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DIY Fishing Experience
207 Acres at Gardner Farms in Louisburg, KS
Starting Price$50 / Guest
Waterfowl Hunt
10,000 Acres at OJO Ranch in Syracuse, KS
Price$75 / Guest
DIY Birding
75 Acres at GFRO River Farm in Garfield, KS
Starting Price$25 / Guest
Quail or Dove Hunt
850 Acres at Hat Creek Cattle Co. in Cheney, KS
Starting Price$100 / Guest
Whitetail/Mule Deer Hunt
1,100 Acres at Ackerman Farms in Brewster, KS
Starting Price$400 / Guest
Dove Hunt
550 Acres at Long Farms in White Cloud, KS
Starting Price$100 / Guest
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History of outdoors and exploration in Kansas

Kansas, The Sunflower State, once the home of nomadic Native American tribes, became synonymous with the spirit of American exploration during the westward expansion in the 19th century. The legendary Oregon and Santa Fe Trails passed through Kansas, carving paths for pioneers and gold rush prospectors. Today, these historic trails are popular hiking routes providing a glimpse into the past. In the early 20th century, Kansas' vast prairies were transformed into fertile farmland. However, amidst this agricultural development, a commitment to conservation emerged. State parks like Kanopolis and Cheney were established in the 1950s to preserve Kansas' unique landscapes. These parks now offer myriad outdoor activities including hiking, fishing, hunting and camping. Kansas is also renowned for its hunting heritage. From abundant white-tailed deer in its hardwood forests to upland game birds like pheasants and quail in its grasslands - Kansas has been a hunter's paradise for centuries. Fishing too is deeply ingrained in Kansas' culture with over 24 species of game fish found in its waters. Kansas is a large agricultural state with $21.4B of ag production, and roughly 98% of the land privately owned by farmers and ranchers. The major crops are cow/calf production, corn, wheat, soybeans and sorghum. When planning hunting trips to Kansas on private lands like farms & ranches, it's important to understand some key dates for farmers and ranchers. Ranchers in this region usually do their calving, brandings and vaccinations anywhere from February through June and will ship cattle in late fall. During these times, they are extremely busy and may be harder to communicate with. Farmers in Kansas will usually begin planting their crops in late April through June and then will harvest their crops in September through November, depending on weather.
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Popular outdoor activities in Kansas

Kansas is a hidden gem teeming with diverse landscapes and abundant wildlife. Whether you're an angler seeking the thrill of hooking a large-mouth bass or a hunter tracking white-tail deer, Kansas offers ample opportunities. The state boasts over 24 reservoirs, 40 state parks, and countless rivers and streams. Fishing enthusiasts can cast their lines in the serene waters of Wilson Lake or Cheney Reservoir, known for their walleye and striped bass populations. For hunters, the vast prairies in western Kansas provide prime habitat for pheasant and quail, while the wooded hills in eastern Kansas are perfect for deer hunting. Hiking is another popular activity in Kansas with trails traversing through scenic landscapes such as the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve - a unique ecosystem that once covered 170 million acres of North America. Cyclists can take on the challenge of Flint Hills Nature Trail, spanning over 90 miles through rolling hills and dense forests. For those seeking water-based adventures, Kansas River offers excellent fishing, canoeing, and kayaking opportunities. This 173-mile long river flows through areas rich in wildlife making it a perfect spot for birdwatching too. Remember to respect local regulations and conservation efforts while indulging in these activities to ensure these natural treasures are preserved for future generations. Whether you're an avid angler, hunter or hiker - Kansas is your destination for an unforgettable outdoor adventure.
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Popular counties for outdoor activities in Kansas

Sedgwick County, home to the Arkansas River, is a popular destination for fishing enthusiasts. Here, you can catch species like Channel Catfish and Flathead Catfish in abundance. For hunting aficionados, Butler County's vast expanses of grassland provide an ideal habitat for game such as White-tailed Deer and Wild Turkey. If hiking is more your speed, Shawnee County's Lake Shawnee Trail offers 7 miles of scenic paths winding around a beautiful lake. For those who prefer water-based activities, Douglas County houses Clinton Lake where you can engage in boating, swimming and fishing for species like Walleye and Crappie. Meanwhile, Johnson County's Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens offer a tranquil escape for nature lovers with over 300 acres of lush landscapes to explore. Finally, if camping under the stars appeals to your adventurous spirit, consider a trip to Lyon County's Chase State Fishing Lake & Wildlife Area where you can set up camp amidst breathtaking natural beauty.
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