Morels, turkeys, snow geese, bank fishing among hot draws after mid-April cooldown in northeast Kansas
Well, we at least got a few summer-like days before winter came careening back into the picture.
Various reports are starting to trickle in of people finding morel mushrooms in parts of southeastern Kansas.
The Justin Corbet Foundation Youth in the Outdoors Day is set to run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 4 at Ravenwood Lodge, 10147 S.W. 61st Street in Topeka.
It’s just about that time of year again — time for spring thunder.
The Council Grove Marina, located at 1025 Lake Road in the Neosho Park Recreation Area at Council Grove Lake, has an array of entertaining events on tap this season for those interested in attending, ranging from a sell-your-own-boat show to a mushroom-hunting event to live music and more.
It’s almost time for Mushroom Madness to hit in northeast Kansas.
A prehistoric fish species with a world record set in Kansas will once again be up for grabs beginning in March.
Prevalence of chronic wasting disease — a cousin to mad cow disease that affects deer, elk and other cervids — is on the rise in western Kansas, according to a biologist with the state’s top wildlife agency.
You may not believe it when looking outside at the white layer of snow covering the ground, but spring is nearly upon us.
Bill that would authorize increases in hunting, fishing permit fees won’t be heard by Senate committee
The chairman of the Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee says he doesn’t plan to hold hearings on a bill that would allow the state to raise prices for hunting, fishing and furharvesting licenses and permits.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.