A covey of regulatory changes including new seasons, liberalization of equipment requirements and bag limits are awaiting hunters heading afield this fall and winter. Here are some of the most important -
A day dedicated to deer management education is slated for Saturday in Hutchinson.
Cleanup is expected to continue Wednesday at El Dorado Reservoir after winds estimated at 80 to 100 mph swept over the state park late Monday evening, damaging several boats and the docks at Shady Creek Marina and causing a fuel spill.
Recent rains have come to the aid of some central Kansas reservoirs.
Jim Chappell thought he had strength in numbers, bringing five liked-minded hunters and a petition with about 80 signatures to Thursday’s Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission meeting.
More than 15 of outdoors television’s top celebrities are scheduled to be at the Midwest Hunt Fest, Friday through next Sunday at Century II.
Professional hunter and outdoors television show host William Spook Spann has been sentenced to 30 days in jail and has been banned from hunting worldwide for one year.
Outdoors celebrity sentenced to jail for probation violation
Last August, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission rejected the agency’s proposed season dates for one of three low plains duck hunting zones. Thursday, in Yates Center, they may reject two when the seasons go to a vote.
For several years we've gathered by the scores to watch purple martins gather by the tens of thousands this time of year in downtown Wichita.
Gary Hayzlett, a retired longtime member of the Kansas legislature, has been appointed to the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission by Gov. Sam Brownback.
Patches of prairie meet ridges of dense woodlands of hickory, oaks and walnuts at Clinton State Park, the trees often rising from steep, rock-strewn hillsides that fall into the reservoir. The area a tad west of Lawrence has a bit of Ozarks flavor.
An educational program designed to place qualified fishing instructors across Kansas will kick off Aug. 10 at the Great Plains Nature Center.
Fish not hitting your favorite bait lately? You might want to try a few lady bugs on a hook. Or maybe a big ol’ ball of sunflower seed hulls might do the trick.
Erika Brooks is at a loss for why at least 12 people have drowned in Kansas lakes, streams and ponds this spring and summer. Four died over the Fourth of July weekend.
Most things look good for a 9-year-old girl’s first deer hunt in September.