More than 100 anglers competed for the top prize in catfishing last weekend.
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.
DeSoto’s Connor and Dylan Nimrod qualified for Bassmaster’s high school national championship thanks to one big, long day on the water.
Outlook: Fishing looks to be tough this week, but some excellent fishing is ahead during the final week of May, according to the Fishing Calendar app.
A lot of factors go into determining whether you’ll have a successful day of fishing — barometric pressure, water clarity, temperature, time of day, even the phase of the moon all play a part in determining fish activity.
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 Crappie Club hit up Perry Reservoir this weekend, with Top Secret Jig Company owner Brandon Manis and teammate Marc Shepard taking the top prize and big fish award with a bag of 10.03 pounds and a big crappie of 2.11 pounds.
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.
For those who have tried fishing Kansas waters in the past month, you may have noticed that the unusual weather patterns have been making the fish act a little wacky.
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Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.