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Permits plentiful for Nebraska firearm deer opening Nov. 13

From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

-- Thousands of permits still are available for the November firearm deer hunting season which runs from Nov. 13 to 21.
 
The following November firearm permits are available, as of Nov. 4: Buffalo Whitetail, 510; Calamus East, 606; Calamus West, 960; Frenchman Whitetail, 1,202; Keya Paha, 1,246; Loup West, 543; Pine Ridge, 1,346; Plains, 672; Platte Whitetail, 958; Sandhills, 991; Upper Platte, 592; and Wahoo, 128.

Thousands of Season Choice Area antlerless deer permits also remain, most with bonus tags.

November firearm permit holders are reminded of the following:

        -- Deer must be checked at manual check stations, not via Telecheck.

        -- Hunter orange is required of all hunters, regardless of the type of equipment used.

        -- Permission is required to hunt on private land.

        -- A November firearm permit holder may use archery equipment.

        -- Unless permission is granted, it is unlawful to hunt with a rifle within 200 yards - 100 yards for all other equipment - of an inhabited dwelling or livestock feedlot.

        -- Earn-a-Buck hunters (Elkhorn and Wahoo units) have until Nov. 23 to harvest their deer and are required to check an antlerless deer before or at the same time as a buck.

        -- Watch out for turkey hunters. Fall hunting is legal during the November firearm deer season, and those turkey hunters are required to wear hunter orange.

        -- The Antlerless Deer Hunter Program provides landowners a resource for finding antlerless deer hunters for their      property. The Deer Exchange Program provides a way for those who do not hunt to receive deer meat. Visit  http://outdoornebraska.ne.gov/hunting/programs.asp to learn more.

        -- The Open Fields and Waters Program opens thousands of acres of private land to public walk-in hunting access.        Check the 2010 Public Access Atlas for tracts in each county.

Hunters can call Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers toll-free at (800)742-7627 to report game law violations.

Game and Parks district offices, as well as the Omaha and Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium offices, will be open to sell permits on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Permits also may be purchased at OutdoorNebraska.org. For more information, visit OutdoorNebraska.org or read the 2010 Big Game Guide.

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