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You'll find fabulous whiskerfish angling on Barkley, Barren River and Green River lakes this summer season. Here's where you should try on each body of water.Triple-Header Catfishing in Kentucky Catfish

Triple-Header Catfishing in Kentucky

October 04, 2010

You'll find fabulous whiskerfish angling on Barkley, Barren River and Green River lakes this...

With expanded areas and more days to hunt, Kentucky sportsmen are warming to the idea of bagging a fall turkey for Thanksgiving dinner!3 Fall Public-Land Turkey Picks In Our State Hunting

3 Fall Public-Land Turkey Picks In Our State

Brian Grossman - October 04, 2010

With expanded areas and more days to hunt, Kentucky sportsmen are warming to the idea of...

This Pike County lake has come on strong of late as a hotbed for big hybrid stripers, some exceeding 10 pounds! Here's where you should try right now!Fishtrap Lake Hybrid Striper Bonanza Other Freshwater

Fishtrap Lake Hybrid Striper Bonanza

October 04, 2010

This Pike County lake has come on strong of late as a hotbed for big hybrid stripers, some...

Largemouth and smallmouth bass are on the minds of many anglers as the spring season rolls around. Here's where you need to try, from famous Kentucky and Barkley lakes to lesser-known Kincaid.Kentucky's Top 5 Bass Picks! Bass

Kentucky's Top 5 Bass Picks!

October 04, 2010

Largemouth and smallmouth bass are on the minds of many anglers as the spring season rolls...

The Commonwealth continues to offer excellent hybrid action on many waters statewide, especially the Ohio River and the Rough River and Barren River lakes.Three Hybrid Hotspots in Kentucky Other Freshwater

Three Hybrid Hotspots in Kentucky

Norm Minch - October 04, 2010

The Commonwealth continues to offer excellent hybrid action on many waters statewide,...

Here are five more head-turning trophy bucks from last season that are sure to get your attention, starting with Bob Edrington's huge Grayson County monster. (December 2005)5 More Trophy Non-Typicals From Kentucky Hunting

5 More Trophy Non-Typicals From Kentucky

October 04, 2010

Here are five more head-turning trophy bucks from last season that are sure to get your...

The fertile soils of our Commonwealth continue to produce world-class whitetails each season. Read on for top trophy hotspots near you.Bluegrass Trophy Outlook Part 2: Finding Big Bucks Hunting

Bluegrass Trophy Outlook Part 2: Finding Big Bucks

Norm Minch - October 04, 2010

The fertile soils of our Commonwealth continue to produce world-class whitetails each season....

This 1,100-acre Floyd County water continues to provide super largemouth fishing. Here's where you should try!Dewey Lake's Hot Summer Bassing Bass

Dewey Lake's Hot Summer Bassing

Norm Minch - October 04, 2010

This 1,100-acre Floyd County water continues to provide super largemouth fishing. Here's where...

Here are three slightly overlooked public places in our state where you can count on finding your share of wily rabbits. Is one of these picks near you? (Janaury 2006)Counting On Kentucky Cottontails Small Game

Counting On Kentucky Cottontails

October 04, 2010

Here are three slightly overlooked public places in our state where you can count on finding...

The Ohio River and Taylorsville Lake, plus three other top picks, are where you're likely to find excellent angling for flathead, blue and channel catfish this summer.5 Fabulous Whiskerfish Waters In Our State Catfish

5 Fabulous Whiskerfish Waters In Our State

October 04, 2010

The Ohio River and Taylorsville Lake, plus three other top picks, are where you're likely to...

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