GOOD NEWS: DECATUR COUNTY DEER SAMPLING RESULTS ALL NEGATIVE
FISH INFORMATION NIGHT PLANNED FOR SOUTHEAST KANSAS
PADDLEFISH SAGGING SEASON MARCH 15 THROUGH MAY 15
STATE WILDLIFE AGENCIES TO RECEIVE OVER $700 MILLION FOR WILDLIFE AND SPORT FISH RESTORATION
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Lab analysis reported on chronic wasting disease

PRATT -- Tissue samples from deer collected earlier this month in Decatur County all have tested negative for chronic wasting disease (CWD), reports the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP). After three deer taken by hunters in that area during the 2007 hunting season teste ... Read More


Angling prospects for reservoirs and small lakes,


as well as aquatic nuisance species, to be discussed

CHANUTE -- Want to know where the really big fish are? Do you have that burning question about your favorite lake or a question about a fishing regulation that doesn’t make sense. If so, the place to be is the “Fishing I ... Read More


Permit good for six paddlefish; reduced fee for youth 15 and younger

PRATT -- The Kansas paddlefish season begins March 15 and runs through May 15. Once rivers rise, paddlefish enter the state in search of spawning areas, when water temperatures approach 60 degrees. This usually occurs shortly before or after the March 15 opener, w ... Read More


Kansas to receive approximately $11 million for 2008 conservation projects

WASHINGTON, DC -- U.S. Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne has announced the distribution of more than $700 million to 56 state and territorial fish and wildlife agencies to fund fish and wildlife conservation efforts, boat access, shooting ranges, and ... Read More