12/27/07

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KANSAS WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION TO DISCUSS 2008 DEER REGULATIONS
FIREARMS EXTENDED WHITETAIL ANTLERLESS SEASON OPENS JAN. 1
KANSAS HUNTERS AND ANGLERS SPEND $607 MILLION A YEARFIELD CARE KEY TO PUTTING GOOD VENISON ON THE TABLE Read More


KANSAS WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION TO DISCUSS 2008 DEER REGULATIONS

Regulations considered to accommodate changes in deer statutes INDEPENDENCE – After two years of discussion and work, major changes in the Kansas deer permit/management program are taking form. The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission will workshop regulations regarding deer hunting and permit allocation at a Jan. 10 meeting in Independence. ... Read More


FIREARMS EXTENDED WHITETAIL ANTLERLESS SEASON OPEN JANUARY 1 - 6

Season not open in all units, and regular-season permit and game tag restrictions apply The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) will conduct a firearms extended whitetail antlerless deer season Jan. 1-6, 2008. Many hunters who did not fill a deer permit or deer game tag during one of the regular 2007 seasons (muzzleloader, archery ... Read More


KANSAS HUNTERS AND ANGLERS SPEND $607 MILLION A YEAR

Sportsmen's activities have significant impact on economy WASHINGTON, D.C. -- When it comes to the economy, Kansas' 425,000 hunters and anglers are among the most prominent and influential of all demographic groups, spending more than $607 million a year on hunting and fishing, according to a new report. The report, Hunting and Fishing: Brig ... Read More


FIELD CARE KEY TO PUTTING GOOD VENISON ON THE TABLE

Clean and cool are the keywords for good table fare PRATT -- Although the 2007 regular firearms deer season is over, archery hunters are still afield, and firearms hunters are looking forward to the Jan. 1-6 whitetail antlerless-only season in many deer management units. One of the best rewards of a successful deer hunt is the meat, but the ... Read More