NEBRASKAland Magazine

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  • Great Outdoor Radio Show Is Moving, Coverage Expanding

    Great Outdoor Radio Show Is Moving, Coverage Expanding

    I have exciting to news to share with you. The popular Great Outdoor Radio Show I host is moving and going to a network! That’s right! After more than 25 years at one radio station, the Great...

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  • Community Fishing Nights

    Community Fishing Nights

    Some of you may have noticed a subtle difference in our Family Fishing program this summer.  We have had a full list of events again this summer, actually starting to wind down now, but you may...

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  • Join Game and Parks to learn about catfish fishing Aug. 1 in Lincoln

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Learn all aspects of fishing for catfish at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s Discover Catfish Fishing event Aug. 1 at Lincoln’s Holmes Lake. This event will be held in...

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  • Fly fishing clinic set for July 31 at Mormon Island State Recreation Area

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will offer free instruction for individuals interested in learning the basics of fly fishing on July 31 from 6-8 p.m. at Mormon Island State...

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  • All The Cool Kids are Wearing Them!

    All The Cool Kids are Wearing Them!

    This may come as a shock to you, but I know very little about current fashion trends.  I have been hearing something about some shoes called “Yeezy’s” and apparently they are the bomb.  All I know...

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  • Join Game and Parks for Fishing with Friends July 25 in Omaha

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Adults are invited to grab a buddy and join the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission at Omaha’s Zorinsky Lake on July 25 for Fishing with Friends. This adult-based opportunity is a...

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  • Snakes of Nebraska event set for July 20-21 at Schramm Education Center

    LINCOLN – See all 29 species of snakes found in Nebraska July 20-21 at Schramm Education Center. Herpetologist Dennis Ferraro of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will show live snakes during the...

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  • July 18 community fishing events in Norfolk and Lincoln cancelled because of heat

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Two community fishing events scheduled for Thursday, July 18, have been cancelled due to a forecast of extreme heat. The events were scheduled to take place at Bowling Lake in...

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  • High School Bass Championship, 2019

    High School Bass Championship, 2019

    I hung out around the high school bass championships at Merritt Reservoir this past weekend.  Let me give you a few details: Once again this year, the two bass organizations in Nebraska teamed up...

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  • Hunters have until July 19 to pay for big game permits awarded via drawing

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters who were awarded big game permits during the 2019 limited permit drawing have until July 19 to purchase their permits. Those who successfully drew permits must visit a...

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  • A Very Cool Job: Nebraska Conservation Officer

    A Very Cool Job: Nebraska Conservation Officer

    A nice package of benefits. A plan for pay advancement. Flexibility with your work schedule. Working outdoors, especially with fish, wildlife, parks and water sports. Sound good? These are all...

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  • More Flooding

    More Flooding

    Our great state has experienced some more flooding this past week.  It is a cliche, but again we have seen flooding like we have never seen before.  Most of you are probably aware that parts of...

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  • Purchase big game permits beginning Aug. 5

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters may purchase 2019 big game permits at any Nebraska Game and Parks Commission office or online beginning at 1 p.m. Central Time on Aug. 5. Residents, nonresidents and...

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  • Cooper, Oettinger win state high school fishing tournament

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Jaron Cooper and Keegan Oettinger of the Platte Valley Bassmasters team caught a five-fish limit weighing 15.88 pounds to capture the The Bass Federation – Nebraska High School...

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  • Be wary of limited access at recreation, wildlife areas

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Access at many state recreation and wildlife management areas may be limited or restricted because of high water after recent heavy rains in south-central Nebraska. The Nebraska...

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  • And Now, our Crayfish are Anxious

    And Now, our Crayfish are Anxious

    We live in a world that is way too uptight.  How uptight?  So uptight that even our crayfish are anxious.  Don’t believe me?  Well, there are some pointy-headed crayfish biologists that say...

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  • Game and Parks seeks additional conservation officers

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking to add new conservation officers. Conservation officers have the important job of protecting our natural resources and helping...

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  • Recovering America’s Wildlife Act introduced in House

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Reps. Jeff Fortenberry (R-Neb.) and Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) introduced the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act in the U.S. House of Representatives at a press conference in...

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  • A magical time in northwestern Nebraska

    A magical time in northwestern Nebraska

    Spring and early summer is a magical time of year that leaves us too quickly. It seems I never get out with the cameras as much as I want to during this period, but usually end up with a few...

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  • Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

    Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

    I have often said that one of the things I like most about trout fishing is the beauty of the fish.  Even a 6-inch brook trout can be a prized catch because they are such pretty fish.  I am...

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