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  • Outdoor Education Center offers family fun for all ages

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Families that want to have fun and spend time together can find what they are looking for at the Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center. Located at 44th and Superior...

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  • Commission approves fees for new Schramm Education Center

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission established user fees for the new Schramm Education Center during its meeting Jan. 18 at its Lincoln headquarters. Schramm Education Center,...

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  • At Least I Can Talk Ice-Fishing

    At Least I Can Talk Ice-Fishing

    Due to the lack of safe ice, my season certainly has been less than what I hoped for so far.  However, that is NOT going to keep me from talking about it! Yes, I know what the forecast says.  I am...

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  • Bucket List Hunts In Nebraska

    Bucket List Hunts In Nebraska

    Do you have dream hunt you like to do someday? You know what I mean … a hunt you’d like to complete before you “kick the bucket?” Perhaps you have compiled a bucket list of hunts. Maybe you can’t...

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  • State Record Summary, 2018

    State Record Summary, 2018

    Time again to look back and give an “annual report” on the state record fish that were registered last year: Surface Spearfishing There were two fish certified as surface spearfishing records in...

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  • Fort Kearny ice-fishing event canceled

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has canceled the Family Ice-Fishing Clinic scheduled for Jan. 20 at Fort Kearny State Recreation Area Lake No. 6 near Kearney because of a...

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  • State Habitat Meeting set for Feb. 9 in Kearney

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The annual Nebraska State Habitat Meeting, hosted by Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, will be held Feb. 9 at the Holiday Inn Convention...

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  • Fisheries Meetings 2019

    Fisheries Meetings 2019

    News release went out late last week, but I want to publicize this as much as possible: Learn about Nebraska fisheries management at public informational meetings LINCOLN, Neb. – Anglers can learn...

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  • Michigan hunter bags trophy mule deer

    Michigan hunter bags trophy mule deer

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Michael Dickerson had come up empty in past hunts, but he finally got his Nebraska trophy this past September. Dickerson of Davison, Michigan, now holds the Nebraska record typical...

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  • Fishing ponds being drained at Fort Robinson State Park

    CRAWFORD, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has begun draining Grabel Ponds and Cherry Creek Pond at Fort Robinson State Park. The draining is making way for the first phase of an...

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  • Learn about Nebraska fisheries management at public informational meetings

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Anglers can learn about the status of Nebraska fisheries by attending one of seven public informational meetings this winter. Attendees will hear a presentation by the Nebraska...

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  • Dreamin’

    Dreamin’

    Looks doubtful that I will get on the ice this weekend.  Stinkin’ weather!  I guess I will just continue to dream about it. . . . While day-dreaming, I have stumbled onto these “Sixty Seconds...

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  • Commission to consider fees for Schramm Education Center

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider proposed user fees for the new Schramm Education Center when it meets Jan. 18 in Lincoln. Schramm Education Center, built on...

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  • What They Said

    What They Said

    There is a video that has been making the rounds on the interwebs; it is about a subject I have already been on my “soap box” about once this winter.  In fact, some of you get tired of my...

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  • Post-Season Scouting For Deer

    Post-Season Scouting For Deer

    If you’re a deer hunter in Nebraska, chances are you have wrapped up or are getting ready to wrap up your season (the late deer hunting season closes at 30 minutes after sunset on Jan. 15)....

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  • Some News Items

    Some News Items

    Got a couple, three quick news items I want to call attention to; nothing major, but if you fish you should know about these: 2019 Fishing Guide The 2019 Fishing Guide is available on-line, now. ...

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  • The Nebraska Table: Winter Recipes

    The Nebraska Table: Winter Recipes

    Story and photos by Ryan Sparks Winter is a time for reflection, and if you’ve been following along with the Nebraska Table you have a lot to reflect on. You’ve foraged morel mushrooms and...

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  • First Day Fish

    First Day Fish

    With the holidays and everything, I skipped a blog post this week.  Kinda hard to blog from a bucket on the ice deep in the Nebraska sandhills. Sue me. Unfortunately, I am back in the office now,...

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  • An Ice Storm Feast

    An Ice Storm Feast

    Photographs after an ice storm. I woke up on the morning of January 17 with a clear plan of attack. The biggest ice storm in a decade had ended the previous evening, and the forecast had correctly...

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  • February Rabbits

    February Rabbits

    Rabbit hunting is a cure for cabin fever. With upland bird seasons closing Jan. 31, there’s not much to hunt in February besides rabbits. February is actually my favorite month to hunt rabbits. I...

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