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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Muskellunge bite peaking soon

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Muskellunge bite peaking soon

By This is the second installment of a series of articles titled “Fall Fishing Festival” profiling the productive fishing on Kentucky’s lakes, rivers and streams in fall. FRANKFORT, Ky. – In early November several years ago, a then 14-year-old Montgomery County High School freshman named Sarah Terry fished for muskellunge on Cave Run Lake...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Sept. 24, 2013 Editor’s note: If you happen to be hunting, the damp days make it easy to move through the woods. However, anglers who continue to stay on the water are beginning to reap the rewards of cooler water. Bass, muskie, crappie and walleye...
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Time to Change Tactics for Fall

Time to Change Tactics for Fall

By Chris Erwin While we may still have some summer like days, fall is coming and with it you need to change how you approach your day on the water. It’s no secret when fall makes its way here you need to start to think about shad. Most of the lakes in Kentucky are...
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The 2013-14 elk season opens with archery hunting for bulls

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The 2013-14 elk season opens with archery hunting for bulls

BY Lee McClellan FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky’s elk seasons open Sept. 21 with bull elk archery season. Biologists with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources hold a positive outlook for the upcoming elk seasons. “We think it will be a productive elk hunting season,” said Tina Brunjes, deer and elk coordinator for...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Sept. 17, 2013 Editor’s note: The fishing reports from all the reporting lakes improved this week as water temperatures continue to fall we expect to see improving success, while some anglers may choose to spend time in the woods bow hunting. We are just weeks...
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D-Day Through the Eyes of One Man

D-Day Through the Eyes of One Man

By Chris Erwin On June 5, 1944, plans were made for Operation Overlord. However, bad weather on the days leading up to the operation caused it to be delayed for 24 hours. On the morning of June 5, after meteorologist predicted improved conditions for the following day, Eisenhower gave the go-ahead for Operation Overlord....
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Stream smallmouth bass love early fall

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Stream smallmouth bass love early fall

BY Lee McClellan This is the first installment of a series of articles titled “Fall Fishing Festival” profiling the productive fishing on Kentucky’s lakes, rivers and streams in fall. FRANKFORT, Ky. – If you are a river or stream angler, this past spring and summer has filled your belly with enough frustration to pull...
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Fall is Just Around the Corner

Fall is Just Around the Corner

By Chris Erwin The foggy mornings and dying garden plants are the first sign that fall is just around the corner. Deer hunters will hit the woods looking for signs of deer beginning the rutting season and fall fishing will hit its peak through September and October. I have a love-hate relationship with fall....
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Sept. 11, 2013 Editor’s note: As archery season begins in Kentucky, many anglers will be heading for the woods instead of the lake. However, the fishing is improving and the best fishing except for spring is about to get under way. If you are one...
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Blue Water Trails – Barren River Below the Dam

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Blue Water Trails –  Barren River Below the Dam

BY Lee McClellan (This article is the twenty-fourth in the periodic Blue Water Trails series highlighting the floating, fishing and tourism opportunities on Kentucky’s streams and rivers). FRANKFORT, Ky. – When pioneers first saw the section of south-central Kentucky south and east of what is now Glasgow, the vast grasslands confounded them. They felt...
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