3/23/06

KDWP BIOLOGISTS HARVESTING WALLEYE EGGS

Biologists from Canada observing; eggs being propagated on site at Cheney PRATT -- One of Kansas’ most popular angling opportunities is just beginning as walleye move into shallow, rocky areas -- usually rip-rap along the face of dams -- to spawn. As waters warm and days grow longer, walleye abandon deep water and migrate to these spawning ... Read More


WOMEN’S RECREATIONAL SHOOTING DAY AT FANCY CREEK SHOOTING RANGE APRIL 8

A day of safe, fun shooting sports just for women MANHATTAN -- On Saturday, April 8, the National Rifle Association's Women On Target program from Women of the NRA will conduct a shooting event for women ages 16 and older. The event will be held from 8 a.m. through 3 p.m. at the Fancy Creek Range in the Tuttle Creek State Park, near Randolp ... Read More


SPECIAL LIMITED TURKEY HUNTS FOCUS ON BEGINNING HUNTERS

Several events designed for youth, disabled, women, and novice hunters PRATT -- On the weekends of April 8-9, 15-16, and 22-23, the Westar Energy Green Team will host first-time turkey hunters at its Jeffrey Energy Center west of Topeka. Assisted by volunteer, employee guides and hunting from stationary ground blinds, youngsters and their a ... Read More


EL DORADO STATE PARK OFFERS GEOCACHING

Visitors use global positioning systems to find buried "treasure" EL DORADO -- For those who visit El Dorado State Park to hunt, fish, camp, hike, or just relax and enjoy nature, there is now a new outdoor pursuit to add to this list of activities. "Geocaching" is a worldwide game for Global Positioning System (GPS) user ... Read More