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Super Tag Lottery Permits Drawn

LINCOLN – The lottery drawings for the two Super Tag multispecies permits were held at the July 16 meeting of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission in Sidney. Steven Peck of North Platte won the single-entry Super Tag permit while Cory Lynch of Fremont won the multiple-entry Super Tag permit.

On July 13, Game and Parks electronically drew the winners of the Combo multispecies permits. Eric Colvin of Lincoln won the resident permit and Billy Bridges of Royal, Ark., won the nonresident Combo permit.

The Super Tag and Combo permits are valid in 2015 and 2016. The Super Tag bag limit is one elk, one antelope, one deer and two turkeys. The Combo bag limit is one antelope, one deer and two turkeys. The permits are valid in open seasons with appropriate weapons.

There were 1,164 entries in the Super Tag single-entry lottery ($25 application fee). In the Super Tag multiple-entry lottery, 1,060 people submitted 1,992 applications at $10 each (1,252 resident and 740 nonresident applications). There were 396 entries for the resident Combo permit and 294 for the nonresident Combo permit. Each entry had a $10 fee.

About Jerry Kane

Jerry Kane is the news manager with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He can be contacted at jerry.kane@nebraska.gov or 402-471-5008.

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