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Do not forget
No more then 3 shells for
waterfowl hunting and the entire state of Nebraska is Non-Toxic shot
HIP REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO HUNT WATERFOWL
residents who hunt migratory birds and who are 16 years old or older
are required to have a Nebraska Hunting Permit and a Habitat Stamp. All
nonresident hunters, regardless of age, are required to have a
Nonresident Hunting Permit and Habitat Stamp. This also includes those
possessing fee-exempt permits. Register online or call 1-888-403-2473.
Online HIP Registration begins August 1st.
Tips and Techniques from the
How To Clean a Dove
You will need a bowl of very cold water and a sharp knife. First
you have to pull all the skin and feathers away from the breast of the
bird. Try not to break open the craw when doing this. Try
to leave as many feathers as you can attached to the skin so clean up
is quick and easy.
Step two is to take a sharp knife
and run it down each side of the breast bone. You can see the
breast bone in the above picture It is the white line running down the
Some people refer
to this as butterflying the breast. Slice off the small halves of
meat like you are skinning them off the bone.
This is the end result. Two small pieces of meat ready to be
soaked in salt or marinated for the grill.
Welcome to the Hunting
Down Cancer Benefit
Item Dates When They Will Appear On Ebay now Posted!
Hunting Down Cancer is a
fundraising event for the fight against cancer. We
will be auctioning off waterfowl hunts and other related items and all
of the proceeds will be benefiting the Lance Armstrong
This is how it will work. The donated items will run on www.Ebay.com
starting on the first Sunday in October (1st). For example "Joe
Smith" wins the bid for a hunt of "Giant Canada Geese in Rochester,
MN" that includes one day of hunting for 4
for a winning bid of $1000.00. Joe then
writes a check or pays with a credit card for $1000.00 through the
donation page at the LAF’s website at this
location. Once I receive confirmation that your
payment has been received you will be ready to for your
trip. The LAF will inturn send the proper tax information to
that individual for their donation.
Why do we want to do this benefit? It's very simple… we want to make a
difference; we want to do more than just wear a yellow bracelet. We want to be able to give the opportunity to
someone to have a great time in the outdoors while supporting a
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Sherman Reservoir, Leonard A. Kozial, Harold W. Anderson, Thomas
Creek, Borman Bridge, and Pine Glen.
Valley, Black Island, George Syas, Prairie Wolf, and Wood Duck.
Branched Oak Lake, Twin Lakes, Bramble, Pawnee Lake, Rake’s Creek,
Wildwood, and the south portion of Schilling. Nontoxic shot must be
used on the entirety of Schilling.
Creek, Medicine Creek Reservoir, Swanson Reservoir, and Cedar
Alexandria Lakes, Alexandria Southwest, Little Blue, Dry Sandy, and
Other Wildlife Management Areas throughout the state can provide good
opportunities depending on local conditions. Contact the nearest Game
and Parks district office
for area-specific information.