There’s no place like home when it comes to bass fishing.
Kansas Ducks Unlimited is hosting a Greenwing goose banding event June 23 at the Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge for youths age 17 and under, their parents/guardians or anyone interested in Kansas waterfowl management or the refuge.
I had a wild time fishing last week across Topeka.
I decided to start out by walking along Shunga Creek, hoping to see some bass in the deeper spots after the rains we’ve been having.
Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge in Phillips County is hosting its 25th annual Kids Fishing Day from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 9.
While most people look to avoid snakes — colloquially known as “nope ropes” by the less adventurous among us — while out in the woods, some brave souls purposefully try to find them.
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission set the 2018-19 hunting season dates for waterfowl, antelope and elk during its meeting April 26 in Chanute.
The connection between man and dog is one that goes back millions of years, and any hunter worth his salt can appreciate a good retriever when he hears about one.
The Kansas Wetlands Education Center near Great Bend will host a Great Migration Rally from 2 to 7 p.m. April 29 to teach about the life of migratory birds.
The 2018 Kansas Birding Festival will take place April 27-28 at Acorns Resort on Milford Lake.
Sometimes, the first time’s a charm.
That was the case for 7-year-old Hunter Grady, who recently shot a once-in-a-lifetime trophy gobbler — his first tom — while turkey hunting with his dad, Justin.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.