Wingshooter's Guide to Kansas (Book) -- Second Edition
2008 edition, 387 pages, softcover, 40+ bird distribution maps, 70+ black and white photos
Tom Arnhold and Web Parton bring you the Wingshooter's Guide to Kansas, one of America's premier wingshooting states. Pheasant and quail hunting are outstanding, and Kansas is also one of the few states that has a huntable population of prairie chickens. Wild turkey are hunted in the spring and fall, and waterfowl hunting is excellent. In addition, Kansas initiated a walk in program that provides one million acres of available hunting. Web covers all the hunting opportunities available and where to find the birds and how to hunt them. Includes maps of selected public hunting areas. Plan your entire trip with the information in this guide: towns, motels that accept dogs, outfitters, guides, sporting goods, restaurants, and more.
Each guide contains bird descriptions, bird distribution maps, tips, tactics, and techniques; where to hunt as well as when and how to get there; field dressing a bird for the table or the taxidermist; clothing and equipment suggestions, along with checklists; and helpful advice on taking your hunting dog with you.
Covered Topics Include:
Bird distribution maps
Hunting public and private land (includes maps)
Public land opportunities, including BLM, national forests, and state lands
Hunting Indian reservations and private land
How to hunt each species
Hub city information includes:
Airports and airlines
...and much more
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