A saltwater native, the striped bass has adapted well to freshwater existence and has prospered in several Kansas lakes. Striped bass don't reproduce in Kansas waters, however, populations are maintained through stocking programs. Stripers are legendary for their hard fighting nature and long, drag-sizzling runs. The Kansas state record is 43 pounds, 8 ounces. The freshwater world record is 67 pounds, 1 ounce.
Retrieval and possession of game animals and migratory game birds - Requirements
Bass fishing tournaments.
Weigh-in black bass fishing tournaments not using tournament black bass pass.
Commercial Sale of Fish Bait
Tournament bass pass; requirements, restrictions, and pass duration.
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