Nebraska Hunting News

Nebraska GPC Approves Low Cost Youth Permits
There has been a national trend of declining participation in hunting for years. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission took a step Thursday to attract more young big game hunters.
Nebraska GPC Considering Low Cost Youth Permits
The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners will consider regulation amendments designed to attract more youth hunters by creating youth deer, turkey and antelope permits that cost $5 each.
Nebraska Deer Hunt at Eugene T. Mahoney SP
Deer are numerous in the Eugene T. Mahoney State Park area, causing crop damage and collisions with vehicles. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is looking for hunters to harvest antlerless deer in designated areas of the park this season.
Permit Changes for 2010 Nebraska Panhandle Elk Hunters
New elk hunting statutes will impact Panhandle landowners who want to be included in hunting zones in 2010. Those zones qualify landowners for limited numbers of elk permits.
Senators Fight Ban of Traditional Ammo in National Parks
A letter signed by numerous United States senators to Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar raising important questions about actions by the National Park Service (NPS) to ban the use of traditional ammunition in parks . . .
Iowa and Nebraska Work Together to Allow Hunting Along Missouri River
In an effort to provide more opportunities for sportsmen to utilize a number of public areas in both states, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources and Nebraska Game and Parks Commission have entered into a reciprocal agreement for upcoming hunting seasons.
Check Harvested Deer Electronically in Nebraska
Many Nebraska hunters will have the option of checking their harvested deer electronically this fall, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Nebraska Gifford Point WMA Hunt Apps Due Aug 15th
Deer hunters have until Aug. 15 to apply for special access permits for hunting at Gifford Point Wildlife Management Area (WMA) this year, according to Pat Molini, southeast district wildlife manager of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Nebraska Fall Turkey Permits on Sale Aug. 10th
Turkey hunters may begin purchasing permits for the fall season starting on Aug. 10, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Field Days for Nebraska Online Hunter Ed Participants
Two field days are scheduled for people who have completed online hunter education independent study courses, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.