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Drew Schaefer harvested this 3X4 Whitetail buck with 10 minutes left on opening day of the 2020 firearm deer season. The deer was taken on private property in Boone County.
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will release rooster pheasants on 16 wildlife management areas prior to the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
LINCOLN — A new grant from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust worth nearly $500,000 will assist Fort Atkinson State Historical Park in two revitalization projects.
The pandemic shook things up for deer hunters this year. Unit tags sold out quickly and my husband, Led, and I ended up purchasing a last-minute statewide buck tag for him and a river antlerless tag for myself.
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking input on potential changes to duck and goose season dates for the 2021-2022 hunting seasons.
LINCOLN — With the help of a $280,000 matching grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, working with partners, will be able to modernize wetland conservation resources for educators and the public.
Most hunters think that an accident won’t happen to them, but anyone who has fallen from a tree stand thought the same thing. Those who have had the misfortune say that it happened so fast they had no time to react. At the end of the day, returning home safely should be every tree-stand hunt…
Our first snow appeared in October already and, because I’m not a big fan of the cold, my first thought was, “Oh no, winter weather is here already, it’s going to be a long winter.”
LINCOLN — With the move to online deer checking for the November firearm season, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will not collect samples to test for chronic wasting disease.
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will accept lottery applications for mountain lion permits now through Dec. 9, for the 2021 hunting season.
LINCOLN — Hunters should expect to find pheasants in numbers similar or slightly higher than last year. The Nebraska pheasant, quail and partridge seasons opened on Oct. 31.
LINCOLN — Because of COVID-19 concerns, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will not run check stations this firearm deer season. Instead, all deer will be checked in electronically via Telecheck.
Just before freeze-up is the time you should be on the water fishing for late-season walleyes as they’re making their way upstream in preparation of next spring’s spawn.