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Monthly Archives: March 2013

Top Five Baits for Spring Fishing

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Top Five Baits for Spring Fishing

By Chris Erwin In the last few weeks, I have got a few letters and a couple of phone calls asking me what are the best baits to be using as we head into spring. It’s a common question this time of the year, while many of you have your favorite baits many new...
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Emerald ash borer kills ash trees as it spreads across the state

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Emerald ash borer kills ash trees as it spreads across the state

By Art Lander Jr. Frankfort, KY. – A 1/2-inch long dark metallic green beetle is responsible for the loss of tens of thousands of ash trees across northern and central Kentucky. The emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis, a native to Asia, was first documented in the state in 2009. “The emerald ash borer has...
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Boyd County High School Fishing Team Blazing New Trails

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Boyd County High School Fishing Team Blazing New Trails

By Chris Erwin This past year the Kentucky High School Athletic Association sanctioned bass fishing as official high school sport, since then, I have been eager to see some schools on our end of the state embrace the sport and add it to their curriculum. Boyd County is one of the first schools to...
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Cave Run Lake is Kentucky’s top muskie fishing destination

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Cave Run Lake is Kentucky’s top muskie fishing destination

By Art Lander Jr. Frankfort, KY. – FRANKFORT, Ky. – Cave Run Lake has been Kentucky’s top muskellunge fishing destination since the lake first reached summer pool in 1974. The lake’s reputation was built on its rugged beauty and its accessibility, lying just minutes south of Interstate 64. The sheer number of quality muskellunge...
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White bass runs coming in the next few weeks

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White bass runs coming in the next few weeks

By Lee McClellan Editors note: This is the fifth installment of a series titled “Spring Fishing Frenzy” profiling productive spring fishing opportunities at waters across Kentucky. FRANKFORT, Ky. – Some old-time anglers in Kentucky say the white bass run when the redbud trees bloom in spring. Others say they run when the dogwoods bloom....
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DFWL receives $20,000 in money and equipment from hunting groups

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DFWL receives $20,000 in money and equipment from hunting groups

BY Art Lander Jr. Frankfort, KY. – The League of Kentucky Sportsmen and the Kentucky Grouse Hunters Association recently made a donation of equipment and cash totaling about $20,000 to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “We pooled our resources for the benefit of grouse and woodcock habitat management in eastern Kentucky,”...
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