Kansas Hunting Information Regulations

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Kansas Hunting Regulations

Kansas has a large walk-in hunting areas program (WIHA). This allows hunters free access to large private properties under certain rules. This atlas shows all public lands and Walk-In Hunting Access (WIHA) tracts in Kansas.

WIHA tracts are numbered. Some of the WIHA tracts in the atlas are complexes of small tracts in close proximity to each other. In these cases, the areas have one listing.

The maps included in the atlas are to be used for general reference only. Signs will mark the actual WIHA boundary. In some instances, the boundary may be a creek, river, hedgerow, crop field, or CRP field where the boundary may be difficult to map. Use the posted signs as the true boundary.

The atlas also depicts state and federal areas that are open to hunting. Some of these areas have special regulations in effect and some areas may have refuge areas that are closed to hunting. Contact the specific area office for additional information.

WIHA property can be removed from the program at any time; in this case "No Longer Enrolled in WIHA" signs will be posted. Once these signs are posted, access is prohibited

Oregon Hunting Information

Oregon is not known to be a trophy big game producing state. That said they do have good quantities of animals such as Elk.

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Kansas Hunting Information

Kansas is one of the top producing monster whitetail buck states in the country. It also has some excellent turkey hunting and a few big mule deer in the western part of the state. Kansas has an excellent reputation as a top notch destination for upland birds. It has excellent populations of pheasant and quail due to the vast expanse of suitable prairie and grassland type habitat.

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New Mexico Hunting Information

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