KSALLINK.com
Salina Chiropractic
KSN
   
  

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

Click here for Trophy page

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:    

March 26, 2015  Kansas History Center, 6425 SW 6th Ave, Topeka, KS  1:00 pm 
  

April 23, 2015  Great Plains Nature Center, 6232 E 29th St N, Wichita, KS  1:00 pm 

June 18, 2015  Hays, Location TBA  1:00 pm      

  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

Ft Hays shooting team

Nebr Game and Parks 

Colorado Div of Wildlife

Kansas River flows

Kansas Walleye Assoc 

        

 
  

 

Bob's Best Bets  
Jan 30, 2015   
Most reservoirs are open with some boat access at most of them. Walleye anglers at Wilson has been good with some doing very well.  Anglers fishing from bank at Lucas point catching Walleyes.  Most of the ice is gone at area lakes and remaining ice considered dangerous.   
   
             
F.Y.I.   
 
Mixed reaction from the shooting community on the legislation to not require a permit for concealed carry.  Many people taking the current required class for a permit are inexperienced shooters unaware of gun safety measures.   
 
 
Wild game of Kansas cook book by Mike Pearce, Wichita Eagle outdoor writer and photographer is now available.  Good present for an hunter or angler.  Available online at the Eagles website.  www.kansas.com/oudoors          
 
Army Corps of Engineers has been talking about getting out of the park management business at reservoirs in the Tulsa District.  Some discussions with Kansas Dept. of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism have taken place over the past few years. Last year's federal government shut down at local reservoirs is a good reason to pursue this idea for KDWPT.