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Lake Cumberland Striped Bass Heating Up

Lake Cumberland Striped Bass Heating Up

BY Lee McClellan This is the latest installment of the “Spring Fishing Fever” series of articles, detailing productive fishing techniques and opportunities across Kentucky. The series will continue until early summer. An archive of past articles is available on the department’s website at www.fw.ky.gov. FRANKFORT, Ky. (April 18, 2019) – The higher angle of...
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Crappie Fishing is heating up what you should look for

Crappie Fishing is heating up what you should look for

BY Chris Erwin While bass fishing is what we hear so much about it is not the fish that ends up on the kitchen table. In my opinion, the fish that tops the list for me to eat is crappie. They are mild tasting with very little blood in the tissue. Their pearly white...
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Guntersville Lake, the number one bass lake on the east coast

Guntersville Lake, the number one bass lake on the east coast

BY Chris Erwin The As If you love to bass fish, you have heard of Guntersville Lake. It has been touted as the best bass fishing lake on the east coast by just about every fishing publication still in existence. Every year in our upholstery shop we get a lot of fishermen (and women)...
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Additional Fishing Access Opens at Taylorsville Lake WMA

Additional Fishing Access Opens at Taylorsville Lake WMA

Road opening along Salt River benefits anglers fishing white bass run (March 28, 2019) — A portion of River Road paralleling the Salt River in Anderson County is now open to anglers wishing to fish the headwaters of Taylorsville Lake for the spring white bass run. The gated accesses at Palmer Road and Old...
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New bear hunting regulations proposed

New bear hunting regulations proposed

Recommendations involve zone changes, adjustments to harvest quotas (March 29, 2019) — The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed several new bear hunting regulations at its March quarterly meeting. The commission recommends all hunting, fishing and boating regulations for approval by the General Assembly. Legislators must approve all recommendations before they become law. In...
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Decoding The White Bass Runs

Decoding The White Bass Runs

BY Lee McClellan ith all of the rain we received early this year, many Kentuckians are wondering when will the white bass run. “We are about there, 60 degrees is the magic number for water temperature,” said Mike Hardin, assistant director of Fisheries for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “The redbud...
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Three baits to start the spring season

Three baits to start the spring season

BY Chris Erwin ne thing we can say about this winter, it has been up and down temperatures, and it has been wet. According to the National Weather Service, spring is going to bring us some warm weather by the end of the month and fishermen and women have been sharping their hooks waiting...
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Brown Trout Stockings Expand in Lakes

Brown Trout Stockings Expand in Lakes

Greenbo Lake joins Cannon Creek and Fagan Branch lakes rown trout were stocked last spring for the first time in Cannon Creek Lake and Fagan Branch Lake. Now the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources has added Greenbo Lake to its brown trout stocking program. Greenbo Lake, a 176-acre lake in Greenup County,...
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FINs Lakes Stockings Began This Month, Offering Productive Late Winter Fishing

FINs Lakes Stockings Began This Month, Offering Productive Late Winter Fishing

BY Lee McClellan (Feb. 21, 2019) – The long train of heavy rain in 2019 has Lake Cumberland at its highest level since April 1998. Barren River Lake is 35 feet above winter pool while Rough River Lake is a little more than 30 feet above winter pool. Late winter fishing is one of...
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Winter time Smallmouth hottest method

Winter time Smallmouth hottest method

BY Chris Erwin In this article, I am going to give you everything you need to know to catch smallmouth right now. Kentucky has more running water than any other state except Alaska, and we also have two of the top lakes for catching smallmouth bass. Lake Cumberland and Dale Hollow Lake are unsurpassed...
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