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18 | Boating Safety Info: 402-471-5462 Key to Abbreviations: WMA – wildlife management area SP – state park SRA – state recreation area NWR – national wildlife refuge WPA – waterfowl production area USFWS – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Name of water body, county of location) Arnold Lake – Custer Avocet Lake WMA – Grant Bassway Strip WMA – Buffalo Bear Pierce Cedar 2A – Gage Birdwood WMA – Lincoln Blue Hole West WMA – Buffalo Blue Lake – Garden Brady WMA – Lincoln Bruning Dam – Fillmore Buckley 3F – Jefferson Buckskin Hills WMA – Dixon Bufflehead WMA – Buffalo Burchard Lake WMA – Pawnee California Bend – Washington Carter Lake – east leg – Douglas CenturyLink Lake – Cass Chalkrock Lake WMA – Cedar Cheyenne SRA – Hall Clatonia 3A – Gage Clear Lake – Brown Coot Shallows WMA – Buffalo Cottonmill Lake – Buffalo Cottontail Lake – Lancaster Cottonwood-Steverson Lake WMA – Cherry Crescent Lake WMA – Garden Cozad WMA – Dawson Cub Creek 9B (Leisure Lake) – Jefferson Cub Creek 12A – Jefferson Czechland Lake – Saunders DeFair Lake WMA – Grant DeSoto Bend NWR Lake – Washington Dogwood WMA – Dawson East Gothenburg WMA – Dawson East Hershey WMA – Lincoln East Sutherland WMA – Lincoln Elwood Reservoir WMA – Gosper Fremont Slough WMA – Lincoln Fremont SRA, Lake No. 16 – Dodge Fremont Lakes SRA, No. 20, west bay – Dodge Frye Lake WMA – Grant Gallagher Canyon Reservoir – Dawson Gavins Point Dam tailwaters – Cedar Glenn Cunningham Lake – Douglas Goose Lake WMA – Holt Grand Island Eagle Scout Lake – Hall Grand Island L.E. Ray Lake – Hall Grove Lake WMA – Antelope Hamburg Bend – Otoe Hayes Center WMA – Hayes Hedgefield Lake WMA – Lancaster Hershey WMA – Lincoln Holdrege North Park Lake – Phelps Homestead Lake – Butler Home Valley Lake WMA – Cherry Hull Lake WMA – Boyd Iron Horse Trail Lake – Pawnee Kearney WMA (Kea Lake) – Buffalo Kea West WMA – Buffalo Kramper Lake – Dakota Lake Babcock – Platte Lake Ericson – Wheeler Lake Helen – Dawson Lake Ogallala SRA – Keith Lake Wanahoo SRA – Saunders Lawrence Youngman Lake – Douglas Liberty Cove Reservoir – Webster Lone Star Recreation Area – Fillmore Long Lake – Brown Maple Creek Reservoir – Colfax Maskenthine Lake – Stanton Meadowlark Lake – Seward Memphis Lake SRA – Saunders Merganser Lake – Lancaster Mormon Island SRA Middle Lake – Hall Mormon Island SRA West Lake – Hall North Platte I-80 Lake – Lincoln Olive Creek Lake SRA – Lancaster All waters in Nebraska are open waters. The following are lists of waters with special restrictions. Those restrictions apply except as posted and the use by Nebraska Game and Parks Commission employees and their designees engaged in Game and Parks authorized activities. NO WAKE /5 MPH It is unlawful to operate a vessel with speed in excess of 5 mph: BOATING WATERS

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