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  • Nebraska Game and Parks announces grand prize winner of Take ’Em Fishing Challenge

    Nebraska Game and Parks announces grand prize winner of Take ’Em Fishing Challenge

    OMAHA – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and Cabela’s/Bass Pro Shops awarded Tanner Hess of Battle Creek, Nebraska, a brand new Bass Tracker Pro fishing boat during a ceremony Sept. 20 at...

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  • Signs

    Signs

    I believe that one of the most important skills that any outdoors-person can possess is observation–being able to sense things in “the wild” and interpret what they mean.  Us trappers call it...

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  • Paddlefish snaggers should be cautious with high flows below Gavins Point Dam

    LINCOLN, Neb. – With paddlefish snagging season set to begin Oct. 1, dangerous conditions will be occurring on the Missouri River below Gavin’s Point Dam due to high water releases. Outflows from...

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  • Sensory Safari to provide science exploration to students with disabilities

    LINCOLN, Neb. — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, along with the Lincoln Children’s Zoo and the Nebraska Center for the Education of Children who are Blind or Visually Impaired, will provide...

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  • Fish Tanks

    Fish Tanks

    Honestly, I have been thinking of what might be a good blog post for today.  I always have a bunch of ideas, but none of them seemed like good ideas today.  So, I started scrolling back through...

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  • Locations of some Missouri River Outdoor Expo activities will change because of high water levels

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Visitors to the 15th Annual Missouri River Outdoor Expo Sept. 21-22 at Ponca State Park are advised that high water along the Missouri will affect the locations of some activities....

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  • Hunters: Now, what are those reasons why you don’t want to fall turkey hunt?

    Hunters: Now, what are those reasons why you don’t want to fall turkey hunt?

    It never ceases to amaze me that more avid hunters don’t buy a turkey permit in the fall. Hunters say a lot of things about why they don’t hunt North America’s and Nebraska’s largest upland game...

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  • Scholarships available for Project FeederWatch birding survey

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is now accepting scholarship applications to provide classrooms, afterschool programs, and assisted living facilities with supplies to...

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  • Movie Night!

    Movie Night!

    Want to spread the word on this. . . .Tomorrow night here in Lincoln. . . . Here, this will get you more excited! Here are the details:  Bourbon Theatre, 1415 O Street, doors open at 6:00 p.m.,...

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  • Great opportunities await youth hunters this fall

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Great outdoor opportunities await youth hunters this fall, as well as those who take them hunting. Youth waterfowl hunting begins Sept. 28-29 in Zones 2 and 4, Oct. 5-6 in Zone 1...

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  • I Am an Angler

    I Am an Angler

    I have often touted fishing as the perfect sport because EVERYONE can participate.  Oh sure, you can be a spectator, but you shouldn’t be! TakeMeFishing.org recently started a campaign which...

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  • How Long?

    How Long?

    You have probably heard it said that 10% of the water contains 90% of the fish.  I do not know about the exact percentages, but on any given day it is certainly true that there will be a whole lot...

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  • Missouri River Outdoor Expo is Sept. 21-22 at Ponca SP

    LINCOLN, Neb. – With more than 90 hands-on activities that showcase outdoor education, sports and recreation, there is something for everyone at the Missouri River Outdoor Expo Sept. 21-22 at...

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  • Hunters Helping The Hungry Needs Your Help

    Hunters Helping The Hungry Needs Your Help

    Dollars. Your dollars. That’s what’s urgently needed to keep the Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH) program going and to greatly assist those in need of a good meal and valuable protein. Funds in...

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  • Open House

    Open House

    I know this on short notice and I know it is out where many may not be able to attend.  Don’t care, needs to be mentioned anyway.  If you can be there, do it! Open house for new stream section is...

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  • “I’m not your mom!”

    “I’m not your mom!”

    I could do this blog post with no words, just a couple of pictures: I usually try to keep it light on Fridays, but man I get tired of all the trash that is left on our public hunting, fishing and...

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  • Open house for new stream section is Tuesday

    Open house for new stream section is Tuesday

    MITCHELL, Neb. — The Dry Spotted Tail Creek partner group is inviting the public to view the newly completed stream section at the Platte River Basin Environments property west of Mitchell. The...

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  • Hunters Helping the Hungry greatly needs cash donations

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH) program has received two grants that will fund processing of 36 donated deer in 2019, but cash donations to support the program are greatly...

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  • Mountain lion lottery application period is Sept. 4-27

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will accept lottery applications for mountain lion permits Sept. 4-27 for the 2020 hunting season. Hunting will be allowed only in the Pine...

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  • Rainwater Basin wetlands mostly full

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Rainwater Basin wetlands observed during an aerial survey Aug. 29 are mostly full of water due to above-normal rainfall, so little pumping is planned, according to the Nebraska...

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