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Family Camping in eastern Kentucky

Family Camping in eastern Kentucky

Editor’s Note: This column appeared in The Greater Ashland Beacon on July 6, 2011 and is being republished here with permission. By Chris Erwin ASHLAND Summer is here and it’s time to get outdoors and enjoy nature before winter drives us back into our sheltered homes. While summer may be hot they are plenty...
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Kentucky bear population healthy, growing

Kentucky bear population healthy, growing

By Carrie Stambaugh ASHLAND The Black Bear population is healthy and growing in eastern Kentucky, says the state’s top bear biologist. He predicted more residents will come into contact with the animals in coming years as their range continues to expand and that bear hunting season and bag limits will also be increased. Steven...
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Kentucky Angling adds managing editor, expands outdoor news

Kentucky Angling adds managing editor, expands outdoor news

For Immediate Release Chris Erwin Publisher/Editor KentuckyAngling.com 606-262-5998 ASHLAND – June 17, 2011– KentuckyAngling.com is undergoing a transformation, expanding both its staff and editorial mission. This week, founder Chris Erwin unveiled the online news magazine’s redesigned Web site at www.KentuckyAngling.com/magazine and announced the addition of new partner and managing editor Carrie Stambaugh. A writer...
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The simple ways to catch fish this summer

The simple ways to catch fish this summer

May 26, 2011 Contact: Art Lander, Jr. 1-800-858-1549, ext. 4414 Author Art Lander FRANKFORT, Ky. – With Kentucky’s free fishing weekend fast approaching, now’s the time to get your fishing tackle ready. During June 4-5, anyone can fish for free in Kentucky without having a fishing license. It doesn’t matter whether you live in...
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The Cherokee Nation-The Fishing-The People

The Cherokee Nation-The Fishing-The People

To view this article please click on the little monitor box at the bottom left to open to full page This magazine form is something a little new here but I thought it would be a good way to display the fun trip to the Smoky Mountains and a stream fishing dream! The inside...
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Mortality and its impact on wildlife populations

Mortality and its impact on wildlife populations

Author Art Landers Jr. April 28, 2011 Breaking News 1-800-858-1549, ext. 4414 FRANKFORT, Ky. – The drama of predator versus prey plays out every day in Kentucky’s woods, fields and waterways. Many species of wildlife prey on other animals to survive. An owl snatches a squirrel from the side of a tree. A fox...
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White-nose syndrome confirmed in Kentucky bat

White-nose syndrome confirmed in Kentucky bat

April 13, 2011 FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) have detected the presence of white-nose syndrome in a bat residing in Trigg County, located in southwest Kentucky. A suspect little brown bat from a cave in Trigg County, about 30 miles...
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Talking Turkey With An Accent

Talking Turkey With An Accent

Although the outdoors had been a great part of his life, at age 47, Henri Billiot had never even heard a wild turkey gobble, much less hunted one. In fact, it took a disaster of epic proportions to provide the impetus for the Louisiana native to join in the grand tradition of the spring...
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Collecting broodstock an important tool for fisheries management

Collecting broodstock an important tool   for fisheries management

Author: Lee McClellan April 7, 2011 Contact: Lee McClellan 1-800-858-1549, ext. 4443 FRANKFORT, Ky. – The phone calls started in the late afternoon along with posts on fishing related web sites. Some anglers recently witnessed the Fisheries Division of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources collect smallmouth bass broodstock from Dale Hollow...
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Answers to your questions about turkey hunting as the spring season approaches

Answers to your questions about turkey hunting as the spring season approaches

Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Answers to your questions about turkey hunting as the spring season approaches March 31, 2011 Contact: Art Lander, Jr. 1-800-858-1549, ext. 4414 FRANKFORT, Ky. – With Kentucky’s spring youth-only wild turkey season coming this weekend, April 2-3, and the general season opening April 16, here’s what you need to know before...
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