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Gary Garth

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

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

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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 »

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

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While deer season is winding down, duck hunters are just getting started more »

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Gary Garth follows up on the investigation of the mountain lion killed in Bourbon County last December. more »

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It’s taken nearly a century, but fire ants have finally arrived in Kentucky. more »

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In Belize, Kentuckian Gary Garth finds common ground with a native, in the topics of fishing and basketball more »

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Recreational camping is a hugely popular pursuit, and many visit Kentucky, a camping-friendly destination. more »

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The month of May is a prime time for bluegill fishing more »

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Anyone can be a bird watcher more »

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Wildlife officials experience a close encounter with a mountain lion in Bourbon County more »

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Voracious eaters, deer rarely pass up an easy meal ... more »

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Duck hunting guide is the best on the lake: Captain of the Boat and Lord of the Blind more »

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Game and fish are the original organic, free-range foods (plus a recipe for squirrel stew!) more »

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Muzzleloaders retain a following among Kentucky hunters more »

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When water adventures are not of the fishing sort more »

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