Kansas State’s Will Andrie and Gaige Blanton sat in prime position to make a final-day run at the program’s fourth national title last Saturday at the Bassmaster College Series National Championship in Dayton, Tenn.
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.
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission approved the statewide antelope season, as well as deer seasons for select military installations, during its June 13 meeting at Salina’s Rolling Hills Zoo.
Kyle Simmons and Brett Halstead, representing the Capital City Club, won the 2019 Kansas BASS Nation High School Championship recently at Wilson Reservoir with a two-day bag of 35.11 pounds.
Simmons and Halstead were one of four Capital City teams to sweep the top four spots at the event.
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If you’re like me, you’ve no doubt been glaring at the weather forecasts the past couple weeks, as heavy rains have closed down most of the state’s top fishing and camping areas indefinitely.
Washburn student Thomas Heinen was among eight anglers to qualify for the Kansas BASS Nation state team last Sunday.
Runner-up Jeremy Montgomery, of Overland Park, led a strong effort by the Kansas delegation at the 2019 TNT Fireworks BASS Nation Central Regional on Lake Guntersville in Alabama, one of three Kansas team members to place in the top 10 at Saturday’s weigh-in.
Morels, turkeys, snow geese, bank fishing among hot draws after mid-April cooldown in northeast Kansas
Well, we at least got a few summer-like days before winter came careening back into the picture.
A Kansas native posted a major victory for his college fishing team recently.
Kansas BASS Nation College State Championship rescheduled after entire field gets skunked on heavily flooded Perry Reservoir
PERRY — It was all flood and no flash Sunday afternoon, as the entire field got skunked during the 2019 Kansas BASS Nation College State Championship on Perry Reservoir.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.