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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Cave Run Habitat Project Update

Cave Run Habitat Project Update

Cave Run Habitat Project Update By Chris Erwin On Nov. 18, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife held a town hall meeting to update the public on a habit project and the about management of largemouth bass in Cave Run Lake in Morehead, Ky. The long-range goals of the project are directly connected...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Nov 25, 2014. Editor’s note: The big news this week is the water temperatures fell below 50 degrees. This has put a damper on the bass fishing. If air temperatures rebound it could help the midday fishing. The muskie and crappie continue to be active...
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Dating in the Deer Stand

Dating in the Deer Stand

By Chris Erwin It’s true that Kentucky is a state that loves the outdoors. Our rivers, lakes, streams and woods are teeming with game and there is no shortage of people that enjoy all of the above. However, today I want to tell you about two people I recently met. Chris Witten and Dana...
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Camping Kentucky by Chris Erwin available Here

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Camping Kentucky by Chris Erwin available Here

Get your copy of the new camping guide now! The book is 19.95 plus 4.95 shipping and handling total cost is 24.90 Click add to the cart then on the next page Click the check out with Paypal to complete your order Camping Kentucky is a guide to public camping in Kentucky with more...
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Reservoir smallmouth bass don’t mind the cold fronts

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Reservoir smallmouth bass don’t mind the cold fronts

BY Lee McClellan This is the fifth 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. – A look at the surface of Lake Cumberland right after dawn reveals a big, calm lake. Although the old Cumberland River now...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report Nov. 11

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report Nov. 11

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Nov 11, 2014. Editor’s note: As the deer gun season gets under way, I’m sure many of you will be picking up your gun instead of your fishing rod this week. However, the fishing is still good in all our eastern lakes. You might want...
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Cedar Creek Lake receives 12,000 rainbow trout

Cedar Creek Lake receives 12,000 rainbow trout

By Chris Erwin Lincoln County’s Cedar Creek Lake recently received a stocking of 12,000 rainbow trout. Fisheries Research Biologist Dave Dreves said the lake remains a hidden gem among trout anglers. Anglers there report catching rainbow trout with worms, cheese, corn, salmon eggs and Powerbait as well as small in-line spinners and other lures....
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Tom Clay receives two awards at the KOPA conference

Tom Clay receives two awards at the KOPA conference

By Chris Erwin The Kentucky Outdoor Press held is annual conference on Cave Run Lake Oct.17-19. It’s something they have been doing for the last 10 years. However, it appears this may be their last year of the conference. Members of this group have been writing stories and spreading the word about what the...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report Nov. 4

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report Nov. 4

This fishing report was compiled for the week of Nov 4, 2014. Editor’s note: Water temperatures continue to drop into the mid to low 60s. It appears that many of our lakes are turning over. The dark tannic look along with water temps dipping below 60 is a good indication that we are in...
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