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"That’s right. Kansas fishing isn’t what it used to be. It’s much more. Oh, we still have some of the best channel, flathead, and blue catfishing to be found, but today Kansas anglers have great variety." From kdwp.state.ks.us. Heartland Outdoor is here to outfit you with all your fishing needs.

"The best pheasant hunting will be in northwest and west-central Kansas, but portions of central and southwestern Kansas will also offer some excellent opportunities." From kdwp.state.ks.us. Heartland Outdoor offers Filson and other high range apparel for your next pheasant hunt.

"Nine populations of geese occur in Kansas, with all but one, the Eastern Prairie Canada Goose Population, being at, or above, their population objective. Kansas is located within the Central Flyway and shares its goose resources with the other states of that Flyway, Canada, and to a lesser extent the Mississippi Flyway." kdwp.state.ks.us Have you tried Goose Jerky? Find out the details at Heartland Outdoor.

"Kansas’ dove harvest is in the top five in the U.S. Doves in Kansas are primarily hunted in harvested grain fields (particularly sunflowers and millet) and small water holes or windmill ponds in pastures. Some KDWP wildlife areas, mainly in the southeastern and southcentral portions of the state, manage some crop fields for dove hunting." kdwp.state.ks.us. Outfit your lifestyle with Heartland Outdoors, get ready for the upcoming season, today.

"Kansas boasts some of the best upland bird populations in the world. In fact, the largest concentrations of both lesser and greater prairie chickens are found in Kansas. Bobwhite quail still thrive throughout much of the state, and in the far southwest corner, scaled quail can be found." kdwp.state.ks.us

"Whitetails have adapted well to Kansas’ modern landscape, finding cover in natural woodlands, shelterbelts, old homesteads and grasslands, and abundant food in cropfields. The selective management program has created a healthy deer herd, with excellent potential for trophy-sized bucks in all regions." kdwp.state.ks.us Heartland Outdoor is Buck Central. It is never too soon to start planning ahead for the next season.

"Most of the 27 species of ducks which frequent Kansas are produced in states and the Canadian provinces to the north. Although 14 species of ducks are known to have nested in Kansas, the major portion of the resident breeding population, estimated at about 20,000 pairs, is composed of wood ducks, blue-winged teal and mallards." kdwp.state.ks.us Bag your limit with Heartland Outdoor calls, decoys, ammo, weapons and more.