|Hunting & Fishing|
Center your crosshairs on Nebraska hunting
Whether you enjoy hunting a variety of game or are dedicated to the pursuit of specific quarry, you can find what you’re looking for in the open fields and dense woodlands scattered throughout the state. Seasons are generally long, and permits are easy and convenient to obtain.
Get hooked on Nebraska fishing
With more than 450 public waterways throughout Nebraska, a fishing hole is always nearby. Have your tackle box equipped to reel in walleye, bass, panfish, catfish, trout and more.
Partner with a Nebraska outfitter
Professional hunting outfitters and guides can help novice or experienced hunters make the most of their outdoor adventures. For many, an outfitted hunting trip is the only practical way to experience the rich hunting heritage of Nebraska. Professional outfitters and guides can help you plan and ensure a successful hunt at any skill level.
Carry the proper permits
Hunting in Nebraska is easy and affordable, but you still need the right permits before you’re allowed to bag that prize quarry. Hunting permits are needed by residents and nonresidents alike. Nebraska residents aged 16 and over who hunt upland game or waterfowl need a hunting permit. All nonresidents, regardless of age, must have a Nebraska hunting permit. Habitat stamps are also required for every resident aged 16 years or older and all nonresidents.