Nebraska Hunting News

Nebraska Bobcat Season in Full Swing
Coming off a season of record harvest, the 2007/2008 bobcat season began Saturday, Dec. 1, in Nebraska. Bobcats may be hunted or trapped through Feb. 29, 2008.
Nebraska GPC Holds Muzzleloading Workshop
Hunters looking to extend their season or enhance the challenge of deer hunting should plan to attend a free muzzleloader deer hunting workshop.
Nebraska Deer Permits Still Available
Hunters who haven't purchased their permits for Nebraska's 2007 deer hunting seasons still have time to choose from a number of units across the state.
Nebraska GPC Meeting October 25th
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners will consider recommendations to amend wildlife, fishing and parks regulations while addressing a number of other issues during a meeting at 8 a.m., MT, Oct. 25.
Nebraska GPC Seeking Input on Box Elder Elk Management
The Wildlife Division of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking public comment on a proposed recommendation to extend the boundaries of the Box Elder Elk Management Unit for the 2008 elk hunting season.
Nebraska GPC Reminds Hunters About Deer Stand Rules
Fall hunting seasons are just around the corner and hunters should understand regulations pertaining to the use of waterfowl blinds and deer stands.
Nebraska Hunt Opportunities in Boyer NWR
Hunters may apply through Oct. 1 for free access permits for the 2007 antlerless muzzleloader deer hunting season at Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) Dec. 15-16.
Nebraska Begins Bonus Fall Turkey Hunting
A bonus awaits Nebraska fall turkey hunters this year – a bonus tag. Starting this fall, two birds may be taken with one permit. Hunters may begin buying those permits Aug. 13, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Nebraska GPC Offers Mentored Youth Archery Deer Hunting
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is taking applications for the 2007 mentored youth archery deer hunting program. All applicants must be 12-18 years, still in school, and must have successfully completed bowhunter education.
Nebraska Gifford Point WMA Applications Due Aug 15
Anyone interested in hunting deer at Gifford Point Wildlife Management Area (WMA) this year may apply for access permits from July 15-Aug. 15, according to Pat Molini, southeast district wildlife manager for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.