TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Frogging is one thing many look forward to in this oppressive summer heat.
Bullfrog hunting season opens this Sunday and runs all the way through October 31. The hotter it gets, the better the frogging.
The daily creel limit, the maximum number of frogs you can catch in a day, is eight. The possession limit is 24 bullfrogs after the third day of the season.
A fishing license is required.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism says bullfrogs may be legally taken any time of day or night by dip net, gig, hook and line, hand, bow and arrow, or crossbow. A line must attach bow to arrow, and the arrow must have a barbed head. Any other method of taking bullfrogs is prohibited.
Visit www.ksoutdoors.com for more information.
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