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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Snow opens windows into the world of wildlife

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Snow opens windows into the world of wildlife

BY Newly fallen snow has a way of awakening the spirit of adventure in kids and grown-ups alike. It’s also nature’s tattletale. As such, a fresh blanket of snow opens a window to new discoveries by revealing which animals inhabit the landscape around us and how they use it during the winter months. Animal...
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This fishing report was compiled for the week of Jan 19, 2015

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This fishing report was compiled for the week of Jan 19, 2015

Editor’s note: As we hit mid-January winter is starting to tighten its grip on the Tri-state area. Fishing on all our reported lakes is slow; however, fishing the methods we have covered continues to have limited success. The Ohio River is the only exception. The below the dam fishing has been good at times...
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Lure Crafting during the Winter Months

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Lure Crafting during the Winter Months

BY Chris Erwin This is the time each year when I try to make fishing lures for the upcoming season. In my opinion, it is as much a part of fishing as any other thing we do to get prepared for getting back out on the water. Each year I tweak lures and experiment...
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Cold Water Fishing: Float-N- Fly Vs. A-Rig

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Cold Water Fishing: Float-N- Fly Vs. A-Rig

By Chris Erwin Now that we see water temperatures falling below 50 degrees it’s time to change technique to catch bass in cold water. Over the years, cold-water fishing methods have become a really productive way to extend your season as well as getting a jump on the spring fishing. Two methods of cold-water...
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Kentucky Land donations fuel Conservation Camp upgrades

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Kentucky Land donations fuel Conservation Camp upgrades

BY Lee McClellan The sale of donated land in McLean County and around Beaver Lake in Anderson County helped provide the funds to begin construction of a new dining hall at Camp John Currie on Kentucky Lake beginning this August. This is just one example of the positive impact donated lands can have on...
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