GRAHAM COUNTY- 40,062 ACRES OF WALK-IN HUNTING!!!

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GRAHAM COUNTY HAS 40,062 ACRES OF WALK-IN HUNTING ACREAGE!!!!!

The Graham County EDC wishes to welcome you as do the businesses that provide you with comfortable lodging, hot breakfasts on cool mornings,lunches to energize you for the afternoon hunt, a comfortable chair at dinnertime with cold drinks to help sooth and relax at the end of the days hunt. rnPlease give us a call if you have questions or if there is anything we can help you with.

This years bird forecast is not a flag waver. For the most part the weather has affected pheasant populations virtually everywhere in the greater central portion of the United States.

BUT REALIZE THIS —– KANSAS STILL LOOKS TO BE IN THE TOP 3 OR 4 PHEASANT PRODUCERS THIS YEAR!!!

So lets look at the positive side of this season for those who enjoy the hunt as well as taking game. Bird populations are down but the pheasant have not disappeared from the face of the earth.

Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism has said that from the information that has been collected and given to them that the best hunting this year will likely be area pockets of northwest and north central Kansas.

Taking a little more time to ask locals what they have heard and seen in regards to the pheasants along with a little extra scouting and boot leather use can only help up your chances of seeing birds.

If this is a once a year outing for you or your group you might seriously think of getting the help of the professionals that offer you their services in the area of pheasant hunting. It is part of their livelihood and they typically know the area and where the birds are. And there are those that have private ground for you to hunt where it\’s almost a guarantee of seeing birds. Even if it\’s for just one day out of your trip it can help provide some extra memories for you to take home.

Do make sure you are on land that is ok for you to be hunting, that you abide by the laws and rules of the state and to hunt in a safe manner.

Below is a link to the Kansas Fall Walk In Hunting Atlas.

I would say good luck but you dont really need good luck or a full limit of birds to have a good time while being out amongst it all. —– True.

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