Morel mushrooms are a mystery, a miracle, and a gift of the spring woods. Their arrival often coincides with turkey season. They can appear overnight and remain difficult to find. Veteran mushroom hunters covet their secret spots with a possessive fervor equal to that of any bass fishermen or deer hunter. Here are a few […]
As warm winds begin to flow over Kentucky, put your new fishing license to good use by trying a few early spring fishing hot spots. In March, fish activity begins in the smaller bodies of water such as farm ponds and smaller public lakes as water temperatures reach the 50s. These smaller, shallower bodies of […]
Hen and gobbler fakes draw plenty of things into range, from real birds to interloping predators, including bobcats. Watch as this one stalks the staked hen and attacks it.
Here is how you hunt a wood chuck… Hunting these critters isn’t a new thing. Historically, people hunted them a lot, especially during the 20th century. But for some reason, it’s become all but dead in the last 15 years. There’s been very little talk of groundhogs since the recent rise of big game hunting […]
Carr Creek Lake totals 710 acres in eastern Kentucky in Knott County. The bass population at this lake typically does not fare as well after the spawn as most other lakes. Fishery biologists use the term recruitment to indicate bass that are spawned and survive long enough to officially enter the bass population at a […]
SPRING IS ALMOST HERE AND SO ARE THE TURKEY! The early signs of spring are finally starting to appear in most locations around the country, and, for many hunters, the onset of spring means that turkey hunting season is just around the corner. For those of you who will soon be in the woods in […]
Sure, average-size bass are fun to catch. But we know what you really want: your picture on the marina wall, showing off a fish that makes every angler around burn with envy. There’s no better time to land hefty, highly aggressive females than right now, as they chow down in staging areas and then hit […]
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