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Paddlefish Snagging Applications


Friendly reminder: Paddlefish snagging permits accepted July 1-14 Applications for paddlefish snagging permits will be accepted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission from July 1-14. The application period opens at 1 p.m. Central time July 1. Mail applications must be received by Game and Parks’ Lincoln office by 5 p.m. Central on July 14, while online applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. Central on July 14. Two anglers may submit a joint application, but the applicants must both …

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Application Period, Paddlefish Snagging


We are in the middle of the application period for paddlefish snagging permits.  Consider this a reminder: Apply for a paddlefish snagging permit Experience the thrill of landing one of Nebraska’s most unique fish species! Apply for your chance to snag paddlefish in Nebraska from July 1-14. Here are some things you need to know: -An angler must be 12 years old by Oct. 1, 2023, to be eligible to apply for a snagging permit. -The application period opens at 1 …

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Updates, July 8, 2019

Powder Creek Reservoir

I know the big Independence Day holiday is now past us and I know that there have been news releases on these items already.  I am not trying to “break” the news here so much as just trying to spread it: Goose Lake Of course high water and flooding have made access to Goose Lake in Holt County nearly impossible this year.  That has improved and the road is open again now; the boat dock is in place.  Now all …

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Apply for paddlefish snagging permit through July 14

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LINCOLN, Neb. – Applications may be made for Nebraska paddlefish snagging permits through July 14. Snagging of paddlefish and nongame fish is permitted Oct. 1-31 in the Missouri River from the Gavins Point Dam west of Yankton, South Dakota, downstream to the mouth of the Big Sioux River at mile marker 734, west of Sioux City, Iowa. All inland waters in Nebraska are closed to paddlefish harvest. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has authorized 1,520 permits for residents and …

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