PRATT – Know the name of the reservoir you want to fish, but can’t remember the daily creel limit for channel catfish? Having a hard time remembering the difference between a bluegill and a green sunfish? Thanks to improvements made to the 2018 Kansas Fishing Regulations Summary – online now at ksoutdoors.com and at license vendor locations soon – you can access the answers to these questions faster than ever before. When flipping through this year’s summary, you’ll notice three big improvements: a larger, bolder table of contents; color-coded sections for quick reference; and alphabetized fishing locations (as opposed locations organized by region).
To download a free copy of the newly-improved summary, visit ksoutdoors.com/Fishing or view the easy-to-use, full-color pamphlet right there online.
When you get your copy of the 2018 Kansas Fishing Regulations Summary, be sure to pay special attention to the “New For 2018” section, as well as the individual listings for your favorite spots, as length and creel changes may have occurred.