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Hunting reminders for public lands around Gavins Point Project.

With hunting season fast approaching, hunters are reminded of regulations for hunting on Gavins Point Project lands near Yankton, South Dakota. These rules are in place to help manage the public land and water resources, and for visitor safety. The areas included in these regulations are Corps of Engineers-managed lands around Lewis and Clark Lake, Lake Yankton (near Yankton, South Dakota), Audubon Bend Area (near Wynot, Nebraska), and North Alabama Bend Area (near Vermillion, Sout Dakota). Hunting is permitted outside developed recreation and operations areas unless otherwise posted. All visitors are reminded to check for current state regulations, hunting seasons, and to be aware and courteous of hunters while out in the field. [Read More]
Published: Aug-21-18

Hunters reminded removal dates for tree stands and duck blinds approaching

Hunters around Gavins Point Project, near Yankton, SD are reminded that deadlines for removing tree stands and duck blinds are coming soon. [Read More]
Published: Feb-02-18

Hunters reminded of tree stand requirements at the Gavins Point Project

Hunters are reminded of tree stand requirements on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lands at Gavins Point Project. These lands are located in Yankton County, South Dakota; Clay County, South Dakota; Knox County, Nebraska; and Cedar County, Nebraska. [Read More]
Published: Aug-03-17

Annual Gavins Point Project Duck Blind Permit Applications accepted now through August 16

The 2017 Annual Lewis and Clark Lake Duck Blind Permit application period is now open through August 16, 2017. Applications are available online or may be picked-up in person at the Lewis and Clark Visitor Center located at 55245 Highway 121, Crofton, Nebraska. [Read More]
Published: Jul-13-17

Hunters reminded of tree stand removal deadline at the Gavins Point Project

Hunters who placed tree stands on U. S. Army Corps of Engineers lands at Gavins Point Project near Yankton, SD are reminded that stands must be removed no later than Wednesday, February 15. Stands not removed may result in impoundment or citations. [Read More]
Published: Jan-19-17

Hunters reminded of tree stand requirements at the Gavins Point Project

Hunters are reminded of tree stand requirements on U. S. Army Corps of Engineers lands, located in Yankton and Clay counties in South Dakota and Knox and Cedar counties in Nebraska. Portable tree stands are permitted, and may remain on project lands from August 15 through February 15 each year. [Read More]
Published: Jul-28-16

Hunters reminded of regulations for tree stand and blinds

Hunters on U.S. Army Corps of Engineer lands at the Gavins Point Project near Yankton, SD are reminded to follow regulations for using hunting blinds and tree stands. [Read More]
Published: Nov-10-15