NEBRASKAland

NEBRASKAland October 2017

NEBRASKAland Magazine is dedicated to outstanding photography and informative writing with an engaging mix of articles and photos highlighting Nebraska’s outdoor activities, parklands, wildlife, history and people.

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62 NEBRASKAland • OCTOBER 2017 Send contributions to: Portraits from the Past, NEBRASKAland Magazine, P.O. Box 30370, Lincoln, NE 68503-0370. Or e-mail to Tim.Reigert@Nebraska.gov. Photos should show people enjoying Nebraska outdoor activities, such as camping, boating, hunting or fishing, and must have been taken before 1980. We will give priority to unusual photos or activities. When possible, please include a story about the photograph and identify the people, places and approximate date it was taken. Text may be edited and photos adjusted for reproduction. All photos will be returned. This is a picture (circa 1954) of me and my brother, Larry Hupka, right, fishing at what we called Medicine Lake but is now Harry Strunk Lake. We spent many days fishing lakes, farm ponds and rivers around Nebraska with our father, Glen Hupka, who was an avid fisherman, and I am happy to say Larry and I are fishing partners to this day. Our dad passed away several years ago, and we think of him every time we wet a fishing line. – Marlin Hupka, Lincoln, Nebraska ▲ My father, Olof Klanderud, and Henry Leader caught four spoonbill, one carp and a sturgeon weighing 42 pounds. All were caught in an afternoon below the dam at Gavins Point, November 1959. I was in the Navy at that time but have had many great fishing and hunt trips in Cedar County. – Larry Klanderud, Bellevue, Nebraska ▲ My dad, Dean Simonson, right, and my uncle, Duane, in Worms, Nebraska, in the early- to mid-1960s. The pheasant populations were so high that for a few years, of your four-bird bag limit, one could be a hen. My dad has been deceased since 1967, and my uncle lives in Buffalo, Wyoming, while I live five miles from Worms. – Ron Simonson, Palmer, Nebraska ▲

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