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The Birds and the Bees

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The Birds and the Bees

By Chris Erwin Maybe I should have said the bees and the birds since I want to start with the bees. As many of you know I have decided to start raising honeybees. I have ordered two nucs, a slang name for nucleus hives. That is a hive that is basically half the size...
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September the month of change for the Outdoors

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September the month of change for the Outdoors

By Chris Erwin September is the month that marks the real beginning of hunting season. Archery season begins Sept. 5 and runs all the way through Jan. 18, 2016 and many people start picking up their guns, bows and muzzleloaders thinking fishing season is about over. Nothing could be further from the truth. In...
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My Forth Week in a Row on Cave Run Lake

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My Forth Week in a Row on Cave Run Lake

By Chris Erwin I have one more weekend on Cave Run Lake before I plan to cover the Military Appreciation Tournament, which is the weekend before Poage Landing Days. This past week, I took an old friend I met back in junior high school to the lake with me. As many of you know,...
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Outlook points to another productive deer season

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Outlook points to another productive deer season

BY Kevin Kelly Kentucky receives national acclaim for the quality of its deer herd, and the numbers help draw the attention. The state has produced hundreds of trophy-class bucks over the past five seasons and hunters last season combined to take 138,899 deer overall. It was the second highest harvest total on record behind...
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Trail cameras are windows into the woods

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Trail cameras are windows into the woods

BY Kevin Kelly FRANKFORT, Ky. – A few paces inside a tree line that borders an open field thick with chest-high grass lies a tangle of narrow, sun-dappled game trails just a stone’s throw from the Kentucky River below. Bo Spencer knows deer, turkey, raccoon and the occasional bobcat travel these thoroughfares because a...
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Late spring begins prime time for catfish

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Late spring begins prime time for catfish

BY Kevin Kelly (Editors: This is the eighth and final installment of the “Spring Fishing Fever” series of fishing articles. Produced by the Kentucky Afield Outdoors staff, the series details productive fishing opportunities across Kentucky). FRANKFORT, Ky. – A stable weather pattern this week brought an early taste of summer to Kentucky as high...
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The redear sunfish spawn is here

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The redear sunfish spawn is here

BY Lee McClellan (Editors: This is the seventh installment of the “Spring Fishing Fever” series of fishing articles. Produced by the Kentucky Afield Outdoors staff, the series details productive fishing opportunities across Kentucky. It will continue until early summer). FRANKFORT, Ky. – It is the time of year when the big “bull” redear sunfish...
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Why buying your fishing license is important

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Why buying your fishing license is important

BY Lee McClellan FRANKFORT, Ky. – It is the time of year anglers must make an investment in their future fishing. Current 2014-2015 fishing licenses expire this weekend. If you plan to fish on or after March 1, you’ll need a new fishing license. A Kentucky resident annual fishing license sets you back $20....
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Fish hit close to home at FINs lakes

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Fish hit close to home at FINs lakes

BY Kevin Kelly (Editors: This is the first installment of the “Spring Fishing Fever” series of fishing articles. Produced by the Kentucky Afield Outdoors staff, the series details productive fishing opportunities across Kentucky. It will continue weekly until early summer). FRANKFORT, Ky. – Heavy rain and a break from sub-freezing temperatures earlier this week...
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Improving fisheries to try this spring

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Improving fisheries to try this spring

BY Lee McClellan This is the sixth of a series of articles detailing essential outdoor skills to learn before the warm winds of spring arrive in Kentucky. FRANKFORT, Ky. – The deepest snow since Bill Clinton roamed the White House pounded Kentucky this week, leaving in its wake stranded cars, sore backs from shoveling...
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