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Gilliland, Steve

Beaver on a stick

The first year I trapped beavers in Kansas was a terribly dry year, yet I found a rogue stretch of river just north of...

The Great Coon’ Bait Caper

When it comes to eating habits, raccoons are a lot like teenage boys; they’ll eat anything that smells good, and a lot of things...

Kansas zobie hunting

  Two years ago at a spring conference in Topeka, Lea Ann Seiler, Economic Develop Director for Hodgeman County heard a presentation about a very...

Kansas hunting rises again

Friday morning Joyce and I joined dignitaries from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) and representatives from numerous Kansas tourism related groups...

EZ trap

Saying that Tina Schultz comes from a “trapping” family is a bit of an understatement. When she was growing up in western Iowa, her parents,...

Deer hunts from the past

As I sit writing this week’s column, the 2014 deer firearms season is in the wings and deer hunting stories from my past flood my...

Signs, signs, everwhere are signs

I wrote this column a couple years ago, but it seems to me it can stand repeating, especially after a guy who deer hunts...

Feral fowl

The past few years, feral pythons set free by people who had possessed them for pets, have been wreaking havoc in Florida by eating everything...

Camouflage on a a shoestring

Webster’s dictionary describes camouflage as “A disguise; a deception; to disguise in order to conceal.” Anyone who has priced camouflage clothing at sporting goods stores...

Chili off the grid

You know, I like to watch the popular outdoor TV shows just as much as the next guy. And as much fun as it...
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