Wednesday April 14 2010

Kansas Public Lands Wildflowers
What is the F.I.S.H. program?

F.I.S.H. stands for Fishing Impoundments and Stream Habitats, and the program leases ponds and stream access sites from private landowners and opens them to public fishing. Private ponds and streams in 45 counties are open to fishing March-October. To learn more about the program and to view maps of F.I.S.H. areas, View the 2010 Fishing Atlas page.

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Visit a Kansas public land now to see the season's impressive early wildflowers.

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