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Hunting in Northwest Kansas

bobwhite quail shot during a pheasant hunt on Kansas WIHA land in Northwest Kansas – 2012

Bobwhite quail shot during a pheasant hunt on Kansas WIHA land in Northwest Kansas – 2012

WIHA

The Walk-In Hunting Access (WIHA) program provides hunting access to private property, mostly for upland game bird hunting.  Some areas have opportunities for deer, waterfowl and squirrel hunting as well. Contract dates run from September 1st or November 1st through January 31st.  Areas are posted with WIHA signs.  Currently there are 1,000,000 acres in the WIHA program.

Hunting information, regulations, seasons, bag limits, license fees and WIHA maps are available at: TravelKS.com

2017 Pheasant Hunting Season:  November 11, 2017 – January 31, 2018
Daily Limit:  4 Roosters
License Fees:  Non-resident $97.50, under 16 $42.50