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Monthly Archives: July 2015

Fall fishing carries new meaning this summer

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Fall fishing carries new meaning this summer

BY Kevin Kelly Anglers become conditioned to expect high water on lakes in spring and stable conditions in summer before the fall drawdowns to winter pool. After an unusually wet spring, this summer has been anything but predictable in Kentucky. High and falling water have added a degree of difficulty at a time when...
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Survival Kits: Do you need one?

Survival Kits: Do you need one?

By Chris Erwin If you are someone who spends time in the outdoors, hiking, fishing, hunting, bird-watching or anything else that puts you in the woods: I can answer that question for you. Yes you do! They don’t have to be large, many are so small you can put them in a Mentos can...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of July 14, 2015. Editor’s note: A strange thing is taken place this past week. The rains have been colder than the lake water so the stained, and some places muddy water is sinking below the clear water leaving about a two-foot visibility. However, when I...
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Find the “Thermocline” for better summer fishing success

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Find the “Thermocline” for better summer fishing success

BY Lee McClellan Fishing instruction for decades preached anglers should fish deep, cool water during the hottest days of the summer. This makes sense as fish are cold-blooded animals and their bodies are the same temperature of the water that surrounds them. However, fishing deep water in summer on a lake such as Taylorsville...
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Blue Water Trails – Slate Creek

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Blue Water Trails –  Slate Creek

BY Lee McClellan (This article is the thirty-first in the periodic Blue Water Trails series highlighting the floating, fishing and tourism opportunities on Kentucky’s streams and rivers). FRANKFORT, Ky. – Bath County was once a center of iron production in Kentucky and produced a great percentage of the iron smelted west of the Blue...
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Trail cameras are windows into the woods

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Trail cameras are windows into the woods

BY Kevin Kelly FRANKFORT, Ky. – A few paces inside a tree line that borders an open field thick with chest-high grass lies a tangle of narrow, sun-dappled game trails just a stone’s throw from the Kentucky River below. Bo Spencer knows deer, turkey, raccoon and the occasional bobcat travel these thoroughfares because a...
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