Kansas Photo Contest with KDWPT

Do you want to win a lifetime Kansas hunting license? It's pretty simple: take advantage of Kansas' Walk-In Hunting Access program to hunt private land and submit a photo of your hunt!

The Kansas Chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is partnering with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) to co-sponsor a photo contest in celebration of the 25th anniversary of KDWPT’s incredibly successful Walk-In Hunting Access (WIHA) program! This program annually provides hunters with access to over 1,000,00 acres of privately owned land in the Sunflower State.

Entering the contest is easy, too. Just take and post a picture that includes a WIHA sign, plant a couple of hashtags on it (#ksbha and #kswiha25) and you are entered! Prizes will be given in several categories such as youth, adult, deer and upland. The Grand Prize is a lifetime hunting license (Kansas residents only). Other prizes include gift certificates from KDWPT and others. A cash prize of $200 has been donated by a semi-anonymous Kansas BHA Board member that loves to hunt WIHA in Marshall County, Kansas, even though he says there is nothing there to hunt. If you are not coming to Kansas this year to hunt, but still want to be a part of the contest, contact the Kansas BHA Chapter to discuss a donation of additional prizes for the contest.

Come to Kansas to enjoy our fantastic WIHA hunting, take a WIHA pic and maybe win a great prize! And, if you want to find out who the Marshall County hunter is, tune in to just about any episode of the Kansas BHA Podcast. You can find our podcast wherever you get your other podcasts.

To find out more about KDWPT’s WIHA program and available maps visit ksoutdoors.com/wiha.

About Kurt Ratzlaff

I'm an old retired guy, barely hanging in there, but focused on spreading the love for our public lands and waters!

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