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Fishing in Kentucky, A brief look

Kentucky offers a wide variety of land topography from rugged highlands of the Cumberland Mountains to the rolling hills and pastures of the central region, to the western plains and the swamps to the north. Kentucky bass fishing continues to gain notoriety with the abundance of clear, gravel-bottomed rivers and streams.

Elkhorn Creek in central Kentucky is the most well known of these bass filled rivers and a favorite amongst fly fishermen.

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Kentucky Fishing Locations

Fishing in Kentucky is the most prevalent in the following areas: Elkhorn Creek, Kentucky Lake, Cumberland Lake, Dale Hollow reservoir, Herrington Lake, Dewey Lake, Rough River reservoir, Buckhorn reservoir, Nolin reservoir, Barren River reservoir, Lake Barkley

Kentucky Fishing Species

Popular Kentucky fishing species include: Kentucky bass, spotted bass, panfish, trout, rainbow trout, white bass, muskellunge, catfish, bluegill, black bass, crappie, smallmouth bass

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