10/19/06

SOUTHEAST KANSAS HAS WATER WOES

Low water levels may spell poor waterfowl season PRATT -- Both ducks and waterfowl hunters are likely to be disappointed when they arrive at southeast Kansas waterfowl areas this fall. At Marais des Cygnes Wildlife Area , near Pleasanton, prolonged drought has nearly dried the Marais des Cygnes River, preventing wildlife area staff from pum ... Read More


WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION MEETING OCT. 26 IN CHANUTE

2007 spring turkey hunting, fishing regulations to be set PRATT -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission will conduct a public meeting and hearing at Neosho Community College Auditorium, Sanders Hall, on Thursday, Oct. 26. The afternoon session will begin at 1:30 p.m. The evening public hearing will begin at 7 p.m. The public is invited ... Read More


COOL AUTUMN BRINGS HOT FISHING

Cool water brings fish up from the deep PRATT -- Hot summer temperatures push fish into deep water and make them sluggish, but as fall cools the air and the water, fish are back on the move. This can be one of the best times to dust off the fishing gear and head to the lake. As water temperatures drop into the upper 60s, sport fish such as ... Read More


QU CHAPTER SPONSORS STAN BOOS MEMORIAL YOUTH HUNT

Quail Unlimited memorial hunt in Brown County HIAWATHA -- The Brown County Chapter of Quail Unlimited (QU) hold its first annual Stan Boos Memorial Youth Hunt on Saturday, Oct. 28. Participants will assemble on the parking lot of the Army National Guard Armory, 108 N. 1st Street in Hiawatha at 7 a.m. After check-in, they will proceed to the ... Read More