10-day anterless deer season opens in Nebraska
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska’s October antlerless deer season is now open, giving more hunters an opportunity to harvest two deer with one $11 permit.
The open area has been expanded this year to include most of eastern and north-central Nebraska. The season runs until Oct. 11.
Game and Parks Commission big game program manager Kit Hams said he hopes at least 5,000 hunters participate.
There is an unlimited number of permits available, $11 for Nebraska residents and $55 for out-of-state hunters. The bag limit is two antlerless whitetails per permit.
Permits may be purchased at OutdoorNebraska.org.