Hunters are always encouraged to refer to the 2013 Kansas Hunting & Furharvesting before hitting the field
PRATT – For some, the beginning of fall is heralded by leaves changing colors, for others it’s cooler temperatures and shorter days, but for hunters fall is marked by the start of deer season. In less than two weeks, hunters will take to tree stands and blinds throughout the state, bow in hand and powder horn packed.
The 2013 muzzleloader season will beginand run through . New this year, hunters are allowed to use muzzleloading rifles, muskets and pistols, .40 caliber or larger.
The 2013 archery season will begin www.ksoutdoors.com.and run through . New this year, crossbows are legal archery equipment for all archers. However, anyone who hunts big game or turkeys with a crossbow must obtain a free Crossbow Survey ID Number available online at
Hunter orange, a hat and vest, must be worn by all hunters during the muzzleloader season, and shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
The next deer season will be the new two-day Pre-rut Whitetail Antlerless Only season from, followed by the Regular Firearm season .
To download an electronic version of the 2013 Kansas Hunting & Furharvesting Regulations Summary, visitksoutdoors.com and click “Hunting / Hunting Regulations.” Printed copies can be found at local license vendors and at any Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism regional office.