OUTDOOR NEWS
OUTDOOR NEWS

LINCOLN — A master plan is being developed for the Fort Kearny State Recreation Area and State Historical Park; and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking public input.

My neighbors told me the other day that they were heading out on a Friday night to camp at a popular state recreation area in order to “get away from it all” on a nice weekend.

I just spent the morning fishing on a farm pond belonging to a friend of mine, and it’s one of those fairly clear ponds that weeds up quickly.

LINCOLN — Consider your motivations on why you enjoy fishing. Is it to catch a meal, compete for the largest fish, get away from life’s stresses or to be with friends?

LINCOLN — While many Nebraska boaters are eager to enjoy a summer day on the lake, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission urges them to be wary of a nasty hitchhiker: The zebra mussel.

Typically, trap shooters adorn a variety of accessories to enable a better game. They wear a pouch or vest to hold 25-50 cartridges so they can compete in either singles or doubles events.

KEARNEY  — Pheasants Forever announces that it will receive $1.1 Million from the Nebraska Environmental Trust (NET) for the following programs: Corners for Wildlife (CFW), Pathway for Wildlife (PFW), Grassland Improvement Program (GIP) and the Mobile Prescribed Burn Unit & Education Out…

As parkgoers gear up for the traditional return of camping season this Memorial Day weekend, sites from Ponca to Smith Falls are welcoming Nebraskans back into the outdoors after a year of health guidelines and social distancing.