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Monthly Archives: November 2019

2019 KOPA Writers Conference comes to a close Oct 13th

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2019 KOPA Writers Conference comes to a close Oct 13th

BY Chris Erwin The Kentucky Outdoor Press Association has an annual writer’s conference each fall where writers from around the state come together each year to set the goals for the upcoming year. While many of the writers didn’t make it this year, the press organization still had a very productive event. Outdoor writers...
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My last fishing day in October on Cave Run Lake

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My last fishing day in October on Cave Run Lake

BY Chris Erwin If you have been following this series on Cave Run Lake, you know that last week, I told you about us finely finding the Muskie on Cave Run Lake in the deep channel bends of Licking River, resulting in my son catching a 43 incher on a small crankbait. That was...
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Starting my time on Cave Run Lake in late October

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Starting my time on Cave Run Lake in late October

BY Chris Erwin After leaving the writer’s conference on the main lake, I dropped my boat back in the water at Popin Rock Ramp Sunday afternoon and motored over to the flag point where I parked my boat. My daughter was waiting on me, we road double back up the hill to my cabin...
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It’s Time to start Muskie Hunting

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It’s Time to start Muskie Hunting

BY Chris Erwin They say that the Muskie is a fish of 10,000 casts. For most of the United States, that statement is accurate; however, in Kentucky, that’s not the case. While most of the season it is still not an easy task to hook into this monster of freshwater. The fall brings about...
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The Soc and Sam Canoe and Kayak Race is in the Books

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The Soc and Sam Canoe and Kayak Race is in the Books

By Chris Erwin It was a beautiful day in Greenup County when the Canoers and Kayakers launched their craft in the Little Sandy River. It was right by the Raccoon Bridge on Route 2, at 9 am. Both Soc Clay and Sam Piatt were present and commented that in the last eight years, the...
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Grayson Lake is producing good fish this Fall

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Grayson Lake is producing good fish this Fall

BY Chris Erwin There was a time when many of my friends referred to Grayson lake as the Dead Sea, That time has come and gone. With the help of the DFWL, Grayson Lake has produced good fish off and on all this year, and the Fall is no exception. I ran into an...
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