouxland Fly Fishing Club.  They meet every month at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center on the edge of Sioux City.  If I remember right, they get...

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  • Pioneering Pine Ridge wildlife management

    Pioneering Pine Ridge wildlife management

    CRAWFORD, Neb. – When tourists catch sight of a bighorn sheep in the Pine Ridge, or a herd of bison grazing at Fort Robinson State Park, they likely give little thought to the people responsible...

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  • Day 7: Wood Lake to Valentine (23.2 miles)

    Day 7: Wood Lake to Valentine (23.2 miles)

    Carine left an hour early. Bob, Jim, Jamie and I returned to the Wood Lake Café for breakfast. We met a dozen ranchers there who were having breakfast at a large table. They warned us about the...

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  • Day 6: Long Pine to Wood Lake (30.8 miles)

    Day 6: Long Pine to Wood Lake (30.8 miles)

    After a light breakfast, Larry helped us climb back onto the road from camp. Jim and Jamie were the only ones bold enough to ride their bikes up the steep, winding road to get back into town. The...

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  • Day 5: Rest Day in Long Pine

    Day 5: Rest Day in Long Pine

    The smell of campfire smoke woke me. Jamie, who arrived early that morning, was preparing coals for a Dutch oven breakfast when I popped my head out of the tent. She made us biscuits and sausage...

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  • Day 4: Stuart to Long Pine

    Day 4: Stuart to Long Pine

    (32 miles) After a good night’s sleep in an actual bed, Jamie made us breakfast before we left. She had to go back to Norfolk to attend her son’s play that evening, but would meet us in Long Pine...

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  • Commission adopts changes to wildlife regulations

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission amended wildlife regulations at its June 22 meeting in Gering. Following a public hearing, commissioners adopted changes to create...

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  • Deadline for multispecies lottery permit applications is July 7

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters have until July 7 to apply for a 2017-2018 multispecies lottery permit. Two types of permits are available: Super Tag and Combo. The Super Tag permit is valid in 2017 and...

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  • Low water levels at Ice House Pond on Fort Robinson State Park

    CRAWFORD, Neb. – A broken dam board in the outlet structure at the lower Ice House Pond on Fort Robinson State Park caused the water level to drop about 10 feet during the weekend. The Nebraska...

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  • Day 3: O’Neill to Stuart (28 miles)

    Day 3: O’Neill to Stuart (28 miles)

    Carine was on the trail before anyone else. Jamie, Bob and I woke up to the delicious smell of coffee and cinnamon, courtesy of Larry. A light breakfast of granola and energy bars on the trail had...

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  • Day 2: Neligh to O’Neill (45 miles)

    Day 2: Neligh to O’Neill (45 miles)

    The ride to O’Neill would be our longest and hardest ride. The night before, we all agreed to ride out early to beat a westerly wind that would pick up later in the day. And when Larry heard how...

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  • Protected: Day 1: Norfolk to Neligh

    Protected: Day 1: Norfolk to Neligh

    There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. The post Protected: Day 1: Norfolk to Neligh appeared first on NEBRASKALand Magazine.

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  • Protected: Riding the Rails: Nebraska’s Cowboy Trail

    There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. The post Protected: Riding the Rails: Nebraska’s Cowboy Trail appeared first on NEBRASKALand Magazine.

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  • We’re Going Live!

    We’re Going Live!

    I do not think I am that old, but I suppose I am old enough that this old dog has new tricks, new technology, to learn about.  I was forced to upgrade to a “smart” phone a few weeks ago, still...

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  • Give CPR to Big Catfish

    Give CPR to Big Catfish

    Did you see that? She released that big catfish back in the water! But, why? She should have taken that big fish home, cleaned it and ate it! Why do some people get perplexed when they see someone...

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  • Learn Dutch oven cooking at Louisville SRA

    LINCOLN, Neb. – A Becoming an Outdoors-Family Dutch oven cooking workshop is scheduled for June 29 at Louisville State Recreation Area in Cass County. Learn all about preparing tasty outdoor meals...

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  • Snakes of Nebraska event is July 22-23 at Mahoney SP

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Learn about and see some fascinating reptiles at the Snakes of Nebraska event July 22-23 at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park near Ashland. The free event will run 10 a.m.-4 p.m. each...

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  • Spalding Fish Bypass

    Spalding Fish Bypass

    I always say that every body of water in Nebraska is a vital resource and is important to Nebraska anglers.  Most of our rivers and streams are warm-water, prairie rivers and streams; they may not...

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