The first Kansas BASS Nation High School qualifier took place Sept. 8 at Hillsdale Lake, and the results left a variety of interesting storylines to follow as the season progresses.
Elk hunting is well known for being a physically challenging endeavor.
Crappie Masters angler Frank Haidusek, of Riley, teamed up with Kansas City’s Kalin Caton and Lawrence’s Dalton Thomas to come away with the Kansas Crappie Club/Kansas Crappie Trail state crappie championship last weekend on Perry Reservoir.
Brock Bila may have a new teammate this season, but it was much of the same last Saturday during the Kansas BASS Nation’s season opener on Hillsdale Reservoir.
Kevin Parks and Terry Fischer took the top prize last weekend at the Catfish Chasers tournament on Perry with a two-day total of 170.75 pounds after catching 117.20 pounds to claim the Day 1 championship — as well as Day 1 Big Fish with a 29.10-pound blue cat that earned them more than $1,200 on Saturday — before claiming the overall prize of $1,000 on Sunday.
The pristine waters of the Canadian wilderness, tucked away from civilization, are known to house some of the most ample fisheries in the world.
The fifth annual Virgil Brown Memorial Catfish Tournament is scheduled from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct 6 on John Redmond Reservoir.
Growing up, many outdoors enthusiasts likely had a favorite professional hunter or angler they enjoyed watching on television shows or home video.
Chris Morgan and Michael Roberts finished out the Kansas Crappie Club regular season strong on Saturday, weighing 9.09 pounds of fish to take first place at the Melvern Reservoir tournament ahead of the Sept. 8-9 state championship.
New biodiversity center in Kansas to help propogate, house state’s imperiled aquatic wildlife species
The Kansas Aquatic Biodiversity Center had its grand opening Thursday at the Farlington Fish Hatchery in southeast Kansas.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.