A group of six friends from the Topeka area ventured north earlier this summer for “the worst fishing trip ever,” a 23-year running joke that has become an annual tradition.
High school and youth anglers from across Kansas — including a pair of Topekans — are set to represent the state next week in Tennessee as part of a pair of national fishing championships.
They say when you love what you’re doing, you never work a day in your life.
An Olathe man may one day find out if that maxim is a true statement, thanks to the power of e-commerce and his love of fishing.
A recent high school track and field champion set a different kind of state record last weekend in south-central Kansas.
The Kansas paddlefish season begins next week, and fans of the ancient species of gamefish will soon have a chance to say “Fish on!”
Topekan among four anglers picked to represent Kansas on Bassmaster High School All-State Fishing Team
The 2019 Bassmaster High School All-State Fishing Team was announced earlier this week, and four anglers will represent Kansas this year, including a Topekan.
Crappie Masters tournament angler and Oklahoma fishing guide Todd Huckabee has a wealth of fishing experience at his disposal when seeking out big slabs.
Winter is already rearing its ugly head, meaning catfish and other species of fish are using the last month or so before the hard-water season to fill up on any bit of food they can.
Topeka tournament angler Thomas Heinen, a Hayden product who is now working to get a bass club together at Washburn, received some exciting news this past week.
The first Kansas BASS Nation High School qualifier took place Sept. 8 at Hillsdale Lake, and the results left a variety of interesting storylines to follow as the season progresses.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.