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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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The Mullins Family Thanksgiving Fishing Trip

The Mullins Family Thanksgiving Fishing Trip

BY Chris Erwin         Families across the region all have their traditions; many of us meet at someone’s house have Thanksgiving dinner and watch football or watch the parade or even the dog show. The Mullins family does things a little different. They do meet and have Thanksgiving Day dinner. However, after dinner they...
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Vickie Banks Muskie Master

Vickie Banks Muskie Master

By Chris Erwin I have been watching Vickie Banks for a few years now she is a Muskie machine catching fish in some of the most difficult fishing conditions possible. So I felt it was time to meet her and see if I could find out more about her approach to fishing for the...
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Optimistic Outlook for the Upcoming Waterfowl Season

Optimistic Outlook for the Upcoming Waterfowl Season

BY Lee McClellan FRANKFORT, Ky. (Nov. 15, 2018) – The first snippets of snow fell this week, making most people frown, but put a smile on the faces of Kentucky waterfowl hunters. The cold weather the week before the waterfowl season opener on Thanksgiving Day is a good sign. “Waterfowl hunting in Kentucky is...
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Potential Asian Carp Deterrent to be Tested Below Barkley Dam

Potential Asian Carp Deterrent to be Tested Below Barkley Dam

                                           Technology creates underwater wall of sound Asian carp have become a major concern in the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers and many other rivers within the Mississippi River basin. In western Kentucky, two of the state’s largest reservoirs, Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley, were formed by the construction of navigation dams on the Tennessee...
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Stick It to Dangerous Currents With a Wading Staff

Stick It to Dangerous Currents With a  Wading Staff

BY Lee McClellan (July 19, 2018) – Those of us who wade rocky streams for smallmouth or tailwaters for trout sometimes bite off more than we can chew. An eddy on the other side of the stream looks inviting and the more you stare at it, the more you want to cast there. The...
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Hook, Line and Teacher

Hook, Line and Teacher

BY Lee McClellan (June 21, 2018) – School kids fervently look forward to summer break, but often after a few weeks, they complain of boredom. An 18-inch largemouth bass jumping and shaking its head at the end of a line is a sure-fire way to cure boredom and instill a passion for a lifelong...
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Big Fish Little Water

Big Fish Little Water

By Chris Erwin In the last 20 years, I have reported on a lot of fish stories. It’s no secret; I love fishing. It all started back in the seventies when I picked up a copy of Field & Stream Magazine and read about a guy from Greenup County Kentucky catching fish in a...
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Free Fishing Day and the Kids Fishing Derby

Free Fishing Day and the Kids Fishing Derby

By Chris Erwin The Department of Fish and Wildlife celebrates a free fishing weekend each year. On this weekend, anyone can fish Kentucky waters without fishing licenses the idea is to get more people into sport fishing as well as letting people experience the fun and opportunities that Kentucky waters offer. This weekend also...
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Spring Fishing is getting HOT!

Spring Fishing is getting HOT!

By Chris Erwin It’s been a long time getting here this year. Cold snaps, heavy rains causing flooding and high water have all contributed to a slow start. Oh, they have been good days; however, they have been brief as the weather and fishing conditions would return to less than needed to see spring...
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