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Unleash the Outdoors-Woman in You – Nebraska Outdoors Radio

Find ways to release the wild and empower your skills as an outdoors-woman this week as Julia Plugge, NGPC’s Outdoor Education Specialist, discusses building skills and breaking down barriers.  Plugge will have an insiders scoop on events and programs for adult women that are looking to expand their outdoor horizons.  From kayaking to trap shooting and fishing to wild edibles the great outdoors is ripe for the plucking by adventurous females. Nebraska Outdoors radio can be heard every Thursday evening …

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Trout Unlimited, Nebraska

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A week ago I told you about a Nebraska fishing organization, the Nebraska Walleye Association, and encouraged you to attend a meeting, check it out, JOIN! I have another Nebraska fishing organization to tell you about this week, Nebraska’s chapter of Trout Unlimited.  Nebraska Trout Unlimited is holding their annual banquet this coming Saturday at Anthony’s in Omaha.  Again this is a great conservation organization, Nebraska’s own TU chapter, and the banquet is a great event.  Yes, it is a …

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Feed Birds in your Backyard this Spring

The spring migration will soon be here bringing weary travelers; bird lovers may want to consider providing our backyard feathered friends with food as it may be limited in some areas. This time of year the food supply for birds is scarce leaving some birds searching for food and burning needed calories. Late season snowstorms may cover up any natural food sources adding to their stress. Help the birds that visit your yard with what they need by providing them …

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Quick News Item for the Weekend

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I have one thing I want to note here on my blog before the weekend.  The weather is getting warmer and the extended forecast does not look good for us ice anglers.  However, I am sure there are going to be guys on the ice this weekend.  I am sure many already saw this news release, but I want to spread “the word” as much as possible–do not want anyone showing up and finding they cannot get to the lake …

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Some Tips from the Ice

The extended forecast is not looking real good for our 2016 ice season, but I hope to squeeze out a few more days on the ice this winter.  I thought I would share some thoughts and tips I have been reminded of this winter. . . . I have said before that the variety of fishing lines we have available now is amazing.  I am old enough to remember when there were a handful of quality monofilament lines on the …

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Purposes of Camo

As I was rooting through my camouflaged clothing the other day in the Wagner basement/outdoor cave looking for a particular garment, some questions came to mind. Does all of this camouflaged clothing really matter? I am using each of these? What purposes does camouflaged clothing really serve? Why do I end up wearing it much of the time yet I’m not entirely outside? Whether for function or fashion, whether heading to the ground blind or golf course, I do not truly believe that camouflage is ever off-trend or out …

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Six great winter getaways in Nebraska

It’s just that time of year – the winter doldrums are settling in, and your feet are itching to escape and go somewhere new. Your office mate across the hall might be headed to Aruba, but that’s not an option for all of us. Rest assured, though, if you’re in need of a mid-winter getaway, plenty of options are tucked right into your backyard. 1. Ponca State Park Hiking Marathon Challenge Winter and hiking – an unlikely combination, you say? …

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The “Love” of Outdoor Cooking

Whenever the occasion arises, whether camping or in the backyard, I always light the fire pit for an outdoor treat.   The outside weather has never been a factor, anytime of year will do.   My family agrees a meal cooked over the campfire, grill or in the Dutch Oven, is simply irresistible. Skip the restaurant this year, and make your own Valentine’s Day dinner – in your backyard! This February 14, I will be preparing an Italian dinner, consisting of lasagna, …

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Youth Fishing Instructor Certification Class

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I know this has been publicized already, but I want to give it another round and make sure as many folks as possible are aware of this opportunity: Rock Creek Station Hosting Youth Fishing Instructor Certification Jerry Kane January 19, 2016 Fishing, How To, NGPC News, Parks LINCOLN – Learn to teach youth and families the lifelong activity of fishing by becoming certified as a youth fishing instructor. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will conduct this free workshop Feb. …

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Great Backyard Bird Count – Nebraska Outdoors Radio

Give the nation a snap shot of the birds living in your backyard this weekend as part of the 19th annual Great Backyard Bird Count. Dave Titterington from the Wild Bird Habitat Store will tell us how when he visits Nebraska Outdoors this Thursday evening.   We will also find out what our feather friends are up to this time of year and how you can attract them closer. Nebraska Outdoors radio can be heard every Thursday evening starting at …

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