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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Four Baits for Fall Fishing

Four Baits for Fall Fishing

By Chris Erwin We are deep into fall fishing now and while there are many good days left on any of the lakes in our area, it’s time to start thinking about using some different methods to prolong the fishing season. As long as the water temperature remains above 50 degrees, chances are good...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Oct. 27, 2013 Editor’s note: The weather hasn’t been to kind to us this week. As we tasted the first onslaught of winter temperatures some lakes fell below 60 degrees. However, the fishing remains good during some periods of the day. As we head into...
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Expanded bear hunting regulations receive final legislative approval

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Expanded bear hunting regulations receive final legislative approval

Frankfort, KY. – Hunters in Kentucky now have an expanded area and seasons in which they may attempt to harvest a black bear. Regulations passed by the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission in June recently received final legislative approval. The new season structure expands the bear zone and the bear chase areas, establishes an...
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This fishing report was compiled for the week of Oct. 22, 2013

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This fishing report was compiled for the week of Oct. 22, 2013

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Oct. 22, 2013 Editor’s note: The big news this week is that Cave Run Lake is back open and ready for you to visit. The lake has been red hot while all the traffic has been off of the lake. All of our lakes are...
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Teenager bags 700-pound Bull Elk

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Teenager bags 700-pound Bull Elk

By Chris Erwin One of the great things about my job is I get to meet a lot of special people in the outdoors world. Today was no exception, as I had the pleasure of meeting 14-year-old Camryn Neeley and her parents David and Jody, to hear the story of Camryn’s hunt for a...
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Crappie stockings add to great fall fishing

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Crappie stockings add to great fall fishing

BY Lee McClellan This is the fourth 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. – The incredible weather so far this fall has many in Kentucky thinking about football, deer hunting, Keeneland and crappie fishing. Crappie fishing?...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Oct. 15, 2013 Editor’s note: As we advance into fall and the water temperatures continue to drop, prime time fishing will shift from early and late to midday. While fishing will become hot and cold, we will see periods where the fishing will be as...
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Cave Run Lake Closed

Cave Run Lake Closed

The U.S. Federal Government shutdown has made an impact on a lot of areas of our lives. However, for the outdoorsman it is no little thing to see Daniel Boone National Forest shut its doors. The Forest Service falls under the supervision of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It is the U.S. Forest Service...
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The Soc and Sam Little Sandy River Run Results

The Soc and Sam Little Sandy River Run Results

On Saturday, Oct. 5 canoes hit the water at 9 a.m. near Raccoon Bridge, now known as the Jeremy Gullett Memorial Bridge, on the Little Sandy River. They raced 6.14 miles to the Little Sandy Ramp near the mouth of the Ohio River. The winning team of Aaron Collier and Graig Adkins, of South...
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Blue Water Trails – Kentucky River, Pool 3

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Blue Water Trails –  Kentucky River, Pool 3

BY Lee McClellan (This article is the twenty-fifth in the periodic Blue Water Trails series highlighting the floating, fishing and tourism opportunities on Kentucky’s streams and rivers). FRANKFORT, Ky. – Herds of buffalo roaming across Kentucky carved rudimentary roads into the Earth later used by the pioneers during the settlement period of our state’s...
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