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Carrie "Mudfoot" Stambaugh is the managing editor of KentuckyAngling.com. Carrie is an outdoor adventurer! She's an avid hiker and a burgeoning angler. Carrie and her husband, Carl, also enjoy canoeing eastern Kentucky lakes and rivers with their dog Cooper. The couple live in Ashland.

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Spring is Snake Season

Spring is Snake Season

Know Your Snakes  By Chris Erwin I can’t think of a better time during the year than spring. When winter finely gives in to spring, and we start to see everything coming to life once more. It renews our spirit. I feel the annual rebirth not only in my attitude but in everything I...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of May 26, 2015. Editor’s note: The Memorial Day week put record boats on the water, and most fishermen found the fish to be very good. It didn’t seem to matter what you used some fish were active. Cave Run is still falling and should make...
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Running for Camp Webb and the Kids of Kentucky

Running for Camp Webb and the Kids of Kentucky

By Chris Erwin There was a time in Kentucky when parents and officials alike felt that the principles of conservation were so important that Fish & Game Officers visited elementary schools. Their purpose was to spark an interest in our kids and to teach them that our heritage hinges on the love of nature...
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Getting Kids on the Water

Getting Kids on the Water

By Chris Erwin Every year there comes a perfect time to get budding fishermen on the water. It could be your kids, the neighborhood children or even your spouse. That time is fast approaching, and they are some key dates that you may want to remember. If you want to break someone into fishing...
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KOPA Gives Scholarships for Conservation Camp

KOPA Gives Scholarships for Conservation Camp

By Chris Erwin For the second consecutive year, the Kentucky Outdoor Press Association has given scholarships to under-privileged kids to attend one of three conservation camps in Kentucky. On Friday, April 24 officers of KOPA met at Maynard’s Grocery in Greenup, Ky. to present Jessie Spears-Nelson education officer for the DFWL a check to...
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CCDW: What it is and How to Get One

CCDW: What it is and How to Get One

By Chris Erwin I don’t want to keep any of you in suspense, so let’s just blurt it out: A CCDW is a Carry Concealed Deadly Weapon license. Some of you have asked me about what it takes to get a license to carry a gun, so I figured it was a good time...
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Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

Eastern Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of May 5, 2015. Editor’s note: The biggest news this week has been the continuing rise in water temperatures. This is the time of the year where we start to see bluegill coming to the bank, and bass start staging for the soon-to-come spawn. White bass...
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Gobble-Gobble!! Spring Turkey season is here

Gobble-Gobble!!  Spring Turkey season is here

By Chris Erwin The spring flowers are painting the hill sides in Eastern Kentucky, and if you listen closely you just might hear a spring gobbler calling for a mate. Dan Feltner, branch manager of Appalachian Auto Recovery on 20th street in Ashland, is no newbie to hitting the woods during the spring gobbler...
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Northeast Kentucky Fishing Report

Northeast Kentucky Fishing Report

This fishing report was compiled for the week of April 21, 2015. Editor’s note: Heavy rains and violent weather continue to affect all of our lakes, rivers and streams. While some fish are being caught it is not an easy task with conditions changing so rapidly. If you get out on the water, please...
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Slow Spring Arrival: How to Find the Fish

Slow Spring Arrival: How to Find the Fish

By Chris Erwin The grass is growing greener and the first buds of spring are breaking out on the trees and shrubs. The first question I get at this time every year from anglers now that the water in our lakes is making it to the 50 degree mark, is: How do I find...
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