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MARCH

11 — 2-person Small Bore Scramble 100, Ravenwood Lodge. .410, 28 and 20 gauge. For more info, call (785) 256-6444 or email RavenHPSC@aol.com.

11 — Kansas BASS Nation Youth Fishing Tournament, Big Hill Reservoir. Weigh-in at 1 p.m. at boat ramp near dam. For more information, contact Richard Heflin at (785) 246-0243 or by email at richard.heflin@se2.com.

14 — “Fish Tales from the Kaw” presentation by Ned Kehde, noon to 1 p.m., Great Overland Station.

16-18 — 2018 Bassmaster Classic, Lake Keowee, S.C.

17 — European pheasant hunt, Cokeley Farms. Registration at 9 a.m., shooting at 10 a.m. 50 spots available, first-come, first-served. 500 birds to be released, food served afterward. To sign up, contact Cokeley Farms at (785) 771-3817. The shoot will take place regardless of weather.

17 — St. Patrick's Day Shoot Off, Ravenwood Lodge. For more info, call (785) 256-6444 or email RavenHPSC@aol.com.

22 — KWPT Commission meeting, 1 p.m., Kansas Historical Society in Topeka. Streaming audio and video at ksoutdoors.com.

24 — Catfish Chasers fishing tournament, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Milford Lake. Check in at the State Park Marina. For more info, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at studebakerdavid@yahoo.com.

24-25 — Regular 40-target archery 3D shoot, T.H.E. Archery Club at S.W. 97th and Topeka Boulevard. For details, visit http://www.thearcheryclub.org.

25 — European Driven Pheasant Hunt, Ravenwood Lodge. Deposit must be paid by March 20 to hold spot. For more info, call (785) 256-6444 or email RavenHPSC@aol.com.

31 — Ladies Spring Warm Up, Ravenwood Lodge. 50 targets each. For more info, call (785) 256-6444 or email RavenHPSC@aol.com.

APRIL

6 — Kaw Valley NWTF banquet, 6 p.m., American Legion Post 142 in Perry. For more info, contact Derek Payne at buckpayne2659@gmail.com.

7 — NWTF Northeast Kansas Upland Heritage, 5 p.m., American Legion Post 153 in Olathe. For more info, contact Adam Kucera at (913) 708-4377 or kooch75@gmail.com.

8 — Kansas BASS Nation College State Bass Fishing Championship, Milford Reservoir. Boater's meeting at 6 a.m. at Rock Creek State Park boat ramp near marina prior to takeoff. $80 entry fee. For more information, contact Richard Heflin at (785) 246-0243 or by email at richard.heflin@se2.com.

11 — “Crossing the Kansas River on the Oregon Trail” presentation by Tom Ellis, noon to 1 p.m., Great Overland Station.

21-22 — Kansas BASS Nation MR. BASS, Cedar Bluff Reservoir. $200 boater entry fee, $100 co-angler fee. For more info, contact Danny Barrett at (620) 200-8723 or danb4ku@gmail.com.

21 — Youth Aquatic Education Day, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Marina Cove at Council Grove Lake. For more contact Phil Taunton at (620) 794-5373 or Ginger Cansler at (785) 499-3610, (620) 767-5924 or by email at cgmarina.cansler@gmail.com. Additional information is available online at fishingsfuture.org and fishks.org.

21 — Catfish Chasers fishing tournament, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Perry Reservoir. Check in at south state park boat ramp. For more info, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at studebakerdavid@yahoo.com.

22 — NWTF Smoky Valley Strutters banquet, 5 p.m., Best Western Hotel in McPherson. For more info, contact Brent Smith at (316) 250-9510 or bullrider1221@cox.net.

26 — KWPT Commission meeting, 1 p.m., Memorial Building, Alliance Room, 101 S. Lincoln in Chanute. Streaming audio and video at ksoutdoors.com.

28 — Kansas State Fishing Team’s Big Bass Bash fundraiser tournament, 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Perry Reservoir. More info at https://www.facebook.com/kstatefishingteam/.

