Between heavy rains putting a damper on fishing and camping in much of Kansas and the turkey season ending on Friday, outdoors enthusiasts may be at a loss for what to do with their time heading into June.
A hunting-themed event for youths ages 11 to 18 is set to take place next weekend in Linwood.
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission approved the state’s 2019-20 waterfowl seasons during its April 25 meeting in Colby.
Lifetime Kansas hunting/fishing license, guided crappie trip among prizes for Kansas Kids 2019 Youth Outdoor Experience Contest
I had a few days off this past week, and boy did I have some big plans for how to spend them.
Mushroom hunting, fishing, enjoying a little peace and quiet in the good ol’ outdoors — man, Mother Nature must hate me.
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.
Ravenwood Lodge, located at 10147 S.W. 61st Street in Topeka, will host a Sporting Clays for a Cause event from 9 a.m. to noon April 6 to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Kansas.
Westar Energy will host youth spring turkey hunts from April 1-16 at Jeffrey Energy Center, located 7 miles north of St. Marys.
The Topeka-area chapter of Ducks Unlimited announced recently it is hosting a Firearm Frenzy and European Pheasant Hunt on March 31 at Muddy Creek Game Bird Farm, 8721 N.E. Brown Road in Meriden.
Kansas waterfowlers should head west in search of snow geese during early part of extended goose season
The regular Canada goose, light goose and white-fronted goose seasons all ended Sunday night, but waterfowlers will still be able to chase light geese through the end of April during the conservation order extended season that began Monday morning.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.