Hunters asked to avoid standing crops; pheasant and quail seasons to change next year
The 2008 Kansas pheasant season opens on Saturday, Nov. 1, marking the beginning of upland bird seasons.
Upland game bird seasons for 2008 including the following:
- pheasant season (statewide) -- Nov. 1 through Ja ... Read More
New fishing method will begin in summer of 2009 on eight Kansas reservoirs
The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission has approved a pilot project to allow floatline fishing at eight reservoirs, beginning next summer. The Commission authorized the new fishing method at a public hearing in Tonganoxie Oct. 24.
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Colder weather buttons down some facilities during winter; all parks open
Kansas state parks began their off-season on Oct. 1, and it runs through March 31. During this time, many state parks cut down on services although all parks remain open. Hours and services vary among individual parks. Most park offices are open 8 a. ... Read More
Growing populations of snows and Canadas offer hunting opportunity through winter
For decades, the populations of both snow geese and Canada geese have been increasing in the Central Flyway. Accordingly, seasons of both species are long, and avid goose hunters are dusting off their decoys in anticipation.
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Online identification test required before obtaining a crane permit
The sandhill crane hunting season opens Nov. 5, and hunters pursuing this large game bird should be aware that the endangered whooping crane may be present during the sandhill crane season. Whooping cranes use the same habitats as sandhill cranes, and Quiv ... Read More
Light hunting pressure, solitude draw squirrel hunters out of fields and into woods
Early November may find most Kansas hunters dreaming of grassy fields and pheasants, but for the die-hard hunter who prefers woodlands and solitude, cool weather means squirrel hunting. The leaves have mostly fallen, making the hunter more ... Read More