Kids ages 6-16 will have an opportunity to explore a bevy of outdoors activities next weekend.
The connection between man and dog is one that goes back millions of years, and any hunter worth his salt can appreciate a good retriever when he hears about one.
Sometimes, the first time’s a charm.
That was the case for 7-year-old Hunter Grady, who recently shot a once-in-a-lifetime trophy gobbler — his first tom — while turkey hunting with his dad, Justin.
The Kaw Valley chapter of Quail Forever will host its annual banquet Feb. 17 at the Optimist Building, 720 N.W. 50th Street in Topeka.
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With the end of 2017 in sight, it’s time to clear out my metaphorical mail bag with some of the emails I’ve received from hunters and anglers that I haven’t gotten around to writing about.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism issued an advisory earlier this week to waterfowl hunters using dogs this season.
Kansas State University’s Veterinary Health Center issued a warning this week for dog owners to be on the lookout for raccoons, especially those showing up during the daytime.
The founder of one of the largest sporting goods companies in the world is set to open up the “Disney World of the Outdoors” just 3 1/2 hours away from Topeka.
I received another email about the odd, dog-like creature often seen running around Topeka that has been dubbed “the Kansas Chupacabra” by one reader.
Eric Nordgren, an avid cyclist, said that he cycles almost every day and does between 15K and 20K per year.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.