Spring turkey hunting permits for 2020 will be available from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission beginning Friday.
Wild turkey hunters in Nebraska enjoy high success rates. In the spring, hunters can purchase as many as three permits, with a bag limit of one turkey per permit.
The spring archery season opens March 25, youth shotgun on April 11 and regular shotgun on April 18. All spring turkey seasons close May 31.
Visit OutdoorNebraska.org or Game and Parks permitting offices to purchase permits.
Anglers should be aware of changes to Nebraska Game and Parks Commission sport fishing orders pertaining to daily bag limits, possession limits, length limits and open areas.
Trout:The daily bag and possession limits on cutthroat trout change from five and 12, respectively, to two and four, respectively, and only one fish in the bag can be 12 inches or longer.
Striped bass, white bass or wiper:No harvest is allowed at Omaha's Zorinsky Lake.
Channel catfish:The daily bag limit at Merritt Reservoir and Calamus Reservoir includes no more than one fish 30 inches or longer.
Muskellunge, tiger muskellunge:There is a 50-inch minimum length limit at Merritt.
To share your trophy picture or calendar item, send it to Outdoor Sports, World-Herald Sports Dept., 1314 Douglas St., Suite 700, Omaha, NE 68102 or email the photo and details to email@example.com. A daytime or cellphone number must be included.