A public hearing will be conducted by the Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism Commission at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, June 21, 2012 at the Cabela’s, 10300 Cabela Drive, Kansas City, Kansas, to consider the approval and adoption of proposed regulations of the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism.
A regulatory hearing on business of the Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism Commission will begin at 7:00 p.m., June 21 at the location listed above. There will be public comment periods at the beginning of the evening meeting for any issues not on the agenda and additional comment periods will be available during the meeting on agenda items. Old and new business may also be discussed at this time. If necessary to complete business matters, the Commission will reconvene at 9:00 a.m. June 22 at the location listed above.
This permanent regulation establishes provisions for blinds, tree stands, and decoys on department lands and waters. The proposed amendment would restrict hunters to two treestands per area, require treestands to be marked with user identification, and require that blinds and decoys not be left unattended overnight.
This new permanent regulation establishes provisions for commercial guiding on department lands. The regulation would require that commercial guides obtain a no cost commercial guide permit to operate on department lands.
This permanent regulation establishes a commercial mussel fishing license, mussel salvage permits, license or permit application and requirements, authority, reports, general provisions, and license or permit revocation. The proposed amendments would extend the moratorium on commercial mussel harvesting.
This permanent regulation establishes the legal species, seasons, size restrictions, daily limits, and possession limits for commercial mussel harvesting. The proposed amendments would extend the moratorium on commercial mussel harvesting.
This permanent regulation establishes the legal equipment, taking methods, and general provisions for commercial mussel harvest. The proposed amendments would extend the moratorium on commercial mussel harvesting.
This exempt regulation establishes the open seasons, bag limits, and possession limits for prairie chickens. The proposed version of the regulation would add the September hunting season in the northwest unit.
This exempt regulation establishes the management unit, hunting season, shooting hours, bag and possession limits, and permit validation for sandhill cranes. The proposed version expand shooting hours from sunrise to sunset.