Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge, located near the Kansas-Nebraska-Missouri border, counted a total of 79,925 geese, 73,806 ducks and 55 bald eagles during its waterfowl survey Nov. 20.
The Kansas deer regular firearm season kicks off Wednesday and will continue through Dec. 10. All deer permits are valid during the firearm season, though unit, species, antlerless and equipment restrictions still apply to their permits. All hunters must have a Kansas hunting license. Hunters with archery permits must use archery equipment and hunters with muzzleloader permits must use muzzleloaders or archery equipment.
College fishing clubs from across the state of Kansas will have a chance to compete close to home for a spot in the Bassmaster College Fishing National Championship.
Ruben Ramirez sent me an email last weekend asking me a few questions about the column I wrote about my experiences rainbow trout fishing at Lake Shawnee.
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With the chill of winter in the air and holiday season upon us, many anglers have left the chilly waterways for the comfort of their heated homes.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism will host its 2017 Youth and Women’s Celebrity Pheasant Hunt on Dec. 9 at Lake Waconda.
Entrance to Kansas’s 26 state parks to be free of charge for Black Friday as part of #OptOutside movement
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism announced this week that it will offer free entrance to all Kansas state parks on Black Friday, Nov. 24, as part of the #OptOutside movement.
Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge in nearby Mound City, Mo., counted a total of 63,406 geese and 127,010 ducks during its most recent waterfowl count Tuesday.
There’s an old saying that fishing is just a jerk on one end of a line waiting for a jerk on the other end of the line.
For a few hours on the opening morning of rainbow trout fishing at Lake Shawnee, there we were — about 30 jerks sitting there, waiting for another jerk.
Rick Towers, who previously sent me some photographs from a fishing trip to Shunga Creek, sent me another email this week about fishing on the Kansas River.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.