Sunday, February 25th, 2024

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Sunday, February 25th, 2024

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Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources

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Jim Beam fined in massive bourbon spill that killed fish

VERSAILLES, Ky. — Jim Beam was fined $600,000 earlier this month after a July warehouse fire sent a nearly 23-mile plume of alcohol into the Kentucky and Ohio rivers, killing fish. The distiller agreed to

‘O fish-mas tree, O fish-mas tree …’

With many of the state’s lakes more than 50 years old, natural woody debris has broken down naturally, prompting the state to ask for Christmas trees for fish habitat.

Crossbow season for deer extended in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Deer hunters in Kentucky are getting a longer crossbow season, after a proposal to expand the season went into effect May 31. The new crossbow season will open the third Saturday in

Kentucky using fishing tournaments to test new regs

FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is studying the impact of looser regulations on bass size limits during several fishing tournaments. The three-year test is limited to four tournaments on

Kentucky puts forth resources to help ruffed grouse

The Ruffed Grouse and Young Forest Strategic Plan looks 10 years out and its success hinges on an array of partners working together to create the young forest habitat on which grouse and other woodland

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