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Gear Up For Fantastic Fall FishingTOPEKA – Kansas anglers are likely to experience fantastic fishing this fall and winter after what could only be described as a rough spring and summer. The heavy rains and high water levels that kept anglers away provided ideal conditions for many game fish.“A lot of fish that would have been harvested earlier in the year weren’t, so they’re s ... Read More
Free Fishing Days Offer Many OpportunitiesTOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s (KDWPT) has announced that anglers can fish without a Kansas fishing license at public waters on June 1 and 2, 2019 thanks to “Free Fishing Days.”Each year, KDWPT designates one weekend when everyone can fish without a Kansas fishing license. All you need is a pole and a place to g ... Read More
Glen Elder Walleye Carrying TransmittersCAWKER CITY – The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) has embarked on a three-year walleye study at Glen Elder Reservoir, and biologists want anglers to be aware of the project. Data collected during the study will give anglers and biologists a better understanding of what makes walleye tick in this lake. Throughout the stu ... Read More