KANSAS WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION TO DISCUSS 2008 DEER REGULATIONS
FIREARMS EXTENDED WHITETAIL ANTLERLESS SEASON OPENS JAN. 1
KANSAS HUNTERS AND ANGLERS SPEND $607 MILLION A YEAR
FIELD CARE KEY TO PUTTING GOOD VENISON ON THE TABLE
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Regulations considered to accommodate changes in deer statutes

INDEPENDENCE – After two years of discussion and work, major changes in the Kansas deer permit/management program are taking form. The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission will workshop regulations regarding deer hunting and permit allocation at a Jan. 10 meeting in Ind ... Read More


Season not open in all units, and regular-season permit and game tag restrictions apply


The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) will conduct a firearms extended whitetail antlerless deer season Jan. 1-6, 2008. Many hunters who did not fill a deer permit or deer game tag during one of the regular 2007 seasons (muzzleloade ... Read More


Sportsmen's activities have significant impact on economy

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- When it comes to the economy, Kansas' 425,000 hunters and anglers are among the most prominent and influential of all demographic groups, spending more than $607 million a year on hunting and fishing, according to a new report. The report, Hunting and Fis ... Read More


Clean and cool are the keywords for good table fare

PRATT -- Although the 2007 regular firearms deer season is over, archery hunters are still afield, and firearms hunters are looking forward to the Jan. 1-6 whitetail antlerless-only season in many deer management units. One of the best rewards of a successful deer hunt is the meat ... Read More