Hunt Fort Riley Kansas

(and surrounding public areas)


Recipient of the June 2013 Field and Stream Heroes of Conservation Award.



Marine Corp

Vietnam

Army

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Saint George, Kansas

As promised the Fort Riley Outdoorsmans Group has posted information for their 8th annual dove hunt. I have posted a link with all the information down below. Make a great day!

UP COMING EVENTS

SMOKY HILLS YOUTH FEST AUGUST 26, 2017

FROG 8TH ANNUAL DOVE HUNT SEPTEMBER 1, 2017

3D ARCHERY FUN-SHOOT SEPTEMBER 9, 2017

All you FACEBOOK users can like me at: Hunt Fort Riley.

Until next time, be well, get into the outdoors and take a young person, soldier or both with you.

David



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.

I am available to guide on a first come first serve basis. If you would like to schedule a fishing trip drop me an e-mail with some dates and the type of fishing you're interested in doing. Remember that my services are FREE but my priority is military, handicap, youth and novice (beginners).

You can email me at;David@huntfortriley.com

My contact numbers are:


Home: 785-494-2997

Cell: 785-477-6467

Kansas isportsman registration/log in

 
Dove season opens on September 1, and hunters are reminded that they will need a Kansas Hunting License and Kansas HIP Permit. With more than forty-five locations state wide hunters will have plenty of opportunity to harvest a daily limit. Fort Riley has four managed locations but doves can be found anywhere near sunflowers or ponds. Doves will normally head for water out the roost and back for water just before going to roost in the evening. 

Dove Season on Fort Riley.

Dove hunting is traditionally very good on Fort Riley and if the weather stays warm to hot, doves can be expected to stay around for most of the season. The best hunting and most doves harvested are usually during the first two weekends before all the pressure. When dove hunting a field it is really good if you can get enough hunters to cover all four, corners as this will keep the doves moving. Decoys such as the Mojo with moving wings are magnets. Make sure you take plenty of water, sun screen, and insect repellent. Wear light/dark clothing or camouflage and a hat. If you're using a dog carry a squirt water bottle to squirt in his mouth before sending him/her to retrieve. That will keep the dove feathers from sticking to the roof of the dog's mouth; something that dogs hate.

 

What you will need to hunt doves on Fort Riley

In addition to a valid Kansas Resident or non-resident hunting license, a Kansas HIP Permit, and a Fort Riley (except for the annual dove hunt) Access Permit. There are exceptions hunters age younger than 16 or older than 64 and all ranks E4 and below are not required to have an Access Permit. 

The below links are really worth your time and effort and are STRONGLY recommended if you have never hunted the fort before:

Fort Riley Isportsman Net

Kansas isportsman registration/log in

Traditional Hunter's Education Courses

Internet Assisted Hunter's Education Courses

Find a Shooting Range

The Latest FROG NEWS

NOTE FIRST TIME VISITORS TO FORT RILEY READ THIS FIRST!

THE 2017/18 FORT RILEY DEER FACT SHEET

THE FORT RILEY ELK INFORMATION PAPER

THE TRUTH ABOUT DOVE HUNTING

ENVIRONMENTAL DIVISION FACEBOOK PAGE

TA20 SUNFLOWER FIELD

JULIET SUNFLOWER FIELDS

ALPHA/DELTA SUNFLOWER FIELDS

DOVE RECIPES

LETTERS AND STORIES

LINKS I ENDORSE