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    like musket man said montana hasnt sold out of there big game combo tags thats an option.

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    so how much does a nebraska muzzleloader tag cost? my wife has family around north platte much public around there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boehunter View Post
    so how much does a nebraska muzzleloader tag cost? my wife has family around north platte much public around there?
    I want to say $200something. pretty reasonable as far as NR deer tags go anyways. I been thinking about trying it some year.
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    i wonder if you can use a scope or open sights only i know north dakota its either 1 power scope or open sights. I will have to go read up.

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    As I understand it you can use any scope and you can even use smokeless powder. Its a bit different from WA where you cant even use a 209. lol
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    $20 habitat stamp and $209 deer permit. Scopes, in-lines and smokeless are all legal if I remember correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boehunter View Post
    so how much does a nebraska muzzleloader tag cost? my wife has family around north platte much public around there?
    Non-resident statewide buck---$521; November Firearm---$209; Muzzleloader---$209; Habitat Stamp---$20
    Info at: Nebraska Game and Parks website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    As I understand it you can use any scope and you can even use smokeless powder. Its a bit different from WA where you cant even use a 209. lol
    Legal means: scopes; 209 primers; any type of powder; sabots.
    Public land hunting areas are available. You can download a copy of the Big Game Regs. with maps and info online.

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    So basically anything you stuff a bullet in the front of is legal? $209 is pretty cheap for a NR tag anywhere!
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    The issue with NE is the deer are not as big, the public parcels are not as big (so you have deer right across the line on private most of the time), its not "Western" style hunting, and the Nov rifle hunt is a crazy circus.

    Top that with a major blue tongue, EHD or whatever it was outbreak and now they have lost 1/2 their herd in some places and the fire a couple years ago drove some animals off public.

    Im headed out there the first of May to turkey hunt so I am anxious to see what the fire aftermath looks like.

 

 

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