Wednesday, December 07, 2016 as promised the cold front has moved in and scattered snow showers are forecasted through out the day with bitter temperatures. If you are out trying to hunt, remember that quail need time to re-covey so don't hunt past noon or 1:p.m. at the latest. The birds need the covey over night to keep from freezing to death. It looks like it's going to be the deep freeze for at least the next eight days with temperatures not reaching the forties until Saturday but the biggest factor will be the Kansas wind; so dress appropriately and be safe and if you're hunting alone let someone know where you're going to be. Make sure you have extra blankets and emergency supplies in your car. Listen to your radio because severe storms can hit out here without warning. Make a great day!
Hunter's Education class tonight and tomorrow. Make a great weekend!
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Until next time, be well, get into the outdoors and take a young person, soldier or both with you.
About my site:
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR MY SERVICES. Hunt Fort Riley is a NON PROFIT WEB SITE I do not ask for or expect donations. I provide this site for the sole purpose of getting people out of the barracks and into the outdoors, introducing soldiers, youth and the handicap to the sport of hunting and fishing while providing healing to wounded warriors, and help those who desire to discover the many resources available on Fort Riley while doing so in a safe and legal way with the emphasis on safety.
Because I am no longer fully retired my availability to personally guide is severely limited. I will however be available either by phone or e-mail to answer any questions you might have and to offer suggestions as to where you might start. I will continue to guide on weekends and days off.
You can email me at;David@huntfortriley.com
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|Fort Riley Kansas is home to 101,000 acres of the some of the best
quail hunting in the state of Kansas. It is also home to a wide variety
of game birds. Good numbers of doves, quail, turkey, prairie chicken and
pheasants are taken every year.
30 Years of hunting Fort Riley.
I have hunted every inch of the post and if there is a covey of quail or flock of turkeys I don't know of, then they simply don't exist. There is a common misconception that civilians can't hunt on the fort. There are some special requirements that have to be met but hunting on post is open to everyone.
What you will need to hunt on post
In addition to a valid Kansas Resident or non-resident hunting license, post regulations have specific requirements.
You can learn all you need to know by clicking on the links below: