Nearly 214,000 Walk-In Hunting Access acres are available this spring
PRATT – Hunting for spring turkeys can have it’s own set of challenges, but this year, finding
-Grabbing a printed copy of the2014 Spring Turkey Hunting Atlasavailable wherever licenses are sold
-Downloading an online copy of the2014 Spring Turkey Hunting Atlasfrom ksoutdoors.com
-Uploading the locations directly to a Garmin GPS Unit
-Uploading the locations to the Google Earth digital globe, or handheld device through Google Earth Mobile
Prior to accessing any Kansas WIHA properties, hunters are reminded to review the WIHA Area Rules & Information section of the2014 Spring Turkey Hunting Atlas.
Although there are no additional fees or sign-up required to access Kansas WIHA properties, hunters are still encouraged to be courteous if someone else is already using the property. All enrolled tracts are marked with WIHA signs to designate boundaries. If a tract shows on the map but doesn’t have signs, don’t access it. WIHA land is enrolled voluntarily by Kansas landowners, who may remove their property from the program at any time, for any reason. If a tract is removed, the signs will be taken down. It is up to hunters to be responsible, respectful, ethical, and safe to ensure the future availability of these properties.
For more information on the WIHA program, visit ksoutdoor.com/wiha.
The 2014 spring turkey season will begin with the archery and youth/disabled season, followed by the regular firearm season .
2014 Spring turkey permits for Units 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 are available online or at any license vendor through.
Hunters who drew a Unit 4 (southwest Kansas) spring turkey permit earlier this year may also use their Unit 4 permit in adjacent Units 1, 2 and 5.