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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Arctic winds bring float and fly time

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Arctic winds bring float and fly time

By Lee McClellan FRANKFORT, Ky. – The late Charlie Nuckols owned a tackle shop and lure company in east Tennessee, near South Holston Lake. Winter crappie anglers who fished small marabou jigs deep under bobbers complained to him about big smallmouth breaking off their rigs all of the time. This got Nuckols thinking. He,...
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Twenty-five Kentucky residents drawn for late season quota cow elk hunt

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Twenty-five Kentucky residents drawn for late season quota cow elk hunt

By Dave Baker FRANKFORT, Ky. – Twenty-five hunters from Wallins, David, Hyden, Pineville, Pikeville, Barbourville and other areas in southeastern Kentucky have a second chance to hunt elk in the state. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources recently drew 25 names for a late season quota hunt for cow elk. The late...
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A Christmas gift for fish

A Christmas gift for fish

By Carrie Stambaugh ASHLAND Christmas time creates a lot of waste – torn wrapping paper, plastic packaging, and of course, that live Christmas tree, which is beginning to shed its needles even faster… Instead of adding the tree to the pile of waste bound for a local landfill, consider giving it new life in...
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Local legend still strong, active at 75

Local legend still strong, active at 75

By Chris Erwin I would like to tell you about one of my dear friends. As we go through life, we meet a lot of people, and every now and then you meet someone who moves you to be better at what you do. Soc Clay is such a person. His achievements alone are...
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