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Kentucky Fishing Heats Up When Fall Arrives

by Norm Minch 0

September is a great time to get on the water for some hot Kentucky fishing — the weather gets nice and… more »


Kentucky Elk Now Roaming in Wisconsin

by Game & Fish Staff 0

In its third year, Wisconsin’s elk reintroduction effort included 31 relocated from the Bluegrass State this year. From Wisconsin DNR… more »

summertime crappie

Summertime Crappie: Tips to Catch Hard-to-Get Slabs

by David Brown 0

It rocks when the bite’s easy. But when summertime crappie fishing gets difficult, dig in and consider a new strategy. By… more »

South Carolina bass

Best Bass Fishing: Think Big Fish, Small Lakes

by Paul Moore 0

While the big lakes and reservoirs get the tournaments and the press, some of the best bass fishing can be… more »

Arkansas bass fishing

The Pleasures of Kentucky Lake Summer Fishing

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While there are a lot of great lakes in the Volunteer State, Kentucky Lake, near the state line, provides ample… more »

Kentucky Family Fishing

2017 Kentucky Family Fishing Destinations

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Kentucky offers plenty of great fishing waters, and most anglers have their favorite spots to cast for trophies. But with… more »

2017 Southern Turkey Forecasts

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2017 Southern turkey forecasts: Where to go, what to expect and how to increase your chances of bagging a bird. The cabin fever… more »

2017 Kentucky Turkey Forecast

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Every spring I always anticipate shooting my first gobbler within 10 minutes on opening morning but most years I am… more »

Kentucky bass fishing

2017 Top Kentucky Bass Fishing Spots

by Paul Moore 0

Every year right on the cusp of spring, excitement starts building in anticipation of Kentucky bass fishing soon to come…. more »

2017 Kentucky crappie fishing forecast

Kentucky Crappie Fishing Forecast Spring 2017

by Norm Minch 0

In February, Kentucky crappie fishing is either still locked in the depths of winter’s grip, or slowly climbing out of… more »

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