12/8/11

KANSAS WILDLIFE, PARKS AND TOURISM COMMISSION MOVES TO PROTECT KANSAS WATERS

Dec. 8, 2011
Wild-caught bait may only be used in waters where caught; other restrictions passedTOPEKA – During a special public hearing Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commissioners acted on regulations governing the use and movement of wild-caught live bait fish and the transport of fish from waters designated as ... Read More


DEER HUNTERS: TAG YOUR DEER PROPERLY

Dec. 8, 2011
Nonresidents should know laws regarding transport through other states, as wellPRATT — The regular Kansas firearm deer season is winding down, but archery season remains open the rest of the year, and several whitetail antlerless-only seasons will be held in January. After a deer is taken, hunters must dress the deer out, cool it ... Read More


TOLL-FREE PHONE HOTLINE PUTS POACHERS ON HOT SEAT

Dec. 8, 2011
1-877-426-3843 makes reporting wildlife crime easyPRATT — Each year, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) natural resource officers (NROs) check tens of thousands of hunters in the field, and about 96 percent of them are found to be law-abiding. Unfortunately, many non-hunters sometimes associate these ethical ... Read More