2010 was a year of extremes in Kentucky–a 500 year flood in the spring, and two months of drought in the summer. I didn’t make it out as much as I wanted to, but there were a few highlights (See Elkhorn and Cedar Creek Lake pages for those…)
With winter here again, I’m trying to push my fishing into a new season. The FINs program stocked many local lakes with trout recently, and once this cold snap lifts, I plan to see what the rainbows are hitting in this weather. This time of year, my outdoor time is mostly devoted to hunting and woodcutting, but I’d love to add fishing to the mix.
Share your ideas on how to be a four season angler in Kentucky–I’d love to hear about it, and so would others!