Enjoy Deer Season in Cheyenne County!

Come to Cheyenne County and enjoy great Deer hunting opportunities!

Season Dates: 

Archery: Sept. 1, 2020 – Dec. 31, 2020
November firearm: Nov. 14, 2020 – Nov. 22, 2020
Muzzleloader: Dec. 1, 2020 – Dec. 31, 2020
Season choice antlerless: Sept. 1, 2020 – Jan. 15, 2021


Permit Required:

Deer Permit
Habitat Stamp

*Permits can be purchased online, at any district office, state park or permit vendor...

Start looking up CRP and Stubble land near Exit 59: 

Record your harvest with Telecheck.

All deer harvested, including during the November firearm season, must checked via Telecheck.
Physical check stations are not operating in 2020 because of COVID-19 concerns.

• Deer harvested must be checked via Telecheck within 48 hours of kill, but no later than 1 p.m. on the day after the close of the season for which the permit was valid.
• Deer harvested must be checked in before leaving the state.
• Each permit holder is responsible for registering his or her own deer.
• The permit holder must record the seal number on the permit of any deer checked via Telecheck. That number and permit must be retained while transporting the deer
to a point of permanent storage or processing.
• Deer may be checked online or by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call the phone number on the permit or visit OutdoorNebraska.gov/telecheck/.

Hunters who have difficulty completing the online registration process may call their local Game and Parks district office or service center between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. during the season: Lincoln, Wildlife Division office, 402-471-9932; Alliance district office, 308-763-2940; Kearney service center, 308-865-5310; Norfolk district office, 402-370-3374; Bassett service center, 402-684-2921; or North Platte district office, 308-535-8025.

Make Cheyenne County your home base.


Cheyenne County has a wide variety of places to stop and enjoy a warm meal before or after you get in from your hunt.


No matter what type of stay you prefer, Cheyenne County has it all. Hotels, motels, campgrounds and RV Parks.


Running low on ammo, camo, or other hunting necessities? Cheyenne County has multiple retails that can help you gear up and get out in the field.


Cheyenne County is abundant in walk-in public hunting land. Luckily we have what is most important...Pheasants, Pheasants and more Pheasants!

Photos courtesy of: 

Highby Outdoors