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Could Farming Be The Reason For Decline In Wild Pheasant Numbers?
A change in the way that farmers are managing their crops and land, has lead to an 86 percent drop i...
Hunting Road Trip Shows Public Land Still Has A Lot To Offer
Five states, 2,000 miles, three men, three dogs and one message—save the disappearing pheasant habit...
Nebraska Students Bond And Learn Valuable Lessons While Pheasant Hunting
What lessons can people learn while pheasant hunting?Many hunters learn valuable life lessons from f...
Not Many Pheasants This Season In the Kansas-Nebraska Area
It sounds like the the 2012-13 pheasant season in the Kansas area have been slim pickings. One stor...
Nebraska Couple Moves to South Dakota to Enjoy The Outdoors Together
A story about a Nebraska couple that moved to South Dakota caught attention this past week.The story...
Nebraska Hunters Prepare for the Fall Hunt
It’s the time of year again to think about fall Nebraska hunting preparations.
Nebraska Offers Focus On Pheasants Incentives To Landowners
Farmers and ranchers in Nebraska’s expanded Focus on Pheasants (FOP) areas still may offer eligible ...
Restoration Project Improves Habitat & Pheasant Population
In response to declining pheasant populations statewide, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, the...
More Nebraska Private Land Open For Hunting
Open Fields and Waters, the program that pays landowners to open private acres to public walk-in hun...
Cabela's Headlining Pheasants Forever's National Pheasant Fest 2011
Pheasants Forever is proud to announce that Cabela's will be the presenting sponsor of the organizat...

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Nebraska Pheasant Hunting and Nebraska Quail Hunting

Pheasant Hunting Nebraska- A directory of Nebraska pheasant hunting locations

The Ringneck Pheasant is a common permanent resident across Nebraska. This wiley bird can be found throughout the year in croplands, ditches, wooded areas, and shelter belts. Pheasants often nests in ditches, alfalfa fields, and areas with heavy grass cover. In Nebraska, state wildlife areas are open to fishing, hunting, and trapping, in season, except where closed (or restricted) by signing or special area regulations. In addition to the thousands of acres of state wildlife areas Nebraska also has many controlled shooting areas across the state where you can hunt pheasants.

A controlled shooting area is regulated by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. These operations offer varying seasons, bag limits, and other individualized regulations. Nebraska residents must have a resident hunting permit and a habitat stamp to hunt on a Controlled Shooting Area. Nonresidents must have a habitat stamp and either a Controlled Shooting Area permit (which is good only for one particular Controlled Shooting Area) or the general nonresident permit.

2013 Nebraska Pheasant Hunting Outlook

Last year was a mixed bag for Nebraska pheasant hunters. There were numerous reports of success This year there has been a turnaround as has been the case across neighboring states. The outlook is positive for pheasant hunters in Nebraska.

The mild winter and calm spring made conditions ideal for pheasant hatching. There should be a good group of new pheasants added to the population this year. As is the case in other states the dry summer could lead to some trouble for pheasants, but the overall feeling is that 2013 will be a quality hunting season bordering on average to above average.

Daily Bag Limit: 3

Possession Limit: 12

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