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Hunters Should Harvest Female Deer in High-Density Areas

Frankfort, Ky. – As the first week of modern gun deer season winds down, many hunters have already taken their antlered deer for the year. If you are hunting in a high-density area like Zone 1, you shouldn’t stop there. Harvesting plenty of female deer in high-density areas is essential…


Nature Workshops for Educators This Month at the Salato Wildlife Education Center

Frankfort, Ky. – The Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort is hosting several professional development workshops in June for educators. These classes are ideal for scout, youth and home school educators. The first in the series of workshops is Project WILD Aquatic. Explore the wonderful world of water with activities…


Free Fishing Weekend Coming Up June 7-8

Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Frankfort, Ky. – With gas prices at record highs and grocery costs climbing, anything free is a true gift. During the weekend of June 7-8, anglers across the state can fish free on any public waters in Kentucky. No fishing license or trout permit is required these…


Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Boater Education Saves Lives

Frankfort, Ky. – Summer brings thousands of boaters to Kentucky’s waterways. Boating in Kentucky is a growing attraction for tourists, as well as a popular way for families to enjoy vacation time together. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources encourages every boater to stay safe on the water….


Crappie Fishing Big Fun on Big River Backwaters This Weekend on “Kentucky Afield” TV

Frankfort, Ky. – The crappie spawn is spawning excellent catches along the Ohio River and its tributaries this weekend, May 10 and 11, on “Kentucky Afield” television. Up into the streams and creeks that feed the Ohio River, crappie anglers find harvest heaven. Breckinridge County’s Richard Butler guides host Tim…


Lake Cumberland Tailwater Wondrous For Worried Anglers on “Kentucky Afield” TV

Frankfort, Ky. – With Wolf Creek Dam at Lake Cumberland under extensive repair, anglers question the quality of fishing in the river below. Answers aren’t all that’s caught this weekend, April 26 and 27, on “Kentucky Afield” television. Lake Cumberland tourism for 2008 continues its resiliency with news like this….