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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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The Ohio River, then, now, the future

The Ohio River, then, now, the future

Editor’s Note: This column first appeared in The Greater Ashland Beacon on July 20, 2011 and is being published here with permission. By Chris Erwin ASHLAND As I sit here looking out over the Ohio River, I can’t help but to think about it in the days when I grew up and how much...
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Sheltowee Trace Association works to improve trail conditions, build public support

Sheltowee Trace Association works to improve trail conditions, build public support

By Carrie Stambaugh MOREHEAD In its first two years of existence, the Sheltowee Trace Association has made significant strides in improving Kentucky’s longest hiking trail by mobilizing volunteers to support it. There is still a lot of work to be done, according to Executive Director Steve Barbour, who has been leading the fledgling organization...
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Fishing Cave Run Lake

Fishing Cave Run Lake

Editor’s Note: This column first appeared in The Greater Ashland Beacon on July 13, 2011 and is being republished here with permission. By Chris Erwin It has been my pleasure to fish Cave Run Lake since its first day of being available to the public. I have spent many days nestled in the hidden...
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Family Camping in eastern Kentucky

Family Camping in eastern Kentucky

Editor’s Note: This column appeared in The Greater Ashland Beacon on July 6, 2011 and is being republished here with permission. By Chris Erwin ASHLAND Summer is here and it’s time to get outdoors and enjoy nature before winter drives us back into our sheltered homes. While summer may be hot they are plenty...
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The Great American Outdoors

The Great American Outdoors

Editor’s Note: This column appeared in The Greater Ashland Beacon on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 and is being republished here with permission. By Carrie Stambaugh ASHLAND There is a lot to celebrate and be proud of as a nation as we approach the 235th anniversary of our Independence Day. While the list of freedoms...
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Kentucky bear population healthy, growing

Kentucky bear population healthy, growing

By Carrie Stambaugh ASHLAND The Black Bear population is healthy and growing in eastern Kentucky, says the state’s top bear biologist. He predicted more residents will come into contact with the animals in coming years as their range continues to expand and that bear hunting season and bag limits will also be increased. Steven...
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Clearing the Path: Resurrecting the Jenny Wiley Trail

Clearing the Path: Resurrecting the Jenny Wiley Trail

  By Carrie Stambaugh ASHLAND Efforts are underway in eastern Kentucky to reopen the Jenny Wiley Trail, a former 180 mile National Recreation Trail that fell into disuse as a footpath shortly after being opened more than 30 years ago. The JWT stretched from South Portsmouth in Greenup County to the lodge at Jenny...
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