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post Dec 12 2010, 10:40 AM
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My buddies and i take a spring turkey hunting trip every year, was wondering if someone could give me som advice on Ne, we are wanting to hunt some public land for true Merrriam's aNY advice would be greatly appreciated!

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post Dec 16 2010, 12:48 PM
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I have never hunted in NE, but when i go threw it on my way to my Elk hunts i see a lot of Turkeys in SW Ne, i don't know if there is public land there or not, but there is a lot of bird.

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post Dec 16 2010, 04:52 PM
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Look here....

http://outdoornebraska.ne.gov/parks/guides...ch/findpark.asp

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post Dec 31 2010, 03:57 AM
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The Fort Robinson area in western Nebraska is a great bet and tons on history around the fort. You can actually get a room in the fort and walk out the gate and go hunting, pretty much. The only other area I know if is around Niobrara in north central Nebraska, but mostly private land. There is also some Rios up there. Go to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission website. I would send them an email and get specific with them. They will send you lots of information. The Santee Indian reservation would also be a good bet in that area. Their tags are not state tags.
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QUOTE(Bill Lewis @ Dec 30 2010, 09:57 PM) *

The Fort Robinson area in western Nebraska is a great bet and tons on history around the fort. You can actually get a room in the fort and walk out the gate and go hunting, pretty much. The only other area I know if is around Niobrara in north central Nebraska, but mostly private land. There is also some Rios up there. Go to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission website. I would send them an email and get specific with them. They will send you lots of information. The Santee Indian reservation would also be a good bet in that area. Their tags are not state tags.
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Ft. Robinson is a great place to start. From there head east to Crawford and then south about eight miles to the Ponderosa WMA. Plenty of Merriams in the area. Private land can be accessable. Just approach the landowners and tell them you're from OOS. They are generally quite friendly. Have a great time!
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