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Geary County Fish and Game Sportsmans Acres

K244 Spur, South of Milford Lake Dam

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Dove Season Is Here!

posted Sep 4, 2020, 5:15 PM by Sportsmans Acres

  • Dove Season has started statewide!
  • Daily bag limit: The daily bag limit of 15 applies to mourning and white-winged doves, single species or in combination. There is no limit on Eurasian collared or ringed turtle doves, but any taken in addition to the mourning and white-winged dove daily bag must have a fully-feathered wing attached while being transported.
  • Possession limit: 45 (mourning and white-winged doves)

  • With fall other species hunts will be opening 
Here is a quick link to get you up to date with the latest hunting seasons info from Kansas Wildlife and Parks. 

September 14 Monthly Meeting 7:00 and Newsletter link

posted Sep 4, 2020, 4:57 PM by Sportsmans Acres   [ updated Sep 4, 2020, 5:21 PM ]

The September Member Meeting of the Geary County Fish & Game Association will be 7:00 pm on Monday, September 14 at Sportsmans Acres. 

After the brief business meeting, the program will be Ken Wenger from the Milford Corps of Engineers Office, bringing us up to date on Milford Lake status of recovery from last year’s high water, this year’s facilities usage, and future plans for the lake from a Corps perspective. 

The September newsletter is out click on the link below. 

July Monthly Meeting and Program

posted Jul 3, 2020, 5:44 PM by Sportsmans Acres

July Meeting and Program; Our next Member Meeting will be on
Monday, 13 July, at Sportsman’s Acres and it will begin promptly at 7:00 pm. 

Lots of upcoming activities and projects to be discussed.  Our program for the evening will be a presentation by Matthew J. Olson, a GCF&GA Board Member, on Suicide Prevention and Firearm Safety.  
There are lots of people out there with new guns in the home and some folks dealing with stressful times so this is a very timely topic. Suicide and gun safety are a tough thing to talk about, but Matthew has experienced loss and some close calls, so is motivated to get the ball rolling in this discussion.  
Matthew has weeded through unbiased statistics to present the facts. We can all own guns safely, but are we being safe enough while protecting ourselves and our families?  Even if you think you are, you might be surprised by what you are missing and there are plenty of good tips to be gained by this presentation. Even if you've never lost anybody or had any close calls, yet, we can't be complacent when lives matter. This should be an informative and thought-provoking program so come on out and bring a friend. 

Our newsletter is out click on the link below for the newsletter

March Newsletter and March Meeting

posted Mar 8, 2020, 5:40 PM by Sportsmans Acres

Our next monthly meeting will be on Monday, 9 March at 7:00 pm at Sportsman’s Acres.   
We are getting some great items to choose from for Door Prizes now, so if you’re interested in winning one of them bring a Dollar to throw in the bucket for a chance to win.   After the business meeting, our speaker for the night will be Kevin Griggs from Clay Center.   
Kevin is a long-time collector of Marlin lever-action rifles and a long-range rimfire competitor.  He’ll be bringing several of his Marlins to show and talk about and will also talk about the Tappan Hill Black Powder Cartridge Rifle Gun Club and Range.   

Last Month For The Youth Program Fundraiser Raffle.

posted Sep 6, 2019, 3:19 PM by Sportsmans Acres

Click the link below to see the 3 great packages you can purchase tickets for

Newsletter and Events

posted Sep 5, 2019, 5:15 PM by Sportsmans Acres

The September newsletter is uploaded, click below for upcoming events and news. 

The September meeting will start at 7:00 pm on Monday, 9 September at Sportsman's Acres.   
There will be several items for the membership to discuss and decide on for future activities and policies.   

National Hunting & Fishing Day Planning 
We’ve had two meetings so far and have things pretty well mapped out for the celebration.  The event will be 9am-
3 pm on Saturday, 28 September at Sportsman's Acres.  Check the newsletter for volunteer needs for the event. 

Angler Education Instructor Course

posted Jul 10, 2019, 8:40 AM by Sportsmans Acres   [ updated Jul 10, 2019, 8:44 AM ]

Angler Education Instructor Course

On 13 July at 2:00 pm there will be an Angler Education Instructor training course held by KDWPT personnel at Sportsman’s Acres.  If interested in helping get families and youngsters outdoors and on the water, check out the attached flyer, get signed up, and be there for the training.  It’s totally free, but is limited to 25 spaces so don’t wait.  Contact Chris Biggs at 785.307.0726 or at for more info or to register.  


Upcoming Events

posted Jul 10, 2019, 8:26 AM by Sportsmans Acres

Upcoming Events at Sportsmen’s Acres 

Ranges Summer Schedule – 

Open Sat & Sun Afternoons 12-4 and Tues Evenings 5-8

12 Jul – KDWPT shoot at Sportsmen’s Acres

13 Jul – Fishing Instructor Clinic - 2:00-6:00 

15 Jul – Board Meeting – 6:30

20 Jul – Riley Co. Fish & Game/GCF&G Fun Shoot & BBQ – 1:30

28 Jul – Registered Trap Shoot

30 Jul – Trap League

10 Aug – Hunter Education Class

12 Aug – Member Meeting and Fish Fry – 6-8

18 Aug – Registered Trap Shoot

19 Aug – Board Meeting – 6:30

27 Aug – Trap League

9 Sep – Member Meeting and Program – 7-8:30

16 Sep – Board Meeting – 6:30

21 Sep – Kansas Wildscape Shoot

28 Sep – National Hunting & Fishing Day Celebration

July Program and Meeting

posted Jul 4, 2019, 10:46 AM by Sportsmans Acres

July 8 Program and Meeting 7:00 PM
Meeting and Program at Sportsman’s Acres with a short business meeting and discussion of upcoming activities and projects.  

The program for the evening will be Larry George and Mike Johnson talking about the Kansas High School Clays Trap League and their spring season and state tournament.   
This is the 4th year of the program and it has grown to over 70 schools with over 1800 student participants across the state this year.   

This program partners local volunteers, ranges, sponsors, and schools to provide safe, fun, and competitive shooting sports alternatives for Kansas kids.   GCF&GA has sponsored and coached the Chapman Schools team for the last 2 years, which has developed some top shooters in the state. Targets are shot each week during the spring league and scores are posted to the League website for virtual competition with schools that have similar team size.   
No travel to other schools or ranges is required until the state tournament which is held at the KTA trap park near Wichita.  The state tournament has grown to 2 days, with over 600 kids competing on the 1st day.  This should be an interesting and informative program. 
Come on out and bring your friends!! 

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Turkey season and box calls!

posted May 3, 2019, 12:09 PM by Sportsmans Acres   [ updated May 3, 2019, 12:15 PM ]

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