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Send us photos of your angling or hunting trophies. Photos should be in the jpeg format. We'll post them on our "trophy page" Use the address below to send us your reports and photos. Email us at :outdoors@adhelp.com

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Events 

 

Central Kansas chapter of the NWTF annual banquet set for April 5th.  More information at the following link:

www.salinaturkey.com 

 

Hunter Education classes.
  

Dates and sign up at Ace Hardware in Salina

Young Guns for up coming events contact Rich Sullivan office:827-0321 or cell:826-0217.  

Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission meetings: 

April 17, 2014  Great Plains Nature Center, 6232 E 29th St N, Wichita, KS  1:00 pm CDT

June 19, 2014  Lamplighter Inn & Suites, 4020 Parkview Dr, Pittsburg, KS  1:00 pm CST

 
August 21, 2014  Kansas Wetlands Education Center, 592 NE K156 Hwy, Great Bend, KS  1:00 pm CST 

October 16, 2014  Salina, location TBA  1:00 pm CST

  Outdoor links.
Ks Wildlife Federation
  

Kansas Weather

K C Corp of Engineers

Tulsa Corp of Engineers

NWS River levels

KS Wildlife and Parks

Kansas Wildscape

Nebr Game and Parks

Colorado Div of Wildlife

Kansas River flows

Kansas Walleye Assoc 

        

 
  

 

Bob's Best Bets  
March 28 ,2014 IThe late winter has pushed back some of the bites.  Kanopolis Saugeyes are just starting to be caught in the past week on points near the dam.  Females that have been caught are still a week away from being ready to spawn.  Most of the other lakes and reservoirs are spotty due to the changing weather.
The next two weeks should find anglers catching Walleyes at local reservoirs as the fish move into the traditional spawning areas.  Wilson, Glen Elder, Marion and Milford always offer some good Walleye fishing on the rocky points and dams.
White Bass have been active in the river at Marion. White Bass runs in the rivers above other lakes will be happening in the next few weeks.        
 
                   
     
F.Y.I.       
Kansas legislature getting a lot of attention from sportsman and conservation groups on several bills.  Many legislators ignoring the wishes of the outdoor public and pursuing bills that would set back Kansas and create a confrontational situation with the federal government. 
 
KDWPT commissioners made changes to the 2014 Deer season in response to declining Deer numbers in parts of Kansas.  Dry conditions of the past two years have hurt the Deer populations in several areas.  
Army Corps of Engineers has been talking about getting out of the park management business at reservoirs.  Some discussions with Kansas Dept. of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism have taken place recently. The recent federal government shut down at local reservoirs is a good reason to pursue this idea for KDWPT.