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2008 LICENSES AND PERMITS AVAILABLE DEC. 17
MORE THAN 1,100 NONRESIDENT DEER PERMITS STILL AVAILABLE
FINALIZED PLAN TO GUIDE CATFISH MANAGEMENT IN KANSAS
HUNTERS CAN DONATE EXCESS VENISON THROUGH FARMERS AND HUNTERS FEEDING THE HUNGRYFALL FISH SAMPLING HELPS BIOLOGISTS HELP ANGLERS Read More


2008 LICENSES AND PERMITS AVAILABLE DEC. 17

Licenses and permits good for rest of 2007, all of 2008 PRATT -- Holiday bargain days begin Dec. 17 at the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP). On that date, all 2008 KDWP licenses, permits, and other issues go on sale and will be valid for the remainder of 2007 and all of 2008, adding more than two weeks to their value. This incl ... Read More


MORE THAN 1,100 NONRESIDENT DEER PERMITS STILL AVAILABLE

Leftover deer permits being sold on first come, first served basis PRATT -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has announced that 1,130 nonresident firearms deer permits are still available in several deer management units, as of the week of Nov. 26. These permits were not taken in the May nonresident application period and a ... Read More


FINALIZED PLAN TO GUIDE CATFISH MANAGEMENT IN KANSAS

Plan serves as guidebook to maintaining, enhancing catfishing opportunities PRATT -- Catfish angling has a long history in Kansas. Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks fisheries biologists have developed a comprehensive plan to ensure that the tradition continues. Twelve species of catfish inhabit Kansas waters although channel, flathead, ... Read More


HUNTERS CAN DONATE EXCESS VENISON THROUGH FARMERS AND HUNTERS FEEDING THE HUNGRY

Meat processors, food banks, donors help provide more than 100,000 meals TONGANOXIE -- With the help of hunters, meat processors, and private donors, Kansas Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (KSFHFH) annually provides more than 100,000 meals to those in need, a figure that grows every year. The Kansas deer firearms season -- Nov. 28-Dec ... Read More


FALL FISH SAMPLING HELPS BIOLOGISTS HELP ANGLERS

Data used to compile 2008 Kansas Fishing Forecast PRATT -- Each year, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) raises and stocks millions of fish throughout the state, providing anglers with special opportunities to catch a wide variety of species. To monitor the health of fisheries and help anglers find the best places to fish, KD ... Read More