Month: May 2020

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Helping fawns survive coyotes

Study after study has demonstrated that bears, coyotes, and even bobcats prey heavily on fawns. Coyotes seem to be getting the most attention by hunters and for…

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Big Bullfrogs; how to hunt, clean and cook them

It’s hard to beat a mess of frog legs. A plate of fried frog legs is the best-tasting dish known to man. Anyone who disagrees…

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LOCATING SUMMER TRANSITION BASS

June is normally what we consider a transition month for bass. The transition we’re referring to is the movement of bass from their spawning flats…

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Little Rivers & Big Catfish

Nothing gets me more fired up just after turkey season than spending a day on a small river catching big pre-spawn catfish. I’m not talking…

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5 Kentucky Crappie Hot Spots

Big waters, such as Kentucky and Barkley lakes or smaller impoundments, are where you’ll find our best papermouth angling this spring. Depending on the weather,…

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10 of the Best Hiking Trails in Kentucky for 2020

The Bluegrass State is filled with opportunities to take to the trails and explore some of the most scenic parts of the country. From horse…

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EXTREMELY RARE white grizzly bear spotted in the Canadian Rockies

A family driving on a remote highway in the Canadian Rocky Mountains were shocked when they spotted a rare white grizzly bear near the side…

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Fly fishing in the bluegrass

With thousands of miles of rivers and streams and countless lakes scattered throughout the Bluegrass State, it’s no surprise that Kentucky is a haven for…

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How To Catch Crappie All Season Long

Find a shallow brush pile and drop an anchor. Cast out a minnow with a bobber and start hauling in  spring crappie. Springtime crappie fishing used to…

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The Bears are on the move

Keep your eyes peeled in Kentucky. The Department of Fish and Wildlife says the arrival of spring means bear activity is on the rise. They…

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