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Gary Garth

Early restoration work laid the foundation for the success that the state's turkey program enjoys today more

Field Notes

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources annually hosts two, three-day workshops on Becoming an Outdoors Woman. more

Field Notes

One advantage to bass fishing in February is lack of competition. There is only one other boat in sight more

Field Notes

While it’s true that bluegill, a favorite of many fly fishermen, generally are not choosy about fly patterns, fly placement and movement are important. more

Field Notes

While crappie can be caught year-round, the golden fishing window for them occurs in April. more

Field Notes

In a hunting family, a rifle found among a beloved family member's possessions triggers poignant memories more

Field Notes

Grouse hunting is not for the weak-hearted or slight-winded; the critters prefer rough, rugged country. more

Field Notes

Kayak fishing is the new trend for anglers. more

Field Notes

Early restoration work laid the foundation for the success that the state's turkey program enjoys today more

Field Notes

On the ground floor of The Capital City Museum near the corner of Ann and Broadway streets in Frankfort, a small room is filled with simple fishing reels made with a jeweler’s precision and an angler’s passion ... more

Field Notes

Winter in Kentucky is both a calendar date and a state of mind. more

Field Notes

Kentucky allows baiting for deer, and while not everyone likes it, there is nothing on the horizon that indicates state game officials have any plans to alter the rule more

Field Notes

Field Notes columnist Gary Garth accompanies a young man on his first deer hunt more

Field Notes

Casey Creek is a nothing trout stream; a gurgling rivulet with a sand and gravel bottom and crumbling clay banks. But it was Garvin’s favorite place to fish, so here I am. more

Field Notes

May 2018

Friday

May 25, 2018