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Trout Season in Kansas

Submitted by on November 1, 2012 – 8:40 amNo Comment

If you’re the kind of Road Trips Foodie who likes to catch and then cook dinner while traveling, consider this: the 2012 trout season opens today (November 1, 2012) in Kansas when select waters across the state will be stocked with trout for this winter fishing activity.

More than 30 small lakes and several streams will receive trout stockings periodically between November 1 and April 15, 2013.

The trout season has traditionally opened October 15 and closed April 15 in Kansas. However, in recent years, stockings in some waters were delayed because of warm weather.

To avoid angler confusion, loss of trout and maintain efficient stocking schedules, the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission approved a November 1 opening day beginning in 2012.

There are two types of trout waters in Kansas; Type 1 requires all anglers age 16 and older fishing during the trout season to have a trout permit; Type 2 waters require anglers 16 and older who are fishing for or in possession of trout to have a trout permit. Anglers 15 and younger can fish for trout without a trout permit, but they may only keep two trout per day. The daily creel limit for anglers with a trout permit is five per day unless posted otherwise.

During that season, some waters stocked with trout require a trout permit ($12.50) whether fishing for trout or not, and others require a trout permit only for anglers fishing for trout. Waters are listed on the location page.

In addition, all residents 16 through 64 years old and non-residents 16 and older must also have a valid fishing license. Information on trout permits is available online.

(Photo courtesy of Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism)

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