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Relatively speaking, the smallmouth bass fishing in our state is a well-kept secret. Well, the word is getting out, especially about these waters.Michigan's Super Smallmouth Waters

Michigan's Super Smallmouth Waters

October 04, 2010

Relatively speaking, the smallmouth bass fishing in our state is a well-kept secret. Well, the...

Where does our favorite retired fisheries biologist go fishing for smallmouth bass? Here's where!Michigan's Top Smallmouth Rivers

Michigan's Top Smallmouth Rivers

October 04, 2010

Where does our favorite retired fisheries biologist go fishing for smallmouth bass? Here's...

Some of the Bluegrass State's best bassing takes place on other waters overshadowed by Dale Hollow, Barkley and others. Here are four to consider! (May 2010)More On Kentucky's Trophy Bassing

More On Kentucky's Trophy Bassing

October 04, 2010

Some of the Bluegrass State's best bassing takes place on other waters overshadowed by Dale...

It doesn't get much better for largemouth (even smallmouth) fishing than on our state's Kentucky and Barkley lakes. Read on for top picks on both expansive waters! (March 2010)Land Between The Lakes

Land Between The Lakes

October 04, 2010

It doesn't get much better for largemouth (even smallmouth) fishing than on our state's...

Here's a statewide look at how things are shaping up for bass enthusiasts throughout our state for the new season.Bluegrass Bass Forecast

Bluegrass Bass Forecast

October 04, 2010

Here's a statewide look at how things are shaping up for bass enthusiasts throughout our state...

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

October 04, 2010

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

Curt Williams - October 04, 2010

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

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

October 04, 2010

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

Norm Minch - October 04, 2010

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

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

Norm Minch - October 04, 2010

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

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