A plan designed to help Nebraska meet waterflow obligations on a shared river may cause irreversible harm to the waterways it’s supposed to protect, including those in Kansas, according to officials in Kansas’ wildlife agency.
Fall is right around the corner, and with it some great waterfowl hunting.
WESTMORELAND — At times, fishing can be a numbers game.
If you target densely populated waters with highly effective lures, chances are good you’ll pull out a good number of fish. They may not all be trophies, or even keepers, but in my mind there’s nothing as fun as getting on a hot bite and catching fish all day long.
Kansas Ducks Unlimited is hosting a Greenwing goose banding event June 23 at the Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge for youths age 17 and under, their parents/guardians or anyone interested in Kansas waterfowl management or the refuge.
For those who enjoy “noodling” for catfish, that time of year is once again upon us.
Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge in Phillips County is hosting its 25th annual Kids Fishing Day from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 9.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism will again offer its “Free Fishing Days” to anglers June 2-3 at all public waters in Kansas.
While most people look to avoid snakes — colloquially known as “nope ropes” by the less adventurous among us — while out in the woods, some brave souls purposefully try to find them.
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission set the 2018-19 hunting season dates for waterfowl, antelope and elk during its meeting April 26 in Chanute.
Mid-creek musings as I ponder whether we’ll get as much rain this spring as last:
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.