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  • Notable Fish

    Notable Fish

    Some Loup River anglers caught a notable fish last month. . . . No, it was not a catfish as big as a bus.  It was a pallid sturgeon, a federally-listed endangered species.  Pallid sturgeon are...

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  • How To Best Photograph A Hunter With Their Harvested Deer

    How To Best Photograph A Hunter With Their Harvested Deer

    You are a deer hunter and you’re mentoring a new, young hunter in the field. The young deer hunter has just successfully shot their first deer. Congratulations! Knuckle bumps and high fives! Now,...

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  • Safety should be top priority for firearm deer hunters

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The November firearm deer season is one of the most anticipated times of the year for Nebraska hunters. Remaining safe during the Nov. 16-24 season should be their top priority....

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  • Remember Pearl Harbor at Fort Atkinson SHP

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Visitors to Fort Atkinson State Historical Park can see a special “Remember Pearl Harbor!” exhibit Dec. 4-8. The exhibit, which includes a documentary video, can be viewed from 11...

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  • Officers searching for man after boat capsizes

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska Game and Parks Commission conservation officers are searching for a man who fell out of a boat on Sherman County Reservoir on Nov. 8. Two men on a duck hunt were traveling...

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  • Obviously an Ice-Fisherman!

    Obviously an Ice-Fisherman!

    My thoughts are turning more and more towards ice-fishing, and if your thoughts are the same, you will love this. . . . I found this TV news report on the interwebs. . . . How did that guy end up...

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  • On Stand

    On Stand

    A long, long time ago, I used to do some bow-hunting.  Actually, I started shooting a bow before I ever went to school, kindergarten that is.  Back in those days, bows did not have wheels and...

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  • Vintage clothing exhibit ‘Enchant’ on display at Ash Hollow SHP

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Each Saturday and Sunday in November, guests at Ash Hollow State Historical Park can view a high-end vintage clothing exhibit, “Enchant,” featuring handmade beadwork and...

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  • Game and Parks reminds pet owners to be vigilant against coyotes

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Owners of small pets are reminded to be vigilant to protect them from possible coyote encounters. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission suggests people should haze coyotes away...

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  • Landowners planning prescribed burns encouraged to put in firebreaks this fall

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Now is a good time to put in firebreaks to be used during prescribed burns, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. “We want landowners to conduct their prescribed...

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  • Firearm deer season hunters reminded to locate check stations

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Those who plan to hunt the November firearm deer season are reminded to locate a check station ahead of their hunt. There have been several changes to the list of available check...

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  • Find Does, Find Bucks

    Find Does, Find Bucks

    “I wish more deer hunters would forget about all the stuff they have read or heard over the years and focus their deer hunting on the does in order to be more successful in the field,” says Jeff...

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  • Firearm deer season opens Nov. 16

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska’s firearm deer season is Nov. 16-24, giving individuals an opportunity to share a hunt with family or friends. “We should have another great firearm deer season in...

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  • Game and Parks to sample deer for CWD in six units during 2019 firearm season

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Samples to be tested for chronic wasting disease (CWD) will be collected at check stations in northeast, central and northwest Nebraska during the November firearm deer hunting...

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  • Fall Sampling

    Fall Sampling

    Our fisheries field biologists are busy in the fall.  That is the time that we do most of our fish population sampling on waters across the state.  I say all the time that the data we gain from...

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  • Happy Halloweeny, 2019

    Happy Halloweeny, 2019

    Quick blog post here on Halloween.  Do not know about you, but while trick-or-treating, I will be looking for this place! If you see someone who looks like Red Green, that will be me. Don’t...

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  • State Record Update, Spearing 2019

    State Record Update, Spearing 2019

    It has been a while since I have done a state record update.  I usually do an update about this time of year, and usually I have some spearfishing and bowfishing records to report.  This time I...

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  • Hunters take to the field on pheasant opener

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters from around the country returned to rural Nebraska on the weekend of Oct. 26-27 for the pheasant and quail season opener. Hunter activity was highest on opening day and...

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  • Deer Hunting Offers Tranquility and Personal Introspection

    Deer Hunting Offers Tranquility and Personal Introspection

    Someone once said: “Deer hunting is a lot about nothing.” “Nothing,” really? In my view, that statement is so far from the truth. It is the time of year for archery deer hunters and soon, firearm...

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  • Fifteen hunters complete 2019 Upland Slam

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Pheasant and northern bobwhite hunting seasons opened in Nebraska on Oct. 26, allowing 15 hunters to become the first to complete Upland Slams for 2019. The Upland Slam challenges...

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