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Turkey hunters will want to watch ‘Kentucky Afield’ television’s call-in show this Saturday night


Turkey hunters will not want to miss the next installment of the “Kentucky Afield” television show.

With the youth and general spring turkey seasons fast approaching, hunters can submit questions before and during a special one-hour “Kentucky Afield” call-in show that airs live this Saturday (March 23) at 8:30 p.m. (Eastern) on Kentucky Educational Television (KET).

An expert panel led by “Kentucky Afield” host Chad Miles will answer hunters’ questions. Joining Miles in the studio will be Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources wild turkey program coordinator Zak Danks and Sgt. Rufus Cravens of the department’s Law Enforcement Division.

Questions can be submitted online through the “Kentucky Afield” Facebook page and on Saturday by calling the number displayed at the start of the call-in show.

This year, Kentucky’s youth-only season is the weekend of April 6-7. The start of the 23-day general statewide season is April 13 and the season continues through May 5.

For more information about turkey and other spring hunting seasons, check out the Kentucky Spring Hunting Guide. It is available online at fw.ky.gov and at license vendors across the state.

From Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources


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