Public hunting opportunities on DU properties in Nebraska

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DU properties open to public hunting in Nebraska

Please review the rules and regulations for hunting on DU properties. Failure to abide these regulations will result in repealing of hunting privileges on DU properties. Each hunter must also read, understand and agree to the laws, rules and regulations of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to hunt on DU properties in Nebraska.

Hinze property is an 86 acre tract located 3 miles south and two miles east of Rising City in Butler County.  

Bergen property is 75 acres located in Clay County approximately 3.5 miles east of Eldorado. The property is at the corner of County Road U and County Road 324.

Morgan II  property is a 120-acre tract in Clay County adjacent to Smith Waterfowl Production Area. 

Real is 160 acres adjacent to Real Waterfowl Production Area in Fillmore County.

Anest is 685 acres in Morrill County.

Craig is 224 acres in Lincoln County.

Cottonwood Ranch is 160 acres in Phelps County.

Alberts is 121 acres in Kearney County.

Ohiowa is 112 acres in Fillmore County near Ohiowa.

Jessen is a 52-acre property in northeast Chase County.

Beam property is a 447-acre tract in Garden County, subject to the Garden County North Platte River Refuge regulations.

Verona property is in Clay County located three miles east and one mile north of Clay Center. The Wolf North Unit on the property is reserved for youth hunting only. No fee is required to hunt on the property. A free access permit is required and can be obtained at the hunter registration site in the parking area of the Wolf North Tract (see map).

Kohtz, 160 acres Hamilton County 6 miles north of Hampton, NE

Heinrichs, 160 acres Fillmore County adjacent to Krause Waterfowl Production Area. 

Dewell, 214 acres Keith County north of Brule, NE

Hasemann, off of Highway 275, 6 miles south of West Point, NE on the Cuming/Dodge County line.

Please follow all rules and regulations for hunting and use of Ducks Unlimited properties in Nebraska. All federal and state hunting regulations must be followed and licenses must be obtained while hunting on DU properties.