LINCOLN, Neb. – Start planning a fall hunt today by downloading trip planners at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s website.
These printable, species-specific trip planners – which are available for prairie grouse, quail, pheasant, mule deer and turkey – condense a variety of useful information into two pages.
Regions of the state offering great hunting and public access opportunities are highlighted in the trip planners. They also suggest lodging options, highlight public lands and recommend other outdoor activities to do during your stay. Each trip planner also lists season dates, necessary permits and other important information.
“Nebraska’s diverse landscape offers a wide variety of hunting opportunities throughout the state,” said John Laux, Game and Parks’ upland habitat and access program manager.
Considered the mixed bag capital of the Great Plains, Nebraska truly has something for everyone.
“Our immense mixed-bag opportunities and abundance of publicly accessible lands make us a destination for many hunters each fall,” Laux said. “These trip planners make it more convenient to plan your next memory-making hunt and experience what Nebraska has to offer.”
Download the trip planners at outdoornebraska.gov/tripplanners.
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