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Look Who’s Coming to Saturday’s Great Outdoor Radio Show

You know the face (with or without the beard). You’ve seen him here on this website with his popular blog. If there’s discussion about Nebraska fish and fishing he’s right smack in the middle of it all!  And, he comes to my Saturday morning outdoor talk radio show to visit with you! Do you know this guy? Yup! Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Fisheries Outreach Coordinator and Biologist Daryl Bauer comes to the Omaha airwaves tomorrow morning to talk Nebraska fish and fishing with you! He’s …

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Lecturing at the Home of the Huskers

Part of today, I will be in the process of preparing for my annual UNL lecture tomorrow morning with Game and Parks compatriot Daryl Bauer. We are going to Dr. Lisa Pennisi’s Environmental Communication Skills class in the School of Natural Resources on East Campus at Hardin Hall. We’ll be speaking about the importance of communication skills in natural resource careers, public relations and writing blogs for an hour and 15 minutes. I can’t wait! Daryl and I thoroughly enjoy …

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High School Bass Tournament, Ahrens and Soe on Channel 6 Outdoors

Don’t miss my Weekly Outdoor Report on Omaha’s WOWT-TV/Channel 6 when the recent Nebraska State High School Bass Fishing Tournament will be featured along with the winning team of Payne Ahrens and Eric Soe of Gretna High School. See the tournament and the guys by tuning in to my Weekly Outdoor Report that airs LIVE on Omaha’s WOWT-TV/Channel 6 and online at www.wowt.com Thursday evening during the station’s 6 p.m. CST sportscast. If you’re unable to view the live broadcast …

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Fish and Wildlife Convention Week

It’s been a very busy, but enjoyable and exciting week for us at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. We hosted and participated in the 2013 Annual Summer Meeting for the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Association here in Omaha. Base camp for it was the Hilton Hotel in downtown Omaha. From invasive species to mule deer and trout, from presentations to committee meetings and exhibits, this big meeting covered the gamut of conservation topics that are synonymous the …

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Me, Play Golf?

I have been invited to participate in Scheels First Annual Camo Classic golf tournament at Miracle Hills Golf and Tennis here in Omaha, NE. WOW! The organizers of this event have no idea what they’re in for with me playing golf! I haven’t played golf since high school. It’s gonna be downright dangerous on that course with me out there swingin’ away! I’ll just plan on inspecting and evaluating the course’s wildlife habitat and lookin’ around for critters until I …

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Head to a Park and Wet Some Lines!

Sharing an article from today’s Omaha World-Herald by my buddy and Outdoor Writer Mark Davis regarding our Nebraska Free Fishing and State Park Entry Day tomorrow plus a few other pertinent items for you to know about heading to a park and wetting some lines: http://www.omaha.com/article/20130516/SPORTS/705169832/1603#free-fishing-day-aims-to-hook-participants See you on the water!

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Gobbler #3 – The Chocolate Tom

My 2013 Nebraska spring wild turkey hunting season is complete. Took Gobbler #3 Saturday evening hunting in the woodlands of northern Douglas County with Son Zach Wagner. Thanks for shooting the pics, Zach! What a beautiful bird! Since it didn’t have much white on it, Zach and I declared this turkey a term we acquired from the Daryl Bauer Family  — “The Chocolate Tom.” Here’s a different perspective and a closer look at the bird. If you’re curious, according to …

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Daryl Bauer Comes to Great Outdoor Radio Show

Nebraska’s fish and fishing guru Daryl Bauer of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s Fisheries Division comes to your airwaves Saturday morning on The Great Outdoor Radio Show. We have much to talk about when it comes to fishing here in the Cornhusker State this spring, don’t we? Absolutely! I know Daryl’s looking forward to your phone calls (he gets tired of hearing from me, HA!). I will tell you that Daryl spends tons of time on the water and …

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THE FISH CARS

My job at Game and Parks is always interesting and everyday is a learning experience (even with my 34 years of knowledge, HA!). Below is an example of that. Recently, I was forwarded an inquiry about a postcard a gentleman had come across of a train car with the name Nebraska Game and Fish Commission on it. I knew from working at the Ak-sar-ben Aquarium fisheries facility near Gretna many moons ago that this was indeed a fish car. Interestingly, …

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LECTURING TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT UNL

I can hardly wait until Tuesday (tomorrow) afternoon! I’ll be swinging by Game and Parks Headquarters on UNL’s East Campus to pick up my conservation compatriot Daryl Bauer of our Game and Parks Fisheries Division, and then it’s down the street to Hardin Hall Room 228 to Dr. Lisa Pennisi’s Environmental Communication Skills Class to lecture to UNL students from 2-3:15 p.m. Daryl and I will give another one of our unique, fun presentations about the importance of having and …

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