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Fishing and Hunting

Arkansas anglers win FLW College Fishing Kentucky Lake Open

univofarkansasGILBERTSVILLE - University of Arkansas-Fayetteville anglers Zachery Pickle and Drew Porto won FLW's College Fishing Kentucky Lake Open Saturday with a two day weight of 43 pound, 12 ounces. They won a Ranger Z117 bass boat with a 90-horsepower Evinrude or Mercury outboard and a spot in the 2016 FLW College Fishing National Championship.
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FLW College Fishing tournament set to bring in teams from more than two dozen states to Kentucky Lake

fishGILBERTSVILLE – College teams from more than two dozen states around the nation will be descending on Kentucky Lake this weekend for the inaugural FLW College Fishing Open tournament.
This is the first time FLW has hosted a college tournament that allows open registration from any eligible college teams, regardless of division or location.
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Fish hit close to home at FINs lakes

boyfishingHeavy rain and a break from sub-freezing temperatures earlier this week melted snowpack still lingering from the last major winter storm to hit Kentucky and caused flooding just as another potent system took aim on the state.

The Weather Channel dubbed it, "Winter Storm Thor." Anglers itching to grab a rod and reel cursed it as they reached for snow shovels again.

The arrival of March is the start of a new license year in Kentucky and reassurance that spring is near. One of the best places to put a 2015-16 fishing license to use in early spring is at a Fishing in Neighborhoods (FINs) lake.
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Kentucky Fish and Wildlife seeks 12 conservation officer recruits; applications being taken

kyfish&wildlifeFRANKFORT, Ky. – Applications are now being accepted for conservation officers at the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. The deadline to apply is Monday, March 9.
The department plans to fill positions in Christian, Graves, Marshall, Henderson, Breckinridge, Cumberland, Marion, Grant, Casey, Johnson, Martin and Elliott counties.

Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a valid driver's license, meet educational requirements or have experience in related fields.
The first step is to submit an application at careers.ky.gov. Applicants should apply to posting number 39217BR.

Recruits must pass a written test, physical fitness test, swimming test, oral interview, psychological and drug screen, polygraph, background review and medical evaluation to be considered for selection.

Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Best weather conditions for planning spring fishing trips

bassfishingThere is a saying in fishing that goes “the best time to go fishing is when you can.”

With the frenetic pace and busy schedules of modern life, the saying is true more than ever. However, if you only have a few weekends each spring to fish, the experience yields more stress reduction, enjoyment and memories if the fish bite like crazy.
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Kentucky Farm Pond Stocking Information

pondstockingFarm ponds are one of Kentucky's most valuable aquatic resources. A pond can provide extra income, serve as a water source for livestock, help with fire protection and attract numerous species of wildlife. However, one of a farm pond's most enjoyed functions is that of providing hours of fishing.
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