28-29 — Regular 40-target archery 3D shoot, T.H.E. Archery Club at S.W. 97th and Topeka Boulevard. For details, visit http://www.thearcheryclub.org.

28-29 — Kansas Crappie Club fishing tournament to benefit Kansas Special Olympics, Clinton Lake. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at Ramp No. 2. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

MAY

4 — NWTF Munkers Creek Limbhangers banquet, 5:30 p.m., Morris County 4-H Center in Council Grove. For more info, contact Vance Ralstin at (620) 443-5309 or hntnsmtn@bluestemtelco.com.

5 — Kansas Bass Nation High School 2-Man Team State Championship. For more information, contact Richard Heflin at (785) 246-0243 or by email at richard.heflin@se2.com.

6 — Kansas Bass Nation Youth 2-Man Team State Championship. For more information, contact Richard Heflin at (785) 246-0243 or by email at richard.heflin@se2.com.

9 — “Improving Access on the Kaw River” by Aaron Deters, noon to 1 p.m., Great Overland Station.

12 — Kansas Crappie Club fishing tournament, Perry Reservoir. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at Jefferson Points Boat Ramp. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

19-20 — Kansas BASS Nation 4-Man Team Series No. 1, Melvern Reservoir. $500 entry fee per team, 90 percent cash back. Two anglers per boat. For more info, contact Danny Barrett at (620) 200-8723 or danb4ku@gmail.com.

JUNE

2-3 — Wakarusa Valley Traditional Rendezvous, T.H.E. Archery Club at S.W. 97th and Topeka Boulevard. Registration at 8 a.m., $15 entry fee for adults, kids 12 and under free. For details, visit http://www.thearcheryclub.org.

9 — Kansas BASS Nation Frank Strong Scholarship Benefit Team Tournament, 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Big Hill Lake. $40 entry. Takeoff/weigh-in at Mound Valley Ramp. For more info, contact Danny Barrett at (620) 200-8723 or danb4ku@gmail.com.

16 — Kansas Crappie Club fishing tournament, Hillsdale. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at Jayhawk Marina. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

21 — KWPT Commission meeting, 1 p.m., Great Plains Nature Center Auditorium, 6232 E. 29th St. N. in Wichita. Streaming audio and video at ksoutdoors.com.

22-24 — 2018 Kansas Skeet Shooting Association State Championships, Capital City Gun Club. For more information, visit http://www.capitalcitygunclub.com/.

23-24 — Regular 40-target archery 3D shoot, T.H.E. Archery Club at S.W. 97th and Topeka Boulevard. For details, visit http://www.thearcheryclub.org.

JULY

7 — Kansas Crappie Club fishing tournament, Pomona Lake. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at Ramp No. 2. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

14 — Sunflower State Games skeet and trap shooting championships, Capital City Gun Club. For more information, visit http://www.capitalcitygunclub.com/.

14 — Catfish Chasers fishing tournament, 7 to 10 p.m., Missouri River in St. Joseph, Mo. Check in at French Bottoms Ramp. $5,000 guaranteed first place, $500 big fish. For more info, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at studebakerdavid@yahoo.com.

19-21 — Bassmaster College National Championship, Lake Tenkiller, Cherokee County, Okla.

21 — NWTF Flint Hills Gobblers banquet, 5:30 p.m., K of C Hall in Olpe. For more info, contact Sandra Evans at (620) 794-6763 or evanssle@hotmail.com.

28 — Catfish Chasers fishing tournament, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., John Redmond Reservoir. Check in at ramp by dam. $1,000 guaranteed for first place. For more info, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at studebakerdavid@yahoo.com.

28-29 — Regular 40-target archery 3D shoot, T.H.E. Archery Club at S.W. 97th and Topeka Boulevard. For details, visit http://www.thearcheryclub.org.

