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  • Commission approves Free-earned Landowner Elk Permit Program

    Commission approves Free-earned Landowner Elk Permit Program

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission amended its wildlife regulations to create the Free-earned Landowner Elk Permit Program at its Oct. 22 meeting in North Platte. In the...

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  • A Little ‘Stitious?

    A Little ‘Stitious?

    Are you lucky?  Do you believe in “luck”? I have started many fishing seminars by stating that there is no such thing as “luck”.  Those anglers who seem to always catch fish are not “lucky”.  They...

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  • Fort Robinson Christmas dinner canceled again

    Fort Robinson Christmas dinner canceled again

    CRAWFORD, Neb. — Fort Robinson State Park has canceled its annual historical Christmas dinner because of coronavirus concerns, but two other holiday events that take place completely outdoors will...

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  • Big game diseases monitored as cold temps arrive

    Big game diseases monitored as cold temps arrive

    LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska wildlife officials are welcoming colder temperatures for at least one reason. A hard freeze kills the insects responsible for spreading two deadly viral diseases among big...

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  • Fall Fishing

    Fall Fishing

    One of the challenges of blogging about the outdoors, about hunting and fishing, is every year the same seasons roll around.  The same topics are timely at the same times, year after year, after...

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  • Don’t forget to sight-in firearms before deer season

    Don’t forget to sight-in firearms before deer season

    LINCOLN, Neb. – With the Nebraska firearm deer season just around the corner, now is the time to sight in that rifle or handgun. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission cooperates with shooting...

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  • Charron first hunter to complete 2021 Duck Slam

    Charron first hunter to complete 2021 Duck Slam

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Kyle Charron knew he had a chance to be the first hunter to complete the Duck Slam this season. The 35-year-old Broken Bow man hunts the playa wetlands every October, typically...

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  • Commission will consider Free-earned Landowner Elk Permit Program

    Commission will consider Free-earned Landowner Elk Permit Program

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider amendments to wildlife regulations that would create a Free-earned Landowner Elk Permit Program at its Oct. 22 meeting in North...

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  • Update, Martin Bay

    Update, Martin Bay

    I know, I know, the news release has made the rounds and you might have seen this already.  I also know there are some of you still fishing and some of you need to know about this: Northbound...

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  • 13 Tips For Archery Deer Hunting During the Rut

    13 Tips For Archery Deer Hunting During the Rut

    It’s a magical time of year, really. As daylight wanes, the temperature begins to drop, frost appears on the pumpkin, leaves turn color and start toppling to the ground, and experienced bowhunters...

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  • Oct. 23-24 youth pheasant season includes Special Youth Hunts

    Oct. 23-24 youth pheasant season includes Special Youth Hunts

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Oct. 23-24 statewide youth pheasant, quail, and partridge season for hunters ages 15 and younger provides an excellent opportunity to mentor new hunters. “Each fall, the youth...

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  • Motorists urged to use caution to avoid collisions with deer

    Motorists urged to use caution to avoid collisions with deer

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Deer are more active this time of the fall. Crops are being harvested and deer breeding season is in full swing. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has suggestions to help...

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  • Update, Fall Trout Stocking 2021

    Update, Fall Trout Stocking 2021

    Phones are still ringing, this is still THE topic I am hearing about the most.  So, I am blogging about it again today.  Spreading the news. . . . Changes made to the fall trout stocking schedule...

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  • Changes made to the fall trout stocking schedule

    Changes made to the fall trout stocking schedule

    LINCOLN, Neb. – A change has been made to the fall stocking schedule of rainbow trout by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The scheduled stocking of the Niobrara State Park Pond (750 fish)...

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  • 2022 Nebraskaland Magazine calendar available now

    2022 Nebraskaland Magazine calendar available now

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The 2022 Nebraskaland Magazine calendar is here, featuring gorgeous images of Nebraska’s wild places and wild creatures. Available for purchase online, this 12-month glossy...

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  • Northbound traffic inside entrance to Lake Mac’s Martin Bay temporarily closed for project

    Northbound traffic inside entrance to Lake Mac’s Martin Bay temporarily closed for project

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The road inside the Martin Bay entrance at Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area is closed temporarily to northbound traffic, to allow for the construction of an improved entrance....

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  • Limited river otter trapping season opens Nov. 1

    Limited river otter trapping season opens Nov. 1

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska’s first limited river otter harvest season opens Nov. 1, providing those with a valid fur harvest permit an opportunity to trap one otter per season. The season closes...

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  • Fishing State Park

    Fishing State Park

    Going to blog about a blog today.  The current issue of Nebraskaland magazine has an article by Justin Haag, Nebraska’s Fishing State Park?  Simply put, follow the link! Justin’s article is an...

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  • How to Hunt Nebraska’s Public Lands

    How to Hunt Nebraska’s Public Lands

    Hunting public lands. It can be a real challenge. No, scratch that. It is a daunting challenge. I know. I have hunted all kinds of game on various public lands around the state for years. So why...

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  • Halloween festivities planned at Fort Robinson

    Halloween festivities planned at Fort Robinson

    CRAWFORD, Neb. — Horse-drawn wagon rides, trick-or-treating and a chili feed will highlight the new Haunted Halloween festivities at Fort Robinson State Park on Saturday, Oct. 30. The activities...

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