Kansas Fishing

Dec 31, 2014 Written by
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Jan.1, 2015 Don’t store your waders;late season hunts can still prove fruitful PRATT —Most hunting seasons, including those for ducks, deer and upland birds, will come to a close soon, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to stow away your…
Dec 31, 2014 Written by
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Jan.1, 2015 Nongame wildlife make up more than ninety-nine percent of all species in Kansas PRATT –More than 4,500 birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, crustaceans and mollusks are considered nongame species, or species that are not trapped, fished, or hunted,…
Dec 31, 2014 Written by
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Jan.1, 2015 Anglers can download the 2015 Kansas Fishing Regulations Summary at ksoutdoors.com PRATT –It’s never too early to begin planning your next fishing trip –that’s why an online version of the 2015 Kansas Fishing Regulations Summary has been made…
Dec 23, 2014 Written by
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Dec.24, 2014 Kansas state park trails can be utilized year-round PRATT –Slip on some thick socks, throw on a sweatshirt, and lace up those hiking boots because Kansas state park trails are open Jan.1 for First Day Hikes.Hiking is not…
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