Headed to KS for a bucket list primitive weapon hunt. I will arrive a day ahead of said hunt (which is on private land). I would like to enter PUBLIC land the day prior to my deer hunt and try my hand at calling some coyotes. I am bringing my custom 284 Winchester in hopes of shooting coyotes with it. My question is (and I have not been able to find anything in the KS regulations except you're allowed to hunt coyotes year-round) does KS require said hunting of coyotes to be conducted with a high-powered centerfire rifle on public land during deer muzzleloader season? Without wearing of blaze orange? Again, all I can find in regs just says orange must be worn while deer hunting. And coyotes may be hunted all year with no closed season. Nothing I found describes what weapons are to be used when except that at night, .17 or .22 rimfires must be used. My common sense tells me, no way they will allow this. Mississippi doesn't allow it, and we're one of the most liberal states there is on hunting and gun laws. Here, I'd have to use primitive weapon and wear orange. And to make it more confusing, the rules are different between public and private land. Of course the thing I can already hear coming is, "Call the Dept. and ask!" Yes, this would be the thing to do. Unfortunately, today is Sunday and tomorrow would be the day I would be walking in. I don'tbwant to take all this extra gear, if I'm not going to be able to use it. Any advice appreciated.