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Lake Allan a short drive for a lot of fun

Lake Allan a short drive for a lot of fun

BY Chris Erwin The first question many of you are going to ask is, where is Lake Allen? The lake has been around for a very long time; however, its only been developed and stocked recently. This is the project of Bill Walters owner of the property located in the Paul Coffee Industrial Park....
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September brings colder water and hotter fishing

September brings colder water and hotter fishing

BY Chris Erwin With water temperatures soring near 80, the fishing is always limited. Many anglers turn to night fishing or at least the low-light periods when fish make selective passes at shallow water. However, as we head into September, the cool nights start to bring the temps down, and the magic number is...
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Fly Fishing in Montana is for you

Fly Fishing in Montana is for you

BY Chris Erwin When I heard about Andy Ray’s trip to The Big Horn River, I knew it was something I wanted to know more about. Ray is the manager of the Foodfair store in Greenup KY, he and his dad Pat Ray have been fishing the Big Horn River for a long time...
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Kayak Stream Fishing put Safety First

Kayak Stream Fishing put Safety First

BY Chris Erwin One of the new trends in fishing today is fishing from a Kayak. In the past kayaks have been made for people that enjoy paddling streams and fast-moving water. However, in the last few years, Kayaks designed to fish out of are creating a whole new breed of fisherman. They are...
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Fishing the BB Worm at Night

Fishing the BB Worm at Night

BY Chris Erwin The BB Worm, I’m sure some of you don’t know what that is. However. It’s been around a long time. The last time I wrote about it was eleven years ago when I was writing for Midwest Outdoors Magazine. This bait was developed for fishing during the hottest period of the...
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Find the Thermocline for Productive Late Summer Bass Fishing

Find the Thermocline for Productive Late Summer Bass Fishing

BY Lee McClellan The constant heavy rain systems that plagued Kentucky all spring and early summer finally abated over the past few weeks. For the first time in two years, the brown, withered grass of late summer is a common sight in Kentucky. Usually, cracked ground and crunchy grass signal potential drought and bring...
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Minor E. Clark Fish Hatchery continues to host The Kids Fishing Derby

Minor E. Clark Fish Hatchery continues to host The Kids Fishing Derby

BY Chris Erwin Every year on free fish weekend in Kentucky, Kids Fishing Derbies are held all across the state. The event has become an annual event that draws kids and their parents to these locations every year. For the last nine years, I have tried to cover the one that is put on...
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Two Good Options for Summer Fishing

Two Good Options for Summer Fishing

BY Lee McClellan Although this June so far is wet and soggy, the long-range weather forecast calls for a return to normal summer patterns. We can finally look forward to stable water levels, hot weather and predictable fishing. Bass fishing in summer revolves around light, or the lack of it. The best times to...
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A Shot in the Dark at Reelfoot

A Shot in the Dark at Reelfoot

BY Chris Erwin Note to readers: This is the third of a three-part series on the sights and sounds of Reelfoot Lake featuring Blue Bank Resort. We were sitting at the dinner table in the restaurant at the Blue Bank Resort Lodge when two guys came over and started talking to Soc Clay and...
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Crappie Fishing at Reelfoot Lake

Crappie Fishing at Reelfoot Lake

BY Chris Erwin Note to readers: This is the second of a three-part series on the sights and sounds of Reelfoot Lake. The shallow water and sea of Cyprus stumps on Reelfoot Lake make this lake unique in the methods and high population of both big bluegills and crappie. Today Soc Clay and I...
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