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Fishing For Freedom 3rd Annual Tournament

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Fishing For Freedom 3rd Annual Tournament

By Chris Erwin Fishing for Freedom will be held Sept. 10 on the Ohio River near Ashland. Fishing for Freedom is a Military Appreciation Tournament that has been also extended to First Responders, which includes firefighters, police and ambulances personal. The tournament is completely free for these individuals. They will be a guest in...
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Bob Riggs is the product of five generations of Gunsmiths

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Bob Riggs is the product of five generations of Gunsmiths

By Chris Erwin I got a chance to drop in and see my old friend Bob Riggs. We worked together for over 15 years at National Mine Service Co. where we were both were machinists. Bob worked mostly day-turn and ran his gun repair shop anytime he wasn’t working at the plant. While guns...
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Some changes for the upcoming early migratory bird seasons

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Some changes for the upcoming early migratory bird seasons

BY Lee McClellan (July 21, 2016) – Although Kentucky is baking in the hottest temperatures of the year, hunters will be afield in a little over a month pursuing migratory birds such as dove, wood duck, American woodcock and resident Canada goose. Those planning to hunt during these seasons must be aware of some...
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Crash’s Landing Lives on Reopening under new ownership

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Crash’s Landing Lives on Reopening under new ownership

By Chris Erwin In recent times, we have only had two men who have been inducted into the Fishing Hall of Fame in Kentucky: Soc Clay, of South Shore, and Crash Mullins, of Olive Hill. On Sept the 19, David “Crash” Mullins passed from this life to the next. Crash was a personal friend...
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Young Wildlife Should Be Left Alone

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Young Wildlife Should Be Left Alone

BY Kevin Kelly – Recently, a photo of a wild bison calf standing in the back of an SUV at Yellowstone National Park made national news after first going viral on social media. The story illustrated an extreme scenario of compassion blurring common sense as the well-intentioned tourists took it upon themselves to “help”...
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Catching up with pro angler Jimmy Houston

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Catching up with pro angler Jimmy Houston

BY Kevin Kelly (This is the fifth 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). The growth of outdoor television and an expanding library of...
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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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Kentucky Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus hears Second Amendment issue at first meeting

Kentucky Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus hears Second Amendment issue at first meeting

Chris Erwin When important information is sent to me I always try to keep you informed and I know in our area anything to do with the Second Amendment is a subject that you may be interested in. Senator Robin Webb is co-chairmen for the Sportsmen Caucus and I wanted to pass along this...
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Snow opens windows into the world of wildlife

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Snow opens windows into the world of wildlife

BY Newly fallen snow has a way of awakening the spirit of adventure in kids and grown-ups alike. It’s also nature’s tattletale. As such, a fresh blanket of snow opens a window to new discoveries by revealing which animals inhabit the landscape around us and how they use it during the winter months. Animal...
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Kentucky Land donations fuel Conservation Camp upgrades

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Kentucky Land donations fuel Conservation Camp upgrades

BY Lee McClellan The sale of donated land in McLean County and around Beaver Lake in Anderson County helped provide the funds to begin construction of a new dining hall at Camp John Currie on Kentucky Lake beginning this August. This is just one example of the positive impact donated lands can have on...
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