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NE Game and Parks Commission opens up entire state to teal hunting

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Teal hunting was generally restricted to the southern half of the state, but now hunters across the state of Nebraska will be allowed to hunt the waterfowl. 

The Nebraska Game and Parks commission voted to open all of Nebraska for teal hunting in 2014. The commission adopted to changed at their most recent meeting at Niobrara State Park.

New zone boundaries for teal hunting, the High Plains Zone encompasses the western half of the state, and the Low Plains Zone the eastern half.

The 2014 season dates for teal hunting are September 6-21 in the Low Plains Zone, and September 6-14 in the High Plains Zone.

Commissioners also set the youth waterfowl season in each of four zones for the Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding the start of the regular duck and merganser season.

The season dates for the regular duck and merganser season, as well as other waterfowl, will be determined at the next meeting late August.
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