Game and Parks accepting Gifford Point access permit applications July 1-31

June 25, 2019 cara pesek

LINCOLN, Neb. – People interested in hunting deer at Gifford Point Wildlife Management Area (WMA) this fall may apply for access permits July 1-31. Nebraska Game and Parks will issue 200 authorization permits to allow deer hunters access to the area.

The use of rimfire and centerfire weapons is prohibited at Gifford. Muzzleloaders are not allowed during the November firearm deer season. The access permit allows access to take deer with archery equipment from Sept. 1 through Jan. 15 and with a muzzleloader from Dec. 1 through Jan. 15, as specified by the deer permit. Successful applicants will be issued a combination for the lock to access the gate to the WMA. Only persons with a valid access authorization will be allowed on the area for scouting and hanging tree stands from Aug. 17 through the end of the deer seasons.

Hunters may apply as “buddies,” which ensures that both or neither will draw an access permit. Only two persons may apply as buddies and both will apply on the same application. A buddy permit does not allow party hunting. Each individual must harvest his or her own animal.

Vehicle access will be limited to the rock road directly adjacent to the 8-foot-high deer fence on Educational Service Unit property. Only foot access to the interior of the area will be allowed.

Application forms are available at the Game and Parks offices at Omaha and Lincoln; the Schramm Education Center near Gretna; and at under the “Deer” section. If more than 200 hunters apply, a drawing will be held on Aug. 5. Applicants shall be notified of draw status via email if provided, otherwise via standard mail. Successful applicants shall be issued the access permit once they provide the Nebraska Game and Parks with their applicable 2019 deer permit information. Applicable permits are: muzzleloader, statewide archery, statewide youth, or antlerless season choice Wahoo.


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