Fall 2012

12/9/12: I just returned from a week in Sanibel, Florida. Beautiful weather–fished everyday. Cold, wet & grey in Kentucky–must be nearly Sauger time…

11/18/12: I hit Scott County Park for a couple of hours before dark, and managed to land two trout, one about 10 inches, the other about 14 inches (and a real fighter!). It is a great time to hit the FINs lakes around the state–trout love cooler temperatures. If you’re not in the woods looking for meat-on-the-hoof, there’s great tasting trout in the water right now…

10/26/12: As a follow up to the announcement about Jacobson Park joining the FINS program, Fish and Wildlife stocked 4000 rainbow trout (keeper-sized) into the lake on Tuesday, October 23. My experience with these stocking events would suggest that they will be hitting hard and fast this weekend.┬áRain is in the forecast, but keep in mind that trout love the rain (what fish wouldn’t, really?). Don’t forget that a trout stamp is required to keep trout–check regulations for details.

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