31 — Fort Riley Guns and Gear NWTF banquet, 5 a.m., Riley’s Conference Center. For more, contact Stacey Woods at (620) 873-5159

AUGUST

4 — Kansas Crappie Club fishing tournament, El Dorado Lake. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at Sailboat Cove Ramp. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

5 — Kansas Crappie Club Single Pole Shootout, El Dorado Lake. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at Sailboat Cove Ramp. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

11 — Catfish Chasers fishing tournament, 7 p.m. to 8 a.m., Coffey County Lake (Wolf Creek). Check in at main ramp through gate. Limit of 40 boats, pre-entry only. $2,000 guaranteed for first place. For more info, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at studebakerdavid@yahoo.com.

14-16 — Bassmaster College Series Classic Bracket, Milford Reservoir.

25-26 — Williamsport Classic, T.H.E. Archery Club at S.W. 97th and Topeka Boulevard. Registration at 8 a.m., $15 entry fee for adults, kids 12 and under free. For details, visit http://www.thearcheryclub.org.

25-26 — Catfish Chasers two-day fishing tournament, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, Calamus Lake, Neb. Check in at Homestead Knolls ramp. $200 entry fee if postmarked before Aug. 9, $300 after. Limited to 80. For more info, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at studebakerdavid@yahoo.com.

SEPTEMBER

1 — Kansas Crappie Club fishing tournament, Melvern Reservoir. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at the state park’s west ramp. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

8-9 — Catfish Chasers two-day fishing tournament, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, Perry Reservoir. Check in at south state park ramp. Entry $125 per day. Added money for two-day total. For more info, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at studebakerdavid@yahoo.com.

8 — Hays Bass Anglers Association’s 18th annual Big Bass Challenge, 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wilson Lake. Visit www.haysbass.com for more details.

8 — Kansas BASS Nation High School Qualifier No. 1, Wilson Reservoir. Takeoff/weigh-in at Hell Creek Boat Ramp. For more information, contact Richard Heflin at (785) 246-0243 or by email at richard.heflin@se2.com.

9 — Kansas BASS Nation Youth Qualifier No. 1, Wilson Reservoir. Takeoff/weigh-in at Hell Creek Boat Ramp. For more information, contact Richard Heflin at (785) 246-0243 or by email at richard.heflin@se2.com.

22 — Catfish Chasers fishing tournament, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Missouri River in Atchison. Check in at Atchison City Ramp. $2,000 guaranteed for first place. For more info, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at studebakerdavid@yahoo.com.

22-23 — Regular 40-target archery 3D shoot, T.H.E. Archery Club at S.W. 97th and Topeka Boulevard. For details, visit http://www.thearcheryclub.org.

22-23 — Kansas BASS Nation State Qualifier, Stockton Lake. $200 boater entry fee, $100 co-angler fee. For more info, contact Danny Barrett at (620) 200-8723 or danb4ku@gmail.com.

OCTOBER

6 — Kansas BASS Nation High School Qualifier No. 2, Hillsdale Reservoir. Takeoff/weigh-in at Jayhawk Boat Ramp. For more information, contact Richard Heflin at (785) 246-0243 or by email at richard.heflin@se2.com.

7 — Kansas BASS Nation Youth Qualifier No. 2, Hillsdale Reservoir. Takeoff/weigh-in at Jayhawk Boat Ramp. For more information, contact Richard Heflin at (785) 246-0243 or by email at richard.heflin@se2.com.

13 — Kansas Crappie Club fishing tournament, Tuttle Creek State Park. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at Stockdale Ramp. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

20-21 — Kansas BASS Nation 4-Man Team Series No. 2, Wilson Lake. $500 entry fee per team, 90 percent cash back. Two anglers per boat. For more info, contact Danny Barrett at (620) 200-8723 or danb4ku@gmail.com.

NOVEMBER

10-11 — Kansas Crappie Club Veterans Day fishing tournament, Milford Reservoir. Morning registration, weigh-ins at Farnum Creek Ramp. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

DECEMBER

1 — Kansas Crappie Club Benefit Toy Drive, Fishing Tournament at Clinton Reservoir. Morning registration, 2:30 p.m. weigh-in at Ramp No. 2. Cost of registration is $40 and a toy donation. Team entry fees are $100, plus $25 for optional big fish award. For more info, visit kansascrappieclub.com.

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