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Hunting News
  • Kansas Turkeys Are Gobbling
    PRATT – The 2019 turkey season is upon us, and for many hunters, this is the best time of the year to be in the woods. To a turkey hunter, there’s nothing quite like the sound of a turkey gobble booming through the timber.April 1 marked the opening of the season for youth and hunters with disabilities. On April 8, the archery season will open a ... Read More
  • Applications For Coveted Kansas Nonresident Deer Permits Accepted Through April 26
    PRATT – The application period for the limited number of nonresident Kansas deer permits is April 1-26, 2019. Any nonresident interested in hunting deer in Kansas next fall must apply online by visiting www.kshuntfishcamp.com. Applicants must possess a valid nonresident hunting license to apply and the permit cost is $442.50 for hunters 16 and ... Read More
  • Kansas Fall and Spring Hunting Atlases Combined
    PRATT – The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) reminds hunters not to discard their2018-19 Kansas Hunting Atlases. Unlike past years, there will be no spring atlas printed in 2019. All fall and spring Walk-in Hunting Access (WIHA) tracts are included in the atlas printed and distributed last August.Additional copies are av ... Read More

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