Elk hunting is well known for being a physically challenging endeavor.
Illinois-based GS Media and Events announced this week it has purchased eight outdoors consumer shows from Missouri-based RJ Promotions, Inc., including the Topeka RV and Sport Show and the Topeka Boat and Outdoor Show, both of which take place annually at the Kansas Expocentre.
Fall is right around the corner, and with it some great waterfowl hunting.
George Zantvoort of FishingBooker.com, a website that helps anglers arrange fishing trips, shared with me an interesting story about a client of the website who was planning to fish in all 50 states.
College fishing clubs from across the state of Kansas will have a chance to compete close to home for a spot in the Bassmaster College Fishing National Championship.
Arby’s announced on Wednesday it will begin offering venison sandwiches again — this time nationwide — starting Oct. 21 at all 3,300 locations spanning seven countries.
However, for patrons living near three restaurants in Colorado, Wyoming and Montana, something extra also will be on the menu this hunting season — a special, limited-edition elk sandwich.
The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies this week finalized permanent conservation agreements with three private landowners in a bid to protect the habitat of lesser prairie chickens in northwest Kansas.
Wildlife officials say black bears could become permanent residents of Kansas within the next decade, according to a report from The Wichita Eagle.
During a backpacking trip last summer in Eagles Nest Wilderness, Colo., Kayla Whitehead captured this surreal video of a moose running out in front of a vehicle on Highway 9.
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The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism recently released information regarding the testing of area deer for a rare type of potentially fatal foot rot disease.
Shawnee County had one report of a sick or dead deer thought to be afflicted with hoof disease in 2016-17, according to a map provided by the KDWPT. The hardest hit counties were in the southeast portion of Kansas — namely Bourbon, Butler and Anderson. Bourbon had between five and eight reports, while Butler and Anderson had between three and four apiece.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.