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Why We Fish

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Why We Fish

By Chris Erwin A question often on the lips of the unindoctrinated is: Why do you fish? While it may seem to be easy to answer, it is more complicated than you might think. When I talk to people that have never been part of the fishing world they sometimes have no idea what...
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Farm ponds and small lakes offer excellent fishing earlier than other waters

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Farm ponds and small lakes offer excellent fishing earlier than other waters

BY Lee McClellan ( This is the fourth 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. – When air temperatures crest the 70-degree...
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Lure Crafting during the Winter Months

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Lure Crafting during the Winter Months

BY Chris Erwin This is the time each year when I try to make fishing lures for the upcoming season. In my opinion, it is as much a part of fishing as any other thing we do to get prepared for getting back out on the water. Each year I tweak lures and experiment...
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Cold Water Fishing: Float-N- Fly Vs. A-Rig

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Cold Water Fishing: Float-N- Fly Vs. A-Rig

By Chris Erwin Now that we see water temperatures falling below 50 degrees it’s time to change technique to catch bass in cold water. Over the years, cold-water fishing methods have become a really productive way to extend your season as well as getting a jump on the spring fishing. Two methods of cold-water...
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After the Splash

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After the Splash

By Chris Erwin If you are a regular reader of this column, you know I took an unwanted dip in Cave Run Lake last week. While I drown my phone, hit in the water wearing enough clothes to turn me into a human anchor. And picking up a few new nick names from my...
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The fly and rind: an old school combo still going strong

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The fly and rind: an old school combo still going strong

BY Lee McClellan The swim jig and the swimming retrieve are now mainstays for trophy largemouth from heavy cover or weeds. They also shine for catching suspended largemouth bass in clear lakes. Anglers fishing the world class smallmouth reservoirs in Kentucky and Tennessee fished a swim jig for decades, but they called it the...
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Cooler temps heat up fall bass fishing

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Cooler temps heat up fall bass fishing

BY Lee McClellan The orange tint in the tops of mature trees portend what is coming our way. Cool nights with crisp, gorgeous days signal not only some of the best days of the year in Kentucky, but also the beginning of the fall reservoir fishing season for largemouth bass. September is typically the...
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Fall Patterns Will Dominate October

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Fall Patterns Will Dominate October

By Chris Erwin It’s hard to believe that summer is in our review mirror. This season has been a strange one. With 18 straight day of rain in July and an even earlier period where some of our lake set high-water records, the rains killed off the weed growth and changed this summer’s fishing...
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