Missouri is known as a home to world-class hunting and it has a diverse set of hunting options found in almost every state. The Ozarks in Missouri have a wide range of good hunting options. Missouri Hunting and Fishing Adventures offer unequaled knowledge, skills, and experience. It also provides guide services at various levels of hunting and fishing accommodating everyone from individual hunters to corporate retreats and adventures.
Fishing is highly favored with the best fishing opportunity having beautiful lakes such as Lake of the Ozarks and Truman Lake at the doorstep. In Missouri, hunters take pleasure in hunting, as there is a wide population of hunting opportunities. Hunting activities includes small game, deer, turkey, upland game, or coyotes. Fishing is also made easy by the fact that the lakes are accessible and have wide coverage of dock that provides a fish cleaning station.
FISHING AND HUNTING IN KANSAS
Kansas typically has one of the highest breeding indices for mourning doves that nest in trees, shrubs, and on the ground in crop fields and grasslands. However Four species of doves are legal to hunt in Kansas: mourning dove, Eurasian collared-dove, ringed turtle-dove, and white-winged dove. Kansas has a wonderful classification of game hunting such as:
Turkey Big Game: Antelope, Deer, ElkMigratory Birds: Crow, Dove, Ducks, Geese, Rail, Sandhill, Crane, Snipe, TealUpland Birds: Bobwhite Quail, Greater Prairie Chicken, PheasantFurbearers: Badger, Beaver, Bobcat, Coyote, Gray Fox, Mink, Muskrat, Otter, Raccoon, Red Fox, Striped Skunk, Swift Fox
In Kansas, there is a better population of bluegill, saugeye, and channel catfish
FISHING AND HUNTING IN MONTANA
Hunting in Montana is conducted on both public and private land even though permission is required when hunting on private land. Hunting of birds and waterfowl are considered to work out in most states. Huntable species in Montana include black bears, mule deer, white-tailed deer, pronghorn antelope, Rocky Mountain elk, Shiras moose, mountain goats, mountain lions, bighorn sheep, turkeys, wolves, and bison. Rules in hunting always depend on different spices. Methods used during hunting include:
· Bow haunting
· High seat
· Riffle hunting
· Walk up with dogs
· Meat haunt
· Haunting from a blind
· Gunshot haunting
In Montana, fishing methods vary with the season and the type of water. Fly, spin and bait fishing are all popular techniques, although the use of bait is restricted on some streams. IIn case you are wondering the best lakes for fishing, here is a list of ten of the most popular lakes known for fishing.
- GLEN ELDER RESERVOIR
- SCOTT STATE LAKE
- SEVERY CITY LAKE
- CHASE STATE FISHING LAKE
- COWLEY STATE FISHING LAKE
- EUREKA CITY LAKE
- SLOUGH CREEK
- DEMON LAKE IN DODGE CITY
- LAKE LENEXA
- LAKE OLATHE
FISHING AND HUNTING IN NEBRASKA
Nebraska is also known as a prime destination for upland bird hunters, especially those in pursuit of pheasants, bobwhite quail, greater prairie chickens, sharp-tailed grouse as well as wild turkeys are abundant statewide Nebraska has banned the baiting of hunting areas for big game animals. However, the most common species that are mostly considered as huntable in Nebraska include white-tailed deer, mule deer, pronghorn, elk, and bighorn sheep.
Nebraska is well known for its reservoir fishing. But it’s so unfortunately that fisheries still face challenges because nearly every major river system in Nebraska is polluted, typically by some combination of runoff of sediment, nutrients, pesticides from farm fields and feedlots, bacteria and ammonia from outdated municipal treatment plants, and sediment from construction sites which has driven out so many fish species. Wading is the most common technique along streams and rivers and it is most preferred as Waders also helps improve traction on slippery stream bottoms.