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NE Nebraska Turkey hunt info

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Looking for an area to hunt around the Souix City area. Need to know the dates to apply and where. Need to check on getting a map of that area and if a person could hunt the Indian res. Any thing would help me. From the Worthington Mn. area.. Thanks 57

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sticknstring

You don't need to apply. Tags are over the counter and you can buy up to three. The NE game parks website is very helpful with maps, etc. Can't help you with the indian res land as I've never done it.

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sticknstring, thanks. Is there a sight that you can down load mngt. areas or a book that you can purchase that has all the mngt area's in it. Is that all under public hunting area's in Nebraska hunting web sight? How does a guy narrow it down to the NE zone in the Sioux City area? Thanks 57.

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Powerstroke

Nebraska has at least two different public land maps on their dnr website. One is a plain atlas that is broken down into small zones. That map is available online or in a paper copy. In fact I think they usually have it available at the sportmans show in Mpls if you come for that. Otherwise, I'm sure you can order it.

The onther one is an interactive type like google maps and can be very helpful for getting details about the spots and their boundaries using aerial photos and overlays.

NE is a great state to try because they are so welcoming of non-res hunters and make it very easy to do.

Another map that is available is from the Feds on the federal forests but I don't think any of those lands are in the NE corner of the state.

Ive also never hunted the res so I'm not much help there. Mos tof the reservations have their own system for the hunts and tags so look them up and contact them directly.

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57 I grew in sioux city live there 40 years and killed a ton of gobblers.Not much public on nebraska side of the river.But winnebago reservation is crawling with turkeys.Was one of the first white men to hunt there.I can try to help if you pm me your number I can call you would be glad to help.Thanks

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sent you a PM. Let me know if you got it.. (57)Is the reservation tags around Soiux City in the Iowa area? Dont need Nebraska then if so,right??

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fletcher

2/15 application must be received by winnebago, NE

$25 application, fee money order only.

2 birds per tag drawing on 2/18.

50 tags available per season.

$175 tag, if surplus bonus available $50 per bird

http://winnebagotribe.com/images/wildlife_parks/Spring%202013%20Turkey%20Application.pdf

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sticknstring

$25 just to apply? Wow! About the same price as taking two birds on state land though. Having fun on the cheap is getting harder to come by! smile

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