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Kansas Dove Hunting

September in Kansas can offer some of America’s hottest dove hunting action. The hunts take place in sunflower fields, various other feed fields, farm ponds and pastures. This can be combined with our preserve pheasant hunts (or fishing trips) for a great way to kick off your fall upland bird hunting season.


Dove Hunting Details

The statewide season runs from September through mid-October.  A state hunting license and a Harvest Information Program (HIP) stamp is required to hunt dove.  The daily limit on dove is 15 dove/day with a possession limit of 30.

Dove shoots require a Kansas Resident license ($20.50), a Non-Resident license ($72.50). Also an HIP stamp for 50 cents is required. Licenses and HIP stamps may be purchased online. Please keep in mind that hunters born after 7/1/57 must have proof of completion of any state-approved hunter safety course.


Dove Hunting Packages

  • $150 Dove Hunt
  • $200 Dove Hunt / Fishing Trip Combo
  • $350 Dove Hunt / Pheasant Hunt (4 Pheasants) / Fishing Trip Combo
*see pheasant hunting and fishing pages for more information on these packages