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    WillCFish

    How to remove the Y-Bones from a Northern

    Thread Starter: WillCFish

    They eat real good and this makes nice fillets to cut up.

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    Stratos1956

    Boat motor repair

    Thread Starter: Stratos1956

    Anybody know someone in the Louisville area that works on motors out of there home that is good

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    Cajun78

    1978 Evinrude 115 prop?

    Thread Starter: Cajun78

    Guys, been running an OMC '17 stainless prop for some time. I dont know anything about props, first off. The boat is a 17'10" 78 Cajun Mach...

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    boondock

    Coosa Bass

    Thread Starter: boondock

    Anyone know if Coosa Bass are in the Ohio or its tributaries? If not what would be the closest body of water (from Louisville) to catch...

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    Dave Stewart

    Getting the word out

    Thread Starter: Dave Stewart

    This is an excerpt from my weekly fishing report in case you missed it...just making sure the word gets out: As many of you know, I...

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    Judy Helmey

    Trigger Fish

    This is a nice trigger fish and once cleaned the skin removed would make once dried a fine piece of sand paper! Once you remove the skin just hang it out to dry and then you will be ready to sand away any roughness on your deck!




    Many years... read more
    Judy Helmey 1 Day Ago
    Lee McClellan

    KY Afield Outdoors: Lake Cumberland Striped Bass Heating up

    Kentucky Afield Outdoors:
    Lake Cumberland Striped Bass Heating Up

    The higher angle of the sun during the day brings warm breezes as we come into the meat of April. The glorious sunny days of late and air temperatures in the 70s make people joyous.
    This... read more
    Lee McClellan 2 Days Ago
    Mike Gerry

    Deep Cranking is Close

    With the bass in full spawning mode the bass will start to move to their post spawn locations and when that happens one of my favorite time of year is near. Its well known that the bass move to the deep drops, ledges and old ponds around the spawning grounds as they recover... read more
    Mike Gerry 4 Days Ago
    Judy Helmey

    The Easter Bunny has arrived!

    This photo was taken in our kitchen back in the mid fifties by the Easter Bunny!
    Even at the request of the Easter Bunny never hide the Easter baskets in the trunk of your car and hereís why!




    My father always had a lot of good stuff... read more
    Judy Helmey 1 Week Ago
    Mike Gerry

    Buying a Used Bass Boat

    If youíre a bite of an old timer like me, you remember when a used boat was just that one that was wore out and purchasing it was a big mistake. Today, however things are different used boats are generally a good way to purchase a boat at a cheaper price that has been already... read more
    Mike Gerry 1 Week Ago
    Mike Gerry

    Buzz Baits and the Spawn

    Itís the highly unlikely bait that most of us do not focus on during the spawn but there is probably no bait that gets more strikes over spawning areas than a buzz bait. When your confused on what will turn on a spawning fish, or frustrated pitching at a bed, try and old trick... read more
    Mike Gerry 2 Weeks Ago
    Judy Helmey

    Buck Owens Story 1929-2006

    Little Miss Judyís Believe It or Not!



    LORAN...Long Range Navigation versus GPS Global Positioning System!




    Way back in the old days somewhere between loran and non-loran technology I used to keep a nautical chart... read more
    Judy Helmey 3 Weeks Ago
    Mike Gerry

    Crowded Lakes

    If you have been on the water lately itís pretty-obvious that each year, there are more and more fishermen. The onset of high-school teams coupled with the increased interest in fishing has doubled the pressure on the lakes all over the country. The struggle is what can you... read more
    Mike Gerry 3 Weeks Ago
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    Anfackler

    4/20/19 MCBA results

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    gforcetrivers

    Below Wolf Creek

    They been running 15-17,500 for a couple of weeks now. Usually they drop it at midnight to 10 am ish. Its fishable but you need to put in a Mann Rd.

    gforcetrivers 5 Hours Ago Go to last post
    peter

    Getting the word out

    Wow! Time flies. Fast. I am having a hard time believing it has been over 20 plus years since I met Dave. I remember eating dinner with Dave and Tim

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    Shellkat

    Cumberland River below Wolf Creek

    The ramp at dam is still closed as far as I know

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    david236

    Humminbird

    Thank for nice info. I think, it will helpful for everybody.

    david236 18 Hours Ago Go to last post
    luvtohunt

    Cumberland River below Wolf Creek

    Crappie hit it on the head, I use the same technique but typically only fish down there in January and February that way. I utilize my boat the same

    luvtohunt 1 Day Ago Go to last post
    crappiepappy

    Cumberland River below Wolf Creek

    Many moons ago, when you could run right up close to the dam ... I would run the boat up to near the dam & float back down with the current, bouncing

    crappiepappy 1 Day Ago Go to last post
    yogi

    Monday morning big bass APRIL 22nd

    4.34 1st Placd Yogi & Scotty $225.00
    4.04 2nd Place N/A
    16 Boats

    The water was about seven feet. Watercolor surprisingly

    yogi 1 Day Ago Go to last post