Northern third of Langdon Bend WMA closed

September 6, 2017 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN, Neb. – The northern third of Langdon Bend Wildlife Management Area (WMA), on the riverward side of the levee, is closed until further notice.

That portion of the WMA, located east of Auburn along the Missouri River in Nemaha County, is closed for safety reasons because of a bank-widening project.

“Langdon is a large WMA and still offers excellent hunting opportunity on a major portion of the area still open to public access,” said Mike Remund, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission wildlife biologist.

View the Nebraska Public Access Atlas at to find public hunting lands and private lands open to public access.

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