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.
A local lake will once again be filled with a fresh crop of rainbows.
No, not Lucky Charms — rainbow trout.
Crappie Masters tournament angler and Oklahoma fishing guide Todd Huckabee has a wealth of fishing experience at his disposal when seeking out big slabs.
A father watched proudly as his young son expertly pitched a Whopper Plopper fishing lure into a glass tank full of water, a crowd watching from the side to see the reactions of the fish suspending inside.
The Topeka Boat and Outdoor Show added some more heavy hitters to its lineup of seminar speakers on Friday, when a tentative schedule was released by organizer Phil Taunton.
Crappie University is returning to Johnson County Community College in Overland Park for a third straight year to give crappie anglers a crash course on advanced techniques for catching big slabs.
I’ve done a lot of fishing in my lifetime, but I’d never caught a true trophy-class fish.
Until this week, that is.
Well, I didn’t have any luck during the trout opener Nov. 3 at Lake Shawnee.
At least not for trout.
Topeka tournament angler Thomas Heinen, a Hayden product who is now working to get a bass club together at Washburn, received some exciting news this past week.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.