Trick-or-treaters and those heading to horror-themed parties may want to pay extra attention as theyre making their Thursday night rounds.
Dean Watson stood in the gradual brightening of Saturday’s dawn and listened to coarse cackles of rooster pheasants in nearby grass and the giggling honks of white-fronted geese passing overhead.
Craig Johnson needn’t wait until spring to know Council Grove’s wiper fishing will probably be the best in 2014. Nor does he need to talk with locals to know the saugeye fishing was great this year.
Linda Lanterman, state park director, made the request to the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism commission Thursday. Commissioners will vote on the proposal at a Jan. 9 commission meeting in Winfield.
My passion for pronghorns began riding a dusty backroad in Colorado, on a family vacation in the mid-1970s.
Young hunters, particularly those from other states, may be getting a sizable discount for Kansas deer and wild turkey permits. The price reductions will be up for vote at Thursday’s Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism commission meeting Thursday in Hutchinson.
Some see images of super-fat cattle when they think of the thick prairies of the Smoky River country of western Kansas. Others think of the myriad of wildlife that can abound in the rolling hills and canyons.
The best news heading into the 2013 pheasant and quail seasons is that maybe things will finally be better in the 2014 seasons.
Nine-year-old Keylee spent some summer evenings wearing ear muffs, and a month ago carried a Winnie the Pooh blanket into the woods. Both were part of a system her father, Nate Johnson, used to get her ready for her first deer hunt.
Tuesday marks the 40th anniversary of my first deer hunting season in Kansas. I was 15 and too young to apply for a rifle permit. I had an archer permit but I would have gotten a spear tag had it been my only option. It seemed surreal that I was able to hunt deer in Kansas.
The tiny community of Belvue, population about 240, swelled by about 100 people this week. And most arrived via the Kansas River.
From Alaska to Florida, and 40 other states or provinces, about 700 of North America’s best retrievers are gathered in southeast Kansas.