Hunt Kansas

If you are looking for adventure, you have come to the right place.  We have plenty of land to hunt, expert guides, fast wily birds and trophy deer just waiting to give you an action-packed adventure of a lifetime!

 

Legislative Update

KSHA:

  Yesterday the Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources held hearings on S 301, which was introduced by Senator Carolyn McGinn, R-Sedgwick to require those who hold themselves out as outfitters and guides to register with the KDWP&T.  She is frustrated with people seeking hunting privileges on her property without a way to confirm whether they are simply seeking access as an individual or guiding for pay for other parties, among other concerns.

From the Desk of Whitney

  Yesterday I appeared before the House Agriculture Committee and requested introduction of a bill to extend the CSA season from ending on March 31 to April 30.  If passed, the bill would not become effective until July 1, so this is a 2019 season issue.  There are ways to get a bill into the statute book sooner, but even under the best of circumstances, I doubt we could get this done in time for 2018.

2018 Fun Hunt

$200 Registration includes a guided half-day, high activity, no limit field hunt. Morning and afternoon hunting options are available. There will be approximately six hunters in a group.    

Overnight lodging, breakfast, and lunch are NOT included but are available by arrangement. Contact Ringneck Ranch by calling 785-373-4835 for more information.  

Deadline for registration and payment is February 25th.  

Event Date: 
Saturday, March 3, 2018 - 08:15
Event Price: 
$200.00

WBDPA Legislative Update 180112

Legislative & Political Update

January 12, 2018

     The Kansas Legislature convened the 2018 session on Monday, January 8.  Although a relatively slow work, legislatively speaking, the Governor’s State of the State speech delivered to a joint session of the House and Senate on Tuesday of this week made up for any deficiency of excitement or entertainment.