Archive for September, 2010
Load the kids up in the car and head for the countryside!
Autumn is the perfect time to revel in the beauty that Mother Nature shares with us before the somewhat less colorful winter months set in. Check out the sites below which contain suggestions of locations to visit in Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa to take in some amazing autumn beauty. The sites also offer interesting facts about the change of seasons which can make your outing an educational experience for More >
The 2010 deer season will be defined as a year of record antlerless whitetail harvest.
Goals in eastern deer units (Blue Northwest, Blue Southeast, Wahoo, Elkhorn, and Missouri) call for a 25-percent herd reduction over the next three years. An unlimited number of $10 October antlerless permits are authorized, and 250,000 permits and bonus tags that allow the harvest of antlerless whitetail are available. A 20-year trend of increasingly older bucks is expected to continue in 2010. In 2009, 30 percent of bucks More >
“ Well, although it was overcast, something was shining on me and a PT food plot this day, and the CHeif is dead. I have been watching this guy for two years now. I spotted him first on July 2009 trail cam pics. He was a 13 pointer, with a mainframe 6( plus a tine off the base) on one side, 5 on the other. I named him Cheif 12tine. In 2009, I captured several pictures and video of him, but never saw him while on stand. After a brutal winter, and worrying about his (and others) survival post rut, we found his left shed antler on our place. It was a 72 inch antler, so figured he was More >
Mark Your Calendar for the Burt/Washington County Ducks Unlimited Banquet on Tuesday, October 5th @ 5:30 at the Central Court Gym in Blair. Steak Dinner included in admission price. For more information or tickets, contact Doug Miller @ 402-968-8932 or Jason Christiansen @ 402-306-3383.
Keep in mind that a picture paints a thousand words!! Be sure to take photos now to capitalize on the beautiful change of seasons! Capture late summer blooms, colorful fall foilage, and verdant pastures to give buyers a view of your property that may be difficult for them to imagine in the heart of winter!!