Nebraska GPC Will Consider 2011 Hunting Recommendations at Meeting

Send by email Printer-friendly version Share this

The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners will consider 2011 big game hunting recommendations at its meeting March 18 in Lincoln.

The meeting begins at 8 a.m. in the third-floor conference room of Game and Parks headquarters, 2200 N. 33rd St. A public hearing on big game recommendations will begin at 8:45 a.m.

Also, the board will consider staff requests to:

— approve potential ¬waterfowl zone boundary changes that will be proposed to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

— exchange 8.1 acres of land in Saunders County known as Pioneer State Recreation Area for 40 acres of land in Dawes County, which is adjacent to Bighorn Wildlife Management Area.

— enter into a cooperative agreement with the Village of Arnold in Custer County to rehabilitate the fish community and habitat in Arnold Lake and improve angler access.

Comments

hunter25's picture

Nebraska is another state

Nebraska is another state that I like to keep a close watch on as I have plans to hunt deer there also. I have done a lot of research on the Pine ridge area and am thinking of a late December muzzle loader hunt next year. Of course I am thinking of a lot of different hunts next year but this one is near the top of the list for being the one to do.

They say the hunting pressure is extreme in the rifle season so that is one of the reasons to choose something later.