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Hunters may enter a lottery to gain deer hunting access to PRRA lands in the central Platte River Valley

Nebraska Games and Parks Commission

Nebraska Games and Parks Commission

Lincoln, NE -(Ammoland.com)- Hunters may enter a lottery to gain deer hunting access to Platte River Recreation Access (PRRA) lands in the central Platte River Valley, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Forty-six hunters will be chosen from a random drawing in early October and allowed to hunt deer on designated PRRA lands Nov. 16-23. Applications, limited to one per person, will be accepted by mail or in person at the Game and Parks service center in Kearney from Sept. 1 through 5 p.m. on Sept. 30.

Hunters can apply to hunt three areas but will only receive permission on one area if their name is drawn. Lottery winners will be notified by Oct. 20. Hunters are required to obtain the appropriate deer permit and habitat stamp in order to hunt. PRRA lands are closed to all access from Oct. 1 to Nov. 15.

More information and a map showing the available areas can be obtained at PlatteAccess, by calling 308-865-5338 or e-mailing ngpc.platteaccess@nebraska.gov.

PRRA lands are lands purchased by the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program for the restoration and maintenance of habitat for three threatened and endangered species in the central Platte River Valley. The PRRA program allows limited access to these properties when access will not disturb these species. More information on the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program can be found at PlatteRiverProgram.

About The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

The mission of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is stewardship of the state’s fish, wildlife, park, and outdoor recreation resources in the best long-term interests of the people and those resources. To accomplish that purpose, the Commission plans and implements its policies and programs efficiently and objectively; maintains a rich and diverse environment in Nebraska’s lands and waters; provides outdoor recreation opportunities; manages wildlife resources for the maximum benefit of the people; and attempts to help Nebraskans appreciate their role in the natural world.

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