Whitetail Bowhunting Southeast NEContributors to this thread:
From: Neptune Archer
As a non-resident I bow hunted Southeast Nebraska from Nov 1st-6th and this 2 1/2 year old is the largest buck I encountered, so I passed on the opportunity to shoot it. (let them live a couple more years). With the liberal harvesting regulations of two bucks per gun hunter during the rut does this area have potential for harvesting a mature buck or is the general philosophy "if it's brown it's down?" Anyone have thoughts or hunting insight about the Southeast part of the your fine state?
unlimited over the counter tags.
Surrounded by states with hard to get tags...........
The Chamber of Commerce, (NE G&P) is happy to take your money though.
From: Aspen Ghost
There's a reason it's easy to get a permit. There is also a natural outcome of easily available permits - especially when rifle season is in the middle of the rut and hunters can have two buck permits. BTW, that's likely a 1 1/2 yo buck in the pic. Thanks for not shooting it. Unfortunately, most hunters in Nebraska are shooting that buck.