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Nebraska Bull and Cow Elk Hunting with Oldaker Outfitting

Prepare to feast your eyes on some prize Nebraska Elk hunting territory!

Our elk hunting is located in the Sioux and Dawes County units in the northwest corner of the state of Nebraska. Our “Hat Creek, and Ash Creek Unit” provides over 12,000 acres of prime elk territory covered with ponderosa timber, creeks, water holes, badlands, cultivated fields, and open prairie mixed with deep dark rocky canyons. The state of Nebraska opened our “Ash Creek Unit” in 2007, and we still have never had an elk taken off of the property, do to tag availability. In that unit we are waiting for someone who is interested to get selected, so he or she can harvest a magnificent trophy from that unit. With Nebraska being on a draw status for elk permits, it is tuff to draw a tag. We recommend for our visitors who are interested to never quit trying, build your points up, and give us a call if you ever get drawn for either of our units for a once in a life time opportunity for a trophy bull, or cow elk. This makes for a great experience that will provide our clients with a chance of bagging a trophy class bull elk anywhere from 200 to 350-plus. These magnificent animals can be pursued with the weapon of your choice from the end of September to the end of October. Cow elk season starts and ends the same time as the bull elk season. There is also a special season in December that lasts part of the month to harvest cow elk. You will have the option of hunting by stand, ground blind, and spot and stalk. We expect some great trophy size bulls to be harvested in both of these areas. Each and every year the Nebraska Game and Parks are issuing more elk tags, allowing for more opportunities to draw a tag.

Semi-Guided Nebraska Rifle/Muzzleloader/Archery Cow Elk Hunts Include: (3) full days of hunting with (4) free nights of lodging, as well as pre-season scouting, confirmed locations of cow elk populations, travel corridors, blinds, and tree stand set ups, and feeding areas prior to your arrival. This allows you to begin hunting immediately! Meals can be included with this type of hunt package for an additional price.

Fully-Guided Rifle/Muzzleloader/Archery Bull Elk Hunts Include: (5) full days of hunting with (6) free nights of lodging, as well as, meals/snacks, 1 guide on 2 hunter guiding, harvested game care, pre-season scouting, transportation, and already placed blinds and tree stands.

    - Elk tags are limited, and they depend on a draw status.
    - Apply for the, “Hat Creek, or Ash Creek Units”.
    - The Hat Creek Unit offers more tags each and every year for a easier draw selection.
    - The Ash Creek Unit offers a limited amount of tags.

“Not included with elk hunt packages”: No hunting licenses or permits, meat processing, taxidermy, shipping cost, airline tickets, transportation from starting/ending point of hunt, gratuities towards the cook/guide.

Nebraska Elk Hunting Seasons:

    - Bull Elk Rifle/Muzzleloader/Archery: September 26th to Oct 25th.
    - Early season Cow Elk Rifle/Muzzleloader/Archery: September 26th to Oct 25th
    - Late Season Cow Elk Rifle/Muzzleloader/Archery: December 1st to December 21st

License fees:

    Resident: Nebraska Bull/Cow Elk weapon of choice hunting permits are $159 each, plus $16 habitat stamp.
    Resident: Nebraska Bull/Cow Elk weapon of choice application fee is $8.50.
    Resident-Land owner: Nebraska Bull/Cow Elk weapon of choice hunting permits are $39.40.
    Non-hunters are always welcome, call for current pricing.

Permits can be purchased online and printed out on the Nebraska Game and Parks website at www.outdoornebraska.org.

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