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On the third Saturday in August, a large number of hunters arise before dawn, slather on fistfuls of tick and mosquito repellent, and head into the woods for the start of squirrel season. Read more

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

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

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

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

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

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Muzzleloaders retain a following among Kentucky hunters Read more

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Photo courtesy of Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources

Killing is hardly the totality of the hunting experience. Some hunt to keep in touch with where they came from and who they are. Read more

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Outdoors columnist Gary Garth trains to receive his Kentucky concealed carry license. Read more

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Self-described “country boys” Harold Knight and David Hale turn friendship and a love of hunting into a decades-long business phenomenon. Read more

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Thanks to wildlife conservation, the world of rods and guns and dogs and wild game and wild places are today the "good old days" for Kentucky's outdoors men and women. Read more

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