Posted September 29, 2018 06:30:46 There’s a new sport coming to the state of Kansas, one that’s getting ready to hit the airwaves this week.
The state has been awarded a $10 million contract to host the World Deer Hunting Championship, which will be held on September 15 and 16 at the Kansas City Sportsmen’s Association’s (KCSA) National Game and Wildlife Center.
The Kansas City Wildlife Department says the event will bring together hunters, anglers and other game enthusiasts who enjoy hunting and trapping, and it’s also expected to draw more than 3,000 spectators.
The event, which was originally set to be held in Wichita, is being moved to the National Game Center at Kansas City’s Kansas City Park, and will feature the most competitive and challenging field-based shooting in the state.KCSA is hosting the tournament, which includes the state’s top three shooting and trapping teams, two state champions and a regional champion.
The tournament will feature state, national and international events from all sports, including a top-level shooting competition, a variety of outdoor and indoor events and a variety, ranging from trap to target shooting.
The competition will feature a $1,000 grand prize and will include a chance to win the prestigious KCSA’s Outstanding Deer Hunting Trophy.
The KCSA will also provide a number of other incentives to encourage participation.
“The Kansas Department of Wildlife will be in full support of the Kansas Hunters’ Association’s efforts to make the 2019 Kansas Deer Hunting Championships an even bigger event than it already is,” said Scott Smith, Kansas Secretary of Wildlife and Parks.
The 2019 KCSA Deer Hunting Tournament will be the fourth-largest deer hunting event in the United States, according to the KCSA.
It will also be the largest outdoor event in Kansas, surpassing the largest indoor event in Wichita in 2019.
The KCSA has already hosted a variety sports, ranging in size from a field day with about 150 people to the annual World Deer Hunt in Wichita with more than 100,000 participants.
The event drew more than 12,000 people to its grounds last year, and has been held annually since 1998.
The first annual Kansas Deer Hunt took place in 1998, when it attracted more than 50,000 visitors to its historic grounds.
The game has grown in popularity and popularity among hunters and anglers, and now includes a $100,000 prize purse.
The World Deer Shooting Championship will be hosted by the Kansas State Board of Game and Parks and is being organized by the KCSC.
The 2018 Kansas Deer Hunter’s Trophy will be awarded to the top team of the 2019 event.
The trophy will be presented by the State Board and the KC SC in a ceremonial ceremony.
The 2018 trophy was named the Kansas Deer Trophy by a jury of hunters and other officials, and the 2019 winner will receive the trophy.