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Kentucky to break ground on newest ‘in-lieu’ wetlands and stream restoration project

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              U.S. Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. John L. Hudson and Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Commissioner Gregory Johnson will join the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, state legislators and Russell County …

Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Flowing waters like Cumberland River best fishing in heat

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                By Lee McClellan Special to KyForward   The dog days of summer settled over Kentucky in the last week, bringing the hottest temperatures of the year. The summer heat in July and …

Art Lander’s Outdoors: Scenic Kentucky
River is a natural for adventuresome anglers

                As fishing waters go, the Kentucky River is a natural for adventuresome anglers. This scenic and productive waterway flows through the heart of the state for 255 miles, and access points are …

Campbellsville signs national champion
angler for university’s first fishing team

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                Two-time National Bass Fishing Trail junior national champion Dakota Cantrell signed a scholarship Saturday, July 12, to join the inaugural Campbellsville University co-ed bass fishing team.   Cantrell, a recent graduate of …