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Winter trout stockings return to Paris Eiffel Tower Park pond, located on Eiffel Tower Road extended off Volunteer Drive, on Wednesday. This will be the second stocking as one took place back in early December as well.

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The last couple of weeks have been kind to the winter fishing scene on Kentucky Lake. As the New Year begins on a cool note with a few rainy days scattered about the forecast, anglers can’t complain about how the year ended in terms of weather conditions.

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Waterfowlers took to the swamps and marshes last week for a four-day stretch of Tennessee’s 60-day duck season. It was the first segment of a two-segment season that closed Monday and will reopen Saturday for a 56-day straight stretch that will take it all the way through Jan. 31.

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Once considered to be the real opening day of Tennessee’s deer season among the ranks of the average deer hunters, the regular gun season begins Saturday. Odds are more hunters will be out across the state’s 95 counties than any other day of the entire deer hunting season.

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The father and son team of Tim and Kevin Miles bagged these two hefty Henry County bucks recently. At left, ole dad’s deer was a 9-pointer weighing 200 pounds and his son Kevin’s buck (right) was an 8-pointer weighing 170 pounds. Tim took his with a muzzleloader and Kevin bagged his buck wit…

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During any given week, Kentucky Lake’s fishing scene will have a variety of weather. The last few weeks have had anglers watching the weekly weather forecasts pretty closely and attempting to pick a few days that were suitable.

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Stable lake levels and weather patterns have helped keep Kentucky Lake’s fall fishing scene on track lately and the overall bite has been pretty good, especially for crappie anglers.

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The 2019 deer archery-only hunting season opens statewide in Tennessee on Saturday. The archery season dates in five of the state’s deer hunting units are the same. The dates are Saturday through Oct. 25 and Oct. 28-Nov. 8.

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Anglers and recreational boaters had best pay close attention to channel markers as the TVA has Kentucky Lake elevation down several feet from summer pool elevation. For the next several months, boaters don’t want to take those shortcuts across main lake sandbars or cut corners entering bays…

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Holly Fork Shooting Complex, the Henry County Sheriff’s Department and Tosh Farms have teamed up to host the first dove hunt