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   Pratt Fishing/Hunting/Wildlife
  • Hunting: The Pratt area and surrounding counties offer some of the richest hunting opportunities in the state.
    Bird hunting opportunities include prairie chicken, duck, turkey, canada goose, and sandhill crane. Turkey and deer are considered big game and require the purchase of a game tag in addition to a hunting license.
  • Fishing: Sport fishing species include small and largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, striper, wiper and walleye. Fishing regulations on the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks Fishing website.
  • Pratt Sandhills & Texas Lake: These wildlife areas have unique sand prairie habitats and are the eastern most range of the lesser prairie chicken in Kansas. The birds gather at their booming grounds from late March to early May.
    To observe the behavior of these birds you'll have to get there before sunrise. The marshy areas and draws attract waterfowl and shorebirds, while a variety of mammals and reptiles can be found area wide.


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The Main Street bricks that have been stockpiled north of the College in the Business Park are now available to the General Public. The bricks are for use by the citizens of Pratt County only. Bricks shall be loaded by hand, not by loaders or large equipment, to ensure that everyone has a fair opportunity to acquire their share of the bricks for their own use. Contractors and other Cities are not permitted access to the bricks for any reason.


The City of Pratt would like anyone who has sewer drain problems on the lowest floor of your home to call the City crews first before calling a plumber. City crews will check the sewer mains to determine if the problem is in the main or in your private line at no charge. This may help avoid an unnecessary plumbing bill and prevent damage to your home. Please call 672-3191, 672-3866 or 672-3831 after hours.

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