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The fertile stretch of our state's top trout stream holds the state records for three species of salmonids! That's why you should try this riverine setting soon. (April 2008)Cumberland River Trophy Trout

Cumberland River Trophy Trout

The fertile stretch of our state's top trout stream holds the state records for three species

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.

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

Hurley Combs Jr.'s giant 18-pointer from Casey County is a true Bluegrass State velvet trophy -- the largest ever taken in the Commonwealth. Here's his story! (July 2008)Our State's No. 1 Velvet Buck

Our State's No. 1 Velvet Buck

Hurley Combs Jr.'s giant 18-pointer from Casey County is a true Bluegrass State velvet trophy

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

Although Owen County is better known for numbers of deer than for trophies, it does yield some big bucks -- and Ervin Vance can prove it! Here's this hunter's exciting story. (August 2008)Our State’s No. 1 Non-Typical Buck Of 2007

Our State's No. 1 Non-Typical Buck Of 2007

Although Owen County is better known for numbers of deer than for trophies, it does yield some

A five-year whiskerfish stocking program is bearing fruit. More anglers are catching bigger blue catfish (and channel cats, too) on this 3,000-plus acre impoundment. Here's the latest.  (August 2008)Blue Cat Bonus Fishing On Taylorsville Lake

Blue Cat Bonus Fishing On Taylorsville Lake

A five-year whiskerfish stocking program is bearing fruit. More anglers are catching bigger

Here's a close-up look at some of the Commonwealth's finest trophy bucks from last year's excellent bow season.  (September 2008)Our State's Biggest Non-Typicals Of 2007

Our State's Biggest Non-Typicals Of 2007

Here's a close-up look at some of the Commonwealth's finest trophy bucks from last year's

Here's a region-by-region breakdown of our state's finest dove hunting on public land this month. Get ready for some fast early-season action! (September 2008)Best Bets For Bluegrass Mourning Doves

Best Bets For Bluegrass Mourning Doves

Here's a region-by-region breakdown of our state's finest dove hunting on public land this

Norm Minch

No matter where you live in the Bluegrass State, there's likely a top harvest county near you. Here's a statewide look at some of the very best!  (October 2008)Kentucky Deer Outlook -- Part 1: Our Top Harvest Counties

Kentucky Deer Outlook -- Part 1: Our Top Harvest Counties

No matter where you live in the Bluegrass State, there's likely a top harvest county near you.

Norm Minch

For turkey hunters, the Commonwealth's fall season offers different challenges. Finding birds can be a little more difficult than it was in spring. Here's how -- and where -- to do just that! (October 2008)Kentucky's Fall Turkey Forecast

Kentucky's Fall Turkey Forecast

For turkey hunters, the Commonwealth's fall season offers different challenges. Finding birds

From Ballard and Sloughs wildlife management areas and beyond, here's where to find some of the commonwealth's top early-season hunting for dabblers, divers and geese. (November 2008).Top Public Waterfowl Picks In Our State

Top Public Waterfowl Picks In Our State

From Ballard and Sloughs wildlife management areas and beyond, here's where to find some of

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