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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Archery hunting for deer begins Sept. 7

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Archery hunting for deer begins Sept. 7

BY Art Lander Jr. FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky’s 2013-14 deer season opens on Saturday, Sept. 7, the first day of the 136-day archery season. The season continues through Monday, Jan. 20, 2014. For the past three seasons, record harvests have been posted for the month of September: 5,577 deer in 2012, 4,945 in 2011...
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Stream fishing for beginners

Stream fishing for beginners

By Chris Erwin I was asked the other day what the difference between a creek, stream or river was. In layman terms, a creek is smaller than the stream it runs into and a stream ends up converging with a river. I’m sure we could have a deep involved discussion where we might come...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Aug. 28, 2013 Editor’s note: Not much has changed this week. There were some tournament on the Ohio River and from all reports it wasn’t as good as years past because of the continuous flash flooding in some creeks and streams. The muskie fishing has...
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Dove season promising despite the weather

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Dove season promising despite the weather

BY Lee McClellan Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Dove season promising despite the weather 1-800-858-1549, ext. 4443 FRANKFORT, Ky. – Few Kentuckians can remember a weirder summer, weather wise. Early mornings in mid-August so cool you could almost see your breath. Grass as lush and green as it is in late April lasting all summer long....
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Fallsburg Falls

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Fallsburg Falls

By Chris Erwin When I was a teenager, I used to head for the Fallsburg Falls to fish, hang with friends and of course take a date now and then. It was nothing but a field with an old sandy road where you could pull off State Rt3. You could drive into a field...
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fishing report was compiled for the week of Aug. 21, 2013

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fishing report was compiled for the week of Aug. 21, 2013

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Aug. 21, 2013 Editor’s note: While the Ohio River continues to stay in flux, with thunderstorms causing flash flooding in some areas; this water usually ends up in the river. However, the cloudy cooler than normal temperatures are slowly bringing down water temperatures. While mid-day...
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Federal officials confirm gray wolf taken in Kentucky

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Federal officials confirm gray wolf taken in Kentucky

Frankfort, KY. – Federal officials recently confirmed that an animal taken by a hunter near Munfordville in Hart County on March 16 is a gray wolf. A DNA analysis performed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Wildlife Research Center in Colorado determined the 73-pound animal was a federally endangered gray wolf with a...
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Mentor-youth dove hunt sign-ups begin Aug. 12

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Mentor-youth dove hunt sign-ups begin Aug. 12

BY Lee McClellan Frankfort, KY. – Registration for Kentucky’s mentor-youth dove hunts opens on Monday, Aug.12. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources conduct these hunts for adults wishing to introduce dove hunting to youth. Kentucky Fish and Wildlife limits the number of participants to avoid overcrowding and the consequent safety issues. Hunters...
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Blue Water Trails – Trammel Fork, Middle Fork and Drakes Creek

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Blue Water Trails –  Trammel Fork, Middle Fork and Drakes Creek

By Lee McClellan Editor’s note:(This article is the twenty-third in the periodic Blue Water Trails series highlighting the floating, fishing and tourism opportunities on Kentucky’s streams and rivers). FRANKFORT, Ky. – Trammel Fork and Middle Fork of Drakes Creek rise in the northern Highland Rim area along the Tennessee border in Allen County. The...
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Kentucky Ticks and Mosquitoes: What you should know

Kentucky Ticks and Mosquitoes: What you should know

By Chris Erwin We are in the mid-season of Kentucky’s warm months and with it comes biting pests that can ruin an outing or make you wish you had just stayed home. I spend all my spare time and even some of my working hours in the outdoors. In doing so, I have to...
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