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  • Riverview Marina SRA to close temporarily April 22 for culvert replacement

    Riverview Marina SRA to close temporarily April 22 for culvert replacement

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Riverview Marina State Recreation Area in Nebraska City will be closed temporarily April 22 due to the replacement of a culvert under the entry roadway. One-lane access will be...

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  • Gracie Creek Pond rehabilitation project initial phase to begin

    Gracie Creek Pond rehabilitation project initial phase to begin

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Anglers will notice construction work at Gracie Creek Pond on the upstream end of Calamus Reservoir in Loup County. The work is the initial phase of the pond’s rehabilitation...

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  • Open Fields and Waters Program seeking new enrollments

    Open Fields and Waters Program seeking new enrollments

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is looking to provide additional hunting and fishing opportunities on private lands through its Open Fields and Waters Program. Landowners...

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  • State Record Update, Spring 2021

    State Record Update, Spring 2021

    I have a couple of state record applications sitting on my desk; might as well tell you about them. . . . Both of them were caught on rod & reel, and both of them broke records that were just...

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  • Commission approves 2021 deer, antelope and elk hunting recommendations

    Commission approves 2021 deer, antelope and elk hunting recommendations

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved recommendations for 2021 deer, antelope and elk hunting seasons at its meeting April 20 in Kearney. Commissioners approved staff...

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  • Five ways to get involved in Nebraska Bird Month

    Five ways to get involved in Nebraska Bird Month

    LINCOLN, Neb. — This May, join fellow bird lovers in celebrating Nebraska Bird Month by getting trained, celebrating birds, and boosting research through a variety of events planned across the...

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  • Take ‘Em Fishing, 2021

    Take ‘Em Fishing, 2021

    Doing the “Take ‘Em Fishing” promotion again this year! Take ’em Fishing to share love of the sport LINCOLN, Neb. – Catching fish is fun and addicting. The more fish you catch, the more you want...

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  • Reservation system for Lake McConaughy to launch April 21

    Reservation system for Lake McConaughy to launch April 21

    LINCOLN, Neb. — The updated online reservation system for all Lake McConaughy and Lake Ogallala state recreation areas’ campsites will launch at 8 a.m. Mountain time April 21 through Reserve...

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  • Big Game Society to auction elk tag, combo permit May 20

    Big Game Society to auction elk tag, combo permit May 20

    LINCOLN, Neb. – A bull elk tag and a multispecies combination permit will be auctioned off by the Nebraska Big Game Society on May 20 in Lincoln. The 10th Annual NBGS Meeting and Auction will be...

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  • Consider selective harvest of fish through catch and release

    Consider selective harvest of fish through catch and release

    By Daryl Bauer Nebraska Game and Parks Commission LINCOLN, Neb. – Catch and release is an established and important part of modern fishing. Sure, harvesting some of the fish we catch should be a...

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  • Hunting Turkeys in Foul Weather

    Hunting Turkeys in Foul Weather

    Nebraska weather. Don’t like it? Wait a short while. It’ll change, maybe. Reality is rarely so kind. The Cornhusker State’s spring wild turkey hunting seasons are in full swing amid the...

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  • Youth Fishing Instructor Workshops

    Youth Fishing Instructor Workshops

    Maybe things are beginning to trend back to some sort of normalcy.  We are starting to talk about events and programs again. You may have seen this advertised already, I know it has been...

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  • Conservation officer featured in April’s Conservation Career Chat

    Conservation officer featured in April’s Conservation Career Chat

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Join the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission on April 21 in its series of virtual Conservation Career Chats. Conservation Officer Travis Shepler will be featured. Shepler will...

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  • Bighorn sheep lottery applications begin April 19

    Bighorn sheep lottery applications begin April 19

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will accept applications for a 2021 bighorn sheep lottery permit beginning April 19. The application period ends Aug. 6, and the permit will...

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  • Don’t Be Stupid

    Don’t Be Stupid

    I heard another report from the weekend that brings to light another topic I have blogged about before, going to again. . . . Some of you may know what I am talking about; apparently, a couple of...

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  • New monthly series by Game and Parks to explore science of nature

    New monthly series by Game and Parks to explore science of nature

    LINCOLN, Neb. — A new monthly series by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will explore the science and secrets of Nebraska nature. Nebraska Nature Nerd Night, a free webinar series for...

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  • Long Pine SRA reopens to public

    Long Pine SRA reopens to public

    LINCOLN, Nebraska — Long Pine State Recreation Area has reopened to the public after a cedar tree removal project finished early. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission removed trees near the...

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  • Hunters Helping the Hungry surveying deer meat processors

    Hunters Helping the Hungry surveying deer meat processors

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Hunters Helping the Hungry program is surveying meat processors that take deer in order to improve the delivery of the program to the public. Processors may request a survey by...

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  • Nebraska Game and Parks to offer Pollinators and Paperbacks educator workshop

    Nebraska Game and Parks to offer Pollinators and Paperbacks educator workshop

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Join the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission in investigating ways to use literature books to engage children in meaningful lessons during the virtual Pollinators and Paperbacks...

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  • Public urged to leave wildlife babies alone

    Public urged to leave wildlife babies alone

    LINCOLN, Neb. — Seeing young wild animals, such as deer, possums, ducks, rabbits and song birds, alone is common this time of year. Though the inclination may be to intervene, the best choice is...

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