Nebraska mule deer hunting is somewhat of a sleeper and the price is right. PLUS you get the opportunity to add a second deer. When you go mule deer hunting in Nebraska, your tag is also good for a whitetail. Nebraska mule deer hunting permits are over-the-counter with no draw required.
- Permits are cheap when compared to other states.
- Good food sources, and genetics.
- In Nebraska you can hunt both mule deer and whitetails.
- Nebraska is less expensive in general and travel to this state is easy.
- Both rifle and archery seasons fall during the rut in Nebraska allowing terrific opportunity for a trophy of a lifetime.
- The muzzleloader hunts cover part of the run and when deer congregate in the winter feeding grounds.
The Nebraska rifle deer season falls during the rut! ‘Nuf said.
Archery season falls during the rut in Nebraska allowing a terrific opportunity for a trophy of a lifetime. This is a great archery deer hunt (you can hunt mule deer AND whitetails) due to the sheer abundance of game, and the opportunity to harvest two Pope and Young animals on the same outing.
Muzzleloader hunts take place in mid December as winter is moving in. Feed patterns can be very predictable during this time. Often this hunt allows for the highest number of deer sightings. Hunters can expect to see a high quantity of deer and success rates on these hunts are typically high.
The terrain in Nebraska is diverse.
In one day you might hunt creek bottoms, cultivated fields, and Sandhill country. It’s a fairly easy hunt, physically due to the rolling, almost flat terrain. Hunting might range from spot-and-stalk to ground blinds depending on the situation.