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From 12- to 15-inch slot limits to no size limits at all, here's how biologists manage our bass-fishing resource to provide better angling  for all species of fish. (June 2009)How Bass Regulations Improve All Fisheries

How Bass Regulations Improve All Fisheries

From 12- to 15-inch slot limits to no size limits at all, here's how biologists manage our

Bluegrass State bass enthusiast have plenty of places to search for lunker largemouth bass in the stretch of the mighty Ohio that forms our state's longest border. (May 2009)Ohio River Bass Hotspots

Ohio River Bass Hotspots

Bluegrass State bass enthusiast have plenty of places to search for lunker largemouth bass in

Curt Williams

This Harlan County impoundment is the only lake in Kentucky where anglers can tangle with four different species of bass! (April 2009)Martins Fork Lake's 'Fearsom Foursom' of Bass

Martins Fork Lake's 'Fearsom Foursom' of Bass

This Harlan County impoundment is the only lake in Kentucky where anglers can tangle with four

This season, here's what to expect while you're bass fishing in Kentucky's well-known reservoirs and overlooked lakes. (February 2009)Bluegrass State's Bass Outlook For 2009

Bluegrass State's Bass Outlook For 2009

This season, here's what to expect while you're bass fishing in Kentucky's well-known

Norm Minch

A recent assessment of Grayson, Dewey and Carr lakes reveals how the 15-inch minimum-size limit is working (or not) on these three northeastern state impoundments. (July 2008)A True Tale Of Three Kentucky Bass Waters

A True Tale Of Three Kentucky Bass Waters

A recent assessment of Grayson, Dewey and Carr lakes reveals how the 15-inch minimum-size

Norm Minch

All waters in our state contain some kind of restriction for keeping bass, from minimum-size and slot limits, to catch-and-release. Are they really necessary? And are they working?(May 2008)How Do Kentucky’s Bass Restrictions Work?

How Do Kentucky's Bass Restrictions Work?

All waters in our state contain some kind of restriction for keeping bass, from minimum-size

Norm Minch

Some uncommonly fine hybrid striper action is possible on the five waters highlighted here. Don't miss out! (May 2008)Commonwealth Hybrid Bass Bonanza

Commonwealth Hybrid Bass Bonanza

Some uncommonly fine hybrid striper action is possible on the five waters highlighted here.

From north to south and east to west, here are some of our very best places to catch largemouth and smallmouth bass this coming. (February 2008).Kentucky 2008 Bass Forecast

Kentucky 2008 Bass Forecast

From north to south and east to west, here are some of our very best places to catch

Curt Williams

Three years after the devastation wrought by hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Louisiana's bass population is on the road to recovery -- a sure sign of fine fishing to come. (February 2008).Louisiana Bass: Back To Basics

Louisiana Bass: Back To Basics

Three years after the devastation wrought by hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Louisiana's bass

Kentucky's fish and game department has developed effective ways to evaluate black bass populations throughout our state. Here's what that means to fishermen.(January 2008).Assessing Our State's Bass Management

Assessing Our State's Bass Management

Kentucky's fish and game department has developed effective ways to evaluate black bass

Paul Moore

Green River, Laurel River and Wood Creek lakes are three great alternative waters for Lake Cumberland anglers to try this summer season. (August 2007)3 More Bluegrass Bass Lakes

3 More Bluegrass Bass Lakes

Green River, Laurel River and Wood Creek lakes are three great alternative waters for Lake

Norm Minch

State biologists help our correspondent pick what may very well be the Commonwealth's eight best bass lakes this season. Read on for his top picks. One is sure to be near you! (July 2007)Where To Find Kentucky's Excellent Bassing

Where To Find Kentucky's Excellent Bassing

State biologists help our correspondent pick what may very well be the Commonwealth's eight

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