New bird counts by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released recently show good news for duck hunters, especially fans of mallards, gadwalls and green-winged teal.
Tradition tells us there is only one way to catch catfish.
Old-time anglers have sworn for years that catching catfish requires big treble or circle hooks, a heavy weight and some sort of smelly bait. But you’d be surprised about some of the things that’ll catch a whiskered giant, and more often than not recently, people have reported catching them on bass and crappie lures.
When high humidity and near-triple-digit temperatures make being outdoors feel like torture, many anglers give up on their piscatorial pursuits and opt to stay inside, where the A/C is.
I’ve always loved being outdoors in the fall, but nothing can really beat the offerings nature provides during the spring.
The lakes and ponds have finally thawed, and the spring fishing season is slowly shifting into gear in Kansas.
You may not believe it when looking outside at the white layer of snow covering the ground, but spring is nearly upon us.
Young anglers will have a chance to compete against fellow Kansans this summer.
This year’s Topeka Boat and Outdoor Show will introduce its audience to a new way to enjoy the outdoors with your canine companion.
The first of the year is always about setting goals for the months ahead.
Nebraska considers hearing on proposed river diversion that Kansas says could imperil state’s waterways
The Nebraska District of Natural Resources is currently mulling its options on a project that would divert water from the Platte River into the Republican River.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.