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Keller Park Picnicking/Hiking

Picnic facilities are available for day use, while there is a large picnic shelter for family gatherings and other group get-together. Hikers, too, will enjoy this exceptional area, as they meander through the grasslands and canyons. There'

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Merritt Fishing

Merritt Reservoir offers some of Nebraska's premiere fishing. It is a deep lake with excellent inflow from the Snake River and Boardman Creek, Consequently, the reservoir is well-insulated against excessive drawdown

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Keller Park Camping

An ideal get-away-from-it-all spot for campers, as well, camping enthusiasts

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Davis Creek Camping

Facilities at the lake include boating access, restrooms, picnic facilities, primitive camping, and a handicapped accessible fishing dock.

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Merritt Reservoir

Merritt Reservoir Creel Survey::

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Calamus Reservoir Camping/Parks

Half of the modern campsites at Homestead Knolls and Nunda Shoal can be reserved up to a year prior to arrival; the remainder are available on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations may be made up to a year in advance of arrival date, and can be made on-line, by phone or in person.

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Keller Park Fishing

Keller Park State Recreation Area is one of the few spots in Nebraska where anglers will be able to catch both warm and cold water fish species. The ponds have been stocked by the Game and Parks Commission's Fisheries Division to provide recreation for park visitors as follows: Pond #1

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Calamus Reservoir Fishing

Walleye, wipers, channel cat, crappie, bass,muskellunge, pike and white bass are there to test your skills as an angler. Spring up to early summer is usually the best time for walleyeor crappie. As the water warms white bass, catfish and wipers will become a bit more active. In 2000

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Keller Park Hunting

In the fall, the area opens to hunting, in season, the day after Labor Day. Hunters will find opportunity for cottontails, squirrels, mourning doves, some quail, an occasional pheasant, and even grouse, both prairie chickens and sharptails, along with deer and wild turkey.

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Calamus Reservoir Boating

There are five public boat ramps where access can be gained to the lake. As always be careful in low water conditions and be on the lookout for structure just below the surface. Any questions? Call the number below.

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Calamus Reservoir 2011 Fall Fish Survey

The fishing out look for Calamus Reservoir has some good outlooks for the walleye fishing during 2012. The link below will take you to the Nebraska Fish and Game\'s 2011 Fall Fishing Survey.

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