PRATT – In accordance with National Fishing and Boating Week, June 3-11, Kansas anglers will fish for free on June 3 and 4. That means that anyone may fish in Kansas without a fishing license. Landowner permission is necessary to fish any private ponds or streams unless they are enrolled in the F.I.S.H. program.Kansas Department of Wildlife, Pa ... Read More

PRATT – Once common across the Kansas prairies, antelope, or pronghorn, now only inhabit the far western third of the state with a few remnant populations in the Flint Hills and the Red Hills. In the western counties, the population is healthy where suitable shortgrass prairie is found and numbers support limited hunting seasons. It is a popula ... Read More

PRATT – The phones at Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s Pratt Operations Office have been ringing with calls from nonresident deer hunters anxious to know if they drew a permit. The wait is over. Results can be found at Click on the orange “Check Non-resident Deer Draw Results” button at the top of the homepage. You will ... Read More