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Women’s Only Fishing Clinic October 4th in Fort Scott, Kansas

Limited to 35 participants, clinic to cover all aspects of Kansas fishing FT. SCOTT — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, the city of Ft. Scott, and local merchants are sponsoring a women-only fishing clinic on Oct. 4 at the Ft. Scott City Lake rearing pond, located south of…


Kansas Wildlife & Parks Posts Scheduled Hunter Education Classes Online

Class required of all hunters born on or after July 1, 1957; youngsters may hunt under adult supervision without course until age 16 PRATT — For most hunters, mid-summer is the time when thoughts turn to fall hunting seasons, which begins with dove season Sept. 1. For first-time hunters, preparation…


Furharvester Education Course August 2

Course offers basic methods of harvesting furbearers and the preparation and marketing of pelts PRATT – The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks’ (KDWP) Hunter Education section will offer a one-day furharvester education class on Saturday, Aug. 2. Students will gather at the KDWP Operations Office, 512 SE 25th Avenue,…


Crowing Survey Suggests More Nesting Pheasants in 2008

Thirty-five percent increase rangewide means more nesting birds; production outlook hopeful PRATT — Each spring, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) conducts a survey of pheasants throughout their statewide range. As the mating season approaches, roosters increase crowing, and KDWP staff drive routes, stop at established stations, and…


KDWP Boating Program Awarded Grant For Youth Efforts

Variety of promotional events in planning stage PRATT — The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF), in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association, has announced that the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks’ Boating Education Program has been selected as a 2008/2009 National Recreation and Park Association Take…


KDWP Stream Survey Crews Incorporate New Programs

Stream health surveys now involve local groups, larger streams PRATT — Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) stream survey crews will survey streams and rivers throughout Kansas this summer, adding information to a database that helps assess and monitor the overall conditions of these waterways. These assessments are annual…


Potential Largemouth Bass Record Pending

If confirmed, fish would break a 31-year-old record PRATT — A potential new Kansas state record largemouth bass was caught May 3 in a private strip pit in Cherokee County. Fourteen-year-old Tyson Hallam, of Scammon, took the trophy fish during the West Mineral Eagles Fishing Tournament using a jig and…


Advanced Hunter Education Course June 12

Wingshooting the focus of eight-week course PRATT — Kansas volunteer hunter education instructors will conduct an eight-week advanced course in wingshooting beginning Thursday, June 12. The course will run from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Thursday evening for eight consecutive weeks at the Powder Creek Shooting Park, 8601 Monticello…


Kansas State Parks Join “What’s Your Mile” Campaign

Signs on trails encourage healthy lifestyle PRATT — What’s your cholesterol? What’s your blood pressure? What’s your weight? What’s your blood sugar? These and other health-related questions are addressed at the Kansas state government’s Healthy Kansas website, healthykansas.org/whats_your_mile.aspx. The Healthy Kansas website includes a program entitled “What’s Your Mile?” This…


Kids Invited to Outdoor Adventure Camp June 8-13

Six-day camp teaches youngsters outdoor skills and just plain fun PRATT — The Kansas Wildlife Federation (KWF) and the K-State Cooperative Extension Service are sponsoring the annual Outdoor Adventure Camp (OAC) June 8-13 at the Camp WaShunGa area of Rock Springs 4-H Center, near Junction City. Youngsters who enjoy the…