Gary Regan, and Maxine, fish during a sunset at Timber Hills Lake Ranch. The ranch offers fishing in more than 20 ponds and lakes to guests who rent a cabin.
Gary Regan, and Maxine, fish during a sunset at Timber Hills Lake Ranch. The ranch offers fishing in more than 20 ponds and lakes to guests who rent a cabin. Michael Pearce The Wichita Eagle
Gary Regan, and Maxine, fish during a sunset at Timber Hills Lake Ranch. The ranch offers fishing in more than 20 ponds and lakes to guests who rent a cabin. Michael Pearce The Wichita Eagle

Going fishing? No fishing license required in Kansas this weekend

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