category : Hunting
Outside of the state park lies nearly 9,000 acres of wildlife area. For hunters, the reservoir and surrounding area is located in some of the finest upland game bird and big game hunting in the state. The 6,900 surface acres of water provide excellent waterfowl hunting and viewing as well as some very good fishing opportunities.
Both white tail and mule dear graze the prairies and woodlands, an abundance of ring neck pheasants can be heard crowing anywhere in the county and both the greater and lesser prairie chickens are increasing in numbers in this area. Other game birds available are geese, ducks, dove and quail. Trego County has over 19,000 acres, in 63 tracts, of private land leased by Kansas Wildlife and Parks available for walk-in hunting. There are still many private landowners who will give permission to hunt their land and fish their ponds when politely asked. This is all in addition to the public wildlife areas at Cedar Bluff.
Address: 7 miles east of WaKeeney and 13 miles south of Interstate 70 at exit #135
Our Email: CedarBluffSP@wp.state.ks.us
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