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Antelope Permit Information

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FIREARM PRONGHORN - (includes muzzleloader)
2014 Season
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Management Unit
Permits
LL
Type
Banner North 76 38 ES
Banner South 44 22 ES
Box Butte East 30 15 ES
Box Butte West 50 25 ES
Cherry 75 38 ES
Cheyenne 30 15 ES
Dismal 16 8 ES
Eastern Sandhills 14 7 B
Garden 30 15 ES
North Sioux 100 50 ES
All Oct Firearm 484 233  
Box Butte East Late 10 5 D/F
Box Butte East Central Late 26 13 D/F
Box Butte West Late 20 10 D/F
Box Butte West River Late 10 5 D/F
Cherry Late 13 7 D/F
Cheyenne Late 10 5 D/F
North Sioux Late 60 30 D/F
Auction 4    
North Sioux MZ 25 13 ES
Prairie MZ 91 46 ES
   
TOTALS 734 367  


*Excesses of permits sold over number authorized are landowner permits
**Permit Type:  B --- Buck only     ES --- Either Sex         D/F --- Doe Fawn (Legal Doe/Fawn = Antelope with no horns or with horns shorter than ears )


Season Dates: 

October Firearm Season:
October 11 through October 26, 2014

Doe/Fawn Late Season:
November 1 through January 31, 2015

Muzzleloader Season:
September 20-October 5, 2014

(North Sioux Muzzleloader, Prairie Muzzleloader)

Area Open:  See unit descriptions

*Fort Robinson State Park is closed to Pronghorn hunting.

*Prairie Muzzleloader - Statewide, except that the North Sioux Firearm Unit and Bessey Division of the Nebraska National Forest counties are not included.

** On the Bessey Division of the Nebraska National Forest, harvest is limited to 1 antelope with horns longer than ears.


General Information:  Success for the 2013 firearm season averaged 57%.  626 pronghorn (522 bucks and 104 doe/fawn) were harvested by 1099 firearm and muzzleloader hunters.  

Harvest Strategy:  Increases in landowner permits, either sex and doe/fawn permits, will help to address landowner damage complaints while maintaining buck quality and hunter success.  

 

 

 

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