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Kentucky DFWR Biologist Suggests Targeting Offshore Largemouths

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Kentucky DFWR Biologist Suggests Targeting Offshore Largemouths

BY Lee McClellan Fish offshore for post-spawn largemouth bass Frankfort, KY. – Chris Hickey, black bass research biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, said the cool weather this spring delayed the largemouth bass spawn a couple of weeks, but now everything is on schedule as we head into the heat...
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Plant winter wheat this fall for wildlife

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Plant winter wheat this fall for wildlife

By Art Lander Jr. Frankfort, KY. – The heat of summer is a good time to begin thinking about fall plantings to benefit wildlife. Winter wheat is a top choice for a fall crop because it is readily eaten by deer and wild turkey and is an excellent nurse crop for clover. Winter wheat...
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Fish offshore for post-spawn largemouth bass

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Fish offshore for post-spawn largemouth bass

By Lee McClellan FRANKFORT, Ky. – The wet and unseasonably cool weather pattern lately seems more consistent with Derby week than the with the upcoming Fourth of July holiday. Chris Hickey, black bass research biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, said the cool weather delayed the largemouth bass spawn a...
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Operation Dry Water focuses on making Kentucky waterways safer for boaters

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Operation Dry Water focuses on making Kentucky waterways safer for boaters

By Art Lander Jr. Frankfort, KY. – Conservation Officers with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will team up with federal, state and local law enforcement officers to make Kentucky waterways safer for boaters during Operation Dry Water, June 28-30. Held just prior to the Fourth of July holiday, the weekend is...
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Summer archery checklist

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Summer archery checklist

By Art Lander, Jr. FRANKFORT, Ky. – June is the halfway point on the calendar and is highlighted by the longest day of the year: the official start of summer on Friday, June 21 this year. For Kentucky’s 90,000 plus archery deer hunters, the Summer Solstice seems to trigger another seasonal phenomenon – the...
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Hit some small waters now that summer’s here

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Hit some small waters now that summer’s here

By Lee McClellan Frankfort, KY. – It is hard to believe you needed a jacket for an evening outdoor barbeque on the weekend after the Preakness Stakes, but you did this year. This past spring was one of the coolest in memory. Now that June is around the corner with temperatures finally striking the...
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Keep safety in mind as Kentucky’s recreational boating season launches

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Keep safety in mind as Kentucky’s recreational boating season launches

Frankfort, KY. – The three-day Memorial Day holiday which starts Saturday is the unofficial start of recreational boating season in Kentucky. Boating safety officials with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources are urging everyone who plans to be on the water to keep safety in mind. About 90 percent of all boating...
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National magazine names Kentucky as top destination for trophy deer

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National magazine names Kentucky as top destination for trophy deer

Frankfort, KY. – Outdoor Life magazine has named Kentucky as the nation’s top destination for trophy deer hunting. The national hunting and fishing magazine based its rankings on trophy deer production, hunter density, fees and how hunter friendly the laws and regulations were in each state. “The trophy deer hunting possibilities in Kentucky aren’t...
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Memorial to honor Kentucky conservation officers who lost their lives in the line of duty

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Memorial to honor Kentucky conservation officers who lost their lives in the line of duty

Frankfort, KY. – Visitors to the Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort can now view the bronze statue that will be at the center of a new memorial to Kentucky’s six conservation officers killed in the line of duty. “The groundbreaking for the memorial will be June 7,” said Sgt. Scott Herndon, Spencer County...
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Elk hunt drawing results now available online

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Elk hunt drawing results now available online

Frankfort, KY. – Hunters can now go online at fw.ky.gov to see if they were drawn for Kentucky’s 2013-14 elk hunts. The Commonwealth Office of Technology has selected 1,010 names from among the 34,397 people who applied for the hunts. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources received 61,051 applications from as far...
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