The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has announced the hunters who have completed the Duck Slam for 2020. Of the 127 hunters that completed the challenge, nine were from outside of Nebraska, and six live within the KCNI/KBBN coverage area.
The slam challenges hunters to harvest a teal (blue-winged or green-winged) of either sex, as well as drakes of three other species: an American wigeon, a mallard, and a northern pintail. All ducks must be harvested in Nebraska, and hunters must upload a photo of each harvest at OutdoorNebraska.org/DuckSlam.
Those who completed the slam will receive an official certificate, a Nebraska Duck Slam pin, four tasty meals, and Central Flyway bragging rights. Additionally, all hunters who complete the slam during the 2020-2021 season will be registered to win one of several great prizes donated by Ducks Unlimited.
A drawing for the grand prize, Special Edition Ducks Unlimited Winchester SX 4 12-gauge shotgun, will take place on Feb. 20, 2021, at the Ducks Unlimited State Banquet.
The Duck Slam officially opened on September 15 and ran through Jan 27, 2021.