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  • Game and Parks urges kayakers, canoers to stay off of flooded rivers

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission urges the public to stay off of rivers affected by recent flooding. Strong currents and inadequate clearance under bridges make kayaking,...

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  • Commission to accept volunteer help in cleanup of parks

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is grateful for the outpouring of offers from volunteers to help with cleanup efforts at state parks, wildlife management areas and trails...

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  • Boat Show

    Boat Show

    Gonna be talking about fishing again this weekend, and for many, the weather has us thinking more about open water! The post Boat Show appeared first on Nebraskaland Magazine.

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  • Take your first shots at introductory target shooting class

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Get started in the sport of target shooting in a safe, welcoming environment with a First Shots class. These seminars, held at the Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center,...

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  • Handgun and archery demo scheduled for April 7

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Looking for that perfect firearm or bow? Come try out some of the best handguns and bows in the business at a handgun and archery demo April 7. Held at the Nebraska Game and Parks...

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  • Trout to be stocked in two Panhandle lakes March 22

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Two Panhandle lakes will be stocked with rainbow trout March 22, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The Rock Creek State Fish Hatchery will stock 1,400 10-inch...

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  • Flooding Has Affected Us All

    Flooding Has Affected Us All

    Flooding has truly affected us all in one way or another. Flooding has impacted my own family. Below is video from Friday, March 15, 2019 of flood waters going over the access road from Nebraska...

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  • Management of five Missouri River WMAs to transfer from Commission back to Corps

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The management of five wildlife management areas along the Missouri River will be transferred from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission back to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers....

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  • Update on Spring Trout Stocking

    Update on Spring Trout Stocking

    It is going to take a while to sort out what impacts all of this flooding is going to have on our recreation, wildlife, and parks areas.  Likewise, it is going to take some time for us to evaluate...

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  • Game and Parks continues to assess damage to state park system following historic flooding

    Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission continues to assess damage from recent flooding at parks and wildlife management areas throughout the state. Some state parks, state...

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  • Spring rainbow trout stockings begin March 20

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Spring rainbow trout stocking is beginning this week at five south-central Nebraska locations, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The Calamus State Fish Hatchery...

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  • Fly Fishing Film Tour

    Fly Fishing Film Tour

    I know it has been a rough week for much of Nebraska, and I am sure there are some hard days ahead of us yet. I also know folks are going to need a break, a little get-away, and I know of...

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  • Big game property damage to be discussed at meetings

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission invites landowners in southwest Nebraska to attend meetings regarding property damage caused by big game wildlife. These meetings will help...

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  • Commissioners approve waterfowl season recommendations

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved 2019 waterfowl hunting season recommendations at its March 15 meeting in Nebraska City. The approved recommendations moved the early...

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  • Historic


    I was all prepared to do my usual trivial, lighthearted, Friday blog post, but the events in our great state over the past 48 hours have made that seem meaningless. No, I am not talking about the...

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  • Scott Frost Talks Hunting

    Scott Frost Talks Hunting

    I was fortunate recently to get to interview popular Nebraska Cornhusker head football coach Scott Frost at an event about his passion for hunting as part of my my Weekly TV Outdoor Report on...

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  • Public meeting March 20 to discuss plan for Goat Island

    LINCOLN, Neb. – A public meeting regarding future uses of Goat Island, located within the boundary of the Missouri National Recreational River near Vermillion, S.D., will be hosted by the National...

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  • Public advised to check conditions when planning a park visit

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Warmer temperatures have arrived in parts of Nebraska, but those considering a trip to a state park or recreation area should call ahead before planning a visit. The arrival of...

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  • Fish Stories

    Fish Stories

    A few weeks ago I did something different, something new, something that I think is really cool. . . . I was contacted by a guy from SoDakota to do some audio recordings, “pod cast” kind of...

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  • Salamander citizen science workshop set for April 20 at Indian Cave State Park

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and University of Nebraska-Lincoln invite the public to attend a Salamander Search Citizen Science Workshop on April 20 at Indian Cave State...

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