When it comes to mushroom hunting in the Midwest, one man reigns supreme.
Buck fever kicked into full gear this week for many hunters across the state.
The Kansas regular firearm deer season began with a wintry backdrop Wednesday following blizzard-like conditions Monday that dropped between 3 1/2 and up to 14 inches of snow across northeast Kansas, with areas to the north such as Marysville, Hiawatha and Seneca among the hardest hit.
Hardcore waterfowl enthusiasts wanting to get an early jump on ducks are likely heading to central and western Kansas this weekend, but widespread flooding may hinder their efforts.
The 2018 Waterfowl Population Survey was released Monday by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and though the numbers were down from last year, they were still well above the long-term average.
Recent Hayden graduate Thomas Heinen had a somewhat disappointing finish to his high school fishing career last month, as he and teammate Brock Bila were unable to make the final day of fishing during the SAF/FLW High School National Championship on Lake Pickwick in Alabama.
I took some time off from work last week to relax after a busy month on the copy desk, which gave me the perfect opportunity to get some fishing in and try out some new things.
Kansas issued several public health warnings on Tuesday regarding blue-green algae in the state ahead of the holiday weekend.
The heat of summer can lead to some great fishing, but it can also make things miserable out on the water.
A lot of factors go into determining whether you’ll have a successful day of fishing — barometric pressure, water clarity, temperature, time of day, even the phase of the moon all play a part in determining fish activity.
Mid-creek musings as I ponder whether we’ll get as much rain this spring as last:
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.