Filed under: big game hunting, Deer, Hunting, outdoor adventures, Uncategorized | Tags: big game hunting, big game hunting blinds, deer hunting, deer hunting blinds, firearm deer hunting, Nebraska big game hunting, Nebraska firearm hunting, Nebraska October Deer Season, Nebraska whitetail deer hunting, Nebraska Whitetail Doe Season, October Antlerless Deer Season, whitetail deer hunting
I wanted to share with you the blind where I’m hunting whitetail does with my rifle during this early October Antlerless Deer Hunting Season in southeastern Nebraska. My cousin’s husband, Mark B. who oversees/manages my uncle’s farm – is a fantastic artist (and hunter), check out what I refer to as the “spooktacular” blind with its Halloween motif, ya’ gotta love it! Deer hunting is all about having fun, isn’t it?
Here’s the view from the blind where deer emerge from the timber in late afternoon.
Look closely, see the whitetail doe laying on the ground? The spooktacular blind produces results!
Deer hunting is also about experiencing Nebraska’s brilliant autumn sunsets. I’m seated in the blind looking out another window right about sunset.
I’ll see my friends and relatives out there, and you maybe at the gas station, in my big game hunting blaze orange costume headed to the spooktacular blind, boo!
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Filed under: Deer, hunters, Hunting | Tags: 2010 Nebraska Big Game Hunting Information, deer hunting, firearm deer hunting, Hunting, Nebraska big game hunting, Nebraska Big Game Hunting Guide, nebraska deer hunting, Nebraska hunting, Nebraska Whitetail Doe Season, October Antlerless Deer Season, Whitetail Does
It was a good opening weekend in the field for me and my hunting partner to do our part for deer management with our centerfire rifles during Nebraska’s special October Antlerless Deer Hunting Season targeting whitetail does. Did you participate in this season? How’d you do? Give us an update if you feel inclined. For us, despite crops still standing in the field, deer movement was good, better than expected, actually. I shot the two young whitetail does pictured below during the late afternoon session yesterday, October 3rd on a relative’s farm next door to ours in Sarpy County. The does come out of big, broad area of timber onto a grassy pasture and were making their way to adjacent unharvested soy bean fields.
My hunting partner Andre also had success and shot this adult whitetail doe yesterday morning, October 3rd with his rifle. He took this nice doe along a well-used deer trail in woods leading to a core bedding area for the whitetails.
Get specific information for yourself and your hunting partner(s) on the October Antlerless Deer Hunting Season (which continues through October 11th in more than half of the state) by reading over a copy of the 2010 Big Game Guide. It’s accessible by clicking here: http://outdoornebraska.ne.gov/hunting/guides/biggame/pdfs/biggame.pdft
Take care, might see you in the office. Well, probably not. I’ll be heading back to the deer blind soon to harvest more antlerless whitetails. I hunt from a unique deer hunting blind, more on that in the coming days … Stay tuned!!!
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I just purchased my resident $11.00 October Antlerless Deer Hunting Season Permit to harvest two antlerless whitetail deer with any legal weapon in the open management unit from Oct. 2-11. What a bargain!
Are you a deer hunter? Look at the map below, do you have any land within the management unit boundaries where you deer hunt?
Why not take advantage of this early season opportunity to do(e) your part for the landowner, the motorist, the wildlife manager and more so, for the overall health of the whitetail herds in these respective areas.
Remember, you can actually buy as many of these October Antlerless Deer Hunting Season Permits as you want! In case you’re wondering, the nonresident price for the October permit is $55 (still a bargain). Here’s where you go to purchase your permit (and current habitat stamp if you don’t have one already): https://ngpc-permits.ne.gov/NGPC-PS/faces/public/welcome
Don’t forget your blaze orange cap and vest in the field. See you out there, do(e)ing your part!