Please visit our press room to view our archive of news releases about events, projects, hunting outlooks, fish stockings and more.
Other resources published by the Commission include:
Learn about our mission, structure, funding sources and about the economic impact of outdoor recreation in this brief overview.
Each year, the Commission publishes an annual report highlighting major accomplishments from the preceding year. A digital version of the report is available to the public.
View 2017 annual report
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s strategic plan, Focus on the Future, details long-term plans for ensuring the future of Nebraska’s wildlife and wild places.
View Focus on the Future
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission strives to be proactive for the future, creating short- and long-term plans to guide its actions. Learn more about the recent plans that have been created for the agency.
A comprehensive list of rules, regulations and orders pertaining to hunting, fishing, parks and more, as well as to orders and regulations being considered by the Commission, is available on the regulations page of the website.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission publishes a variety of hunting guides, which include useful information including season dates, bag limits, identification tips and much more. Visit our guides page for a full list of available guides, as well as to view them online.
Published annually, this resource is a consolidated atlas of lands available for public hunting and fishing in Nebraska. The atlas includes detailed maps, as well as other resources for those seeking places to hunt and fish.
View public access atlas
This guide is designed to give communities they tools they need to develop, maintain, upgrade and promote a successful water trail.
View Water Trails Guide
The agency publishes NEBRASKAland magazine 10 times a year. This award-winning magazine includes in-depth stories about hunting, fishing, state parks, Nebraska history and much more, as well as photography showcasing Nebraska’s beauty. A digital copy of the current issue of the magazine is available on the NEBRASKAland website at no charge, as are blogs, feature stories, photo galleries and more.
Visit NEBRASKAland Magazine website