All of our 2019 Nebraska turkey hunters saw incredible action; we had so many of what I call ‘classic’ hunts where birds were called in and came into the decoys in classic style. Just way too any great moments to list in a short web update, but as you can see by the photos, that there were many smiles on our hunters' faces. So much so that, for the third year, all hunters plan to make a return run in 2020. As similar to our waterfowl hunts, these hunters have the same opportunity to hold their same dates for the following year if so wished. Following are just a few photos of our spring success.
Jason Flook took two wolves after having a very large pack of 8-10 come into his bait location, and then days later getting another crack as a pair came back in. We are going to continue to look at running just a few hunters seasonal until we see that wolf numbers are where we need to run full steam ahead. Jason's pictures below as are two of many trail camera photos of wolves heading towards bait location. This wolf came right up to the camera. Being that the trail camera was on a beaver stump in the middle of a lake, wolves traditionally use this as a peeing post, as can be seen by this wolf’s underside.