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Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism K.A.R. 115-2-3, 115-8-1,9,10, 115-17-1_5, 115-10-12, 115-25-14

Category:
  • Active Regulations
Date Added: 9/27/2011
Public Hearing Date and Time: Thursday, October 13, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.
Public Hearing Location: KDWPT Operations Office, 512 SE 25th Ave, Pratt, KS

To consider the approval and adoption of proposed regulations to K.A.R. 115-2-3, 115-8-1, 115-8-9, 115-8-10, 115-17-1, 115-17-2, 115-17-2a, 115-17-3, 115-17-4, 115-17-5, 115-17-10, 115-17-11, 115-17-12, and 115-25-14.

K.A.R. 115-2-3. This permanent regulation establishes the camping, utility and other
fees for state parks. The proposed amendments would increase utility fees by $1.00 to offset
rising utility costs.

K.A.R. 115-8-1. This permanent regulation establishes hunting, furharvesting, and
discharge of firearms restrictions on public lands. The proposed amendments update the
reference document restrictions for various properties.

K.A.R. 115-8-9. This permanent regulation establishes camping restrictions on
department lands and waters. The proposed amendments would waive occupancy requirements for prepaid state park campsites reserved through the departments electronic reservation system.

K.A.R. 115-8-10. This permanent regulation establishes provisions and restrictions for
pets on department lands and waters. The proposed amendments would allow pets in designated public-use department cabins.

K.A.R. 115-17-1. This permanent regulation establishes legal species, harvest seasons,
size restrictions, daily limits, and possession limits for commercial harvest of fish bait. The
proposed amendments would remove amphibians from the list of species available for
commercial harvest and are proposed in conjunction with a regulation package designed to
prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R. 115-17-2. This permanent regulation establishes commercial sle of fish bait
requirements. The proposed amendments would alter the list of fish and crayfish species
available for commercial sale, require certification of pathogen free status, require holding and
retail tanks to use a potable water source, and require receipts to accompany bait fish sales. The amendments are proposed in conjunction with a regulation package designed to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R. 115-17-2a. This new permanent regulation establishes testing procedures for
certiiicationof pathogen free status of bait tish for sale. The proposed regulation would enact
testing procedures similar to those used in other states and are proposed in conjunction with a
regulation package designed to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R.- 115-17-3. This permanent regulation establishes requirements, applications and
general provisions for commercial tish bait permit. The proposed amendments would require
certain record keeping aspects and are proposed in conjunction with a regulation package
designed to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R. 115-17-4. This permanent regulation establishes legal equipment, taking
methods and general provisions for commercial harvest of fish bait. The proposed amendment
would remove amphibians from the list of species and is proposed in conjunction with a
regulation package designed to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R. 115-17-5. This permanent regulation establishes open areas for commercial
harvest of tish bait. The proposed amendments would remove amphibians from the open areas for commercial harvest and are proposed in conjunction with a regulation package designed to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R. 115-17-10. This permanent regulation establishes permit requirements,
application, reports, and permit revocations for commercial harvest of fish. The proposed
amendments would update and streamline the regulation and are proposed in conjunction with a regulation package designed to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R. 115-17-11. This permanent regulation establishes legal equipment and taking
methods, identification tags and identification tag fee for commercial harvest of fish. The
proposed amendments would update the regulation and are proposed in conjunction with a 
regulation package designed to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R. 115-17-12. This permanent regulation establishes legal species, seasons, size
restrictions, daily limits, and possession limits for commercial harvest of fish. The proposed
amendments would require that 'certain species of fish be dispatched prior to transport after
commercial harvest and are proposed in conjunction with a regulation package designed to
prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species.

K.A.R. 115-25-14. This exempt regulation establishes statewide limits and open season
for tishing in Kansas. The proposed version would establish a new trout location and adjust
length and creel limits for certain Water bodies. 


K.A.R. 115-2-3, 115-8-1,9,10, 115-17-1_5, 115-10-12, 115-25-14

Any individual with a disability may request the regulations and supporting documents in an accessible format. Requests for accommodations should be made at least five working days in advance of the CRRB meeting by contacting (785) 271-3200 or crrb@ks.gov.