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Jan 27th
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Fishing and Hunting

Public can learn more about fisheries issues in western Kentucky during Jan. 15 meeting

kyfish&wildlifeFRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will conduct a public meeting Jan. 15 to discuss fisheries issues affecting western Kentucky.
While the primary focus will be on crappie and bass fishing in Barkley and Kentucky lakes, officials will also provide updates on Asian carp, habitat projects, catfish and paddlefish. Kentucky Fish and Wildlife employees also want to hear from the public on these topics.
This meeting is being held at the Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park Convention Center in Gilbertsville at 7 p.m. (Central time).

Sponsor a camper for Christimas this year

campcurrie (2)Feel like doing some good this Christmas season? Why not send a child to Conservation Camp this summer. Can't think of what to get someone for Christmas? Sponsor a Camper for them.
Sponsoring a camper is easy and only takes a minute, but it could make the year of a little boy or girl. If you attended Camp Currie, Camp Wallace or Camp Webb growing up, then you know how big of an impact these camps can have on a child. Conservation Camp gives children the opportunity to develop a genuine love and appreciation for the outdoors, helping to raise a whole new generation of Sportsmen and Sportswomen. To Sponsor a camper today, visit The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Foundation's website by clicking HERE.

Late muzzleloader deer season opens Saturday

muzzleloadFRANKFORT, Ky. – Hunters do not have to wait until next fall to harvest a deer with a firearm in Kentucky.The late muzzleloader season opens statewide on Saturday, Dec. 13. Even before this opening day, the ongoing deer season already rates as one of the state's top three on record based on overall harvest numbers.

Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Give the gift of the outdoors this holiday season

kydeptfish&wildlifeFRANKFORT, Ky. – Catalogs, emails and commercials touting must-have gifts this holiday season fill our mailboxes, flood our inboxes and splash across our television screens as the biggest shopping weekend of the year approaches.Amid the avalanche of gift ideas, there are some guaranteed to please the outdoors enthusiast on your list.

Consider a gift certificate from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. Available online at, it functions much like a gift card. Recipients have five years from the date of purchase to redeem it online for licenses and permits, Kentucky Afield magazine subscriptions, Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area passes or summer camp registration fees.

Even with winds straight from the North Pole, 2015-2016 waterfowl seasons look promising

ducksFRANKFORT, Ky. – The holiday commercials already swamping our collective brains along with winds straight from the North Pole remind us that short-sleeve weather is now months away. Winter is here.
Waterfowl hunters don't see these developments as bad news. They are getting their bags of decoys out of storage, cleaning and oiling shotguns and practicing their calling. Waterfowl season, for both ducks and geese, opens Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27.

Fall breeding season increases deer movement

deerFRANKFORT, Ky. – Cooler temperatures and shorter days bring out the fall colors that paint Kentucky's landscape in warm hues before winter arrives.
At about the same time, the breeding instinct in whitetail deer stirs, putting them on the move and more frequently into the paths of motorists.
About half of all collisions between vehicles and deer in Kentucky occur over the last three months of the calendar year, according to statistics compiled by Kentucky State Police. More of these collisions are reported in November than in any other month.
"October, November and December make up the main breeding season for whitetail deer," said Gabe Jenkins, deer and elk program coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. "The peak is in November."
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