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Monthly Archives: October 2015

The fly and rind: an old school combo still going strong

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The fly and rind: an old school combo still going strong

BY Lee McClellan The swim jig and the swimming retrieve are now mainstays for trophy largemouth from heavy cover or weeds. They also shine for catching suspended largemouth bass in clear lakes. Anglers fishing the world class smallmouth reservoirs in Kentucky and Tennessee fished a swim jig for decades, but they called it the...
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Cooler temps heat up fall bass fishing

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Cooler temps heat up fall bass fishing

BY Lee McClellan The orange tint in the tops of mature trees portend what is coming our way. Cool nights with crisp, gorgeous days signal not only some of the best days of the year in Kentucky, but also the beginning of the fall reservoir fishing season for largemouth bass. September is typically the...
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Fall Patterns Will Dominate October

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Fall Patterns Will Dominate October

By Chris Erwin It’s hard to believe that summer is in our review mirror. This season has been a strange one. With 18 straight day of rain in July and an even earlier period where some of our lake set high-water records, the rains killed off the weed growth and changed this summer’s fishing...
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Strategic Plan Accomplishments in 2014-2015

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Strategic Plan Accomplishments in 2014-2015

BY A new feature on the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources’ website at fw.ky.gov is a document detailing the department’s accomplishments toward its Strategic Plan over the last two years under the leadership of Commissioner Gregory K. Johnson. “The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources “Planning the Future – Strategic Accomplishments”...
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This fishing report was compiled for the week of Sept 29, 2015.

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This fishing report was compiled for the week of Sept 29, 2015.

Editor’s note: As we approach the end of September, the fishing across eastern Kentucky is as good as it has been all year. Water temperatures are falling back in the low 70s to start the day and according to the amount of sun on any given day, the temperatures are climbing. The main change...
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David “Crash” Mullins Battle With Cancer Over

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David “Crash” Mullins Battle With Cancer Over

By Chris Erwin They are very few times in our life that we can say we have been friends with a legend, but that is truth when it comes to David “Crash” Mullins. He changed the face of Muskie fishing in Kentucky. Cave Run Lake in Morehead, Ky. was his proving ground and he...
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September the month of change for the Outdoors

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September the month of change for the Outdoors

By Chris Erwin September is the month that marks the real beginning of hunting season. Archery season begins Sept. 5 and runs all the way through Jan. 18, 2016 and many people start picking up their guns, bows and muzzleloaders thinking fishing season is about over. Nothing could be further from the truth. In...
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My Forth Week in a Row on Cave Run Lake

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My Forth Week in a Row on Cave Run Lake

By Chris Erwin I have one more weekend on Cave Run Lake before I plan to cover the Military Appreciation Tournament, which is the weekend before Poage Landing Days. This past week, I took an old friend I met back in junior high school to the lake with me. As many of you know,...
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Early Squirrel Season

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Early Squirrel Season

By Chris Erwin I remember as young man how much I loved squirrel hunting. It was a time to pick up my gun for the first time each season. Back then there was no such thing as a spring squirrel season. That was an experiment back in 1994 and has become a yearly event....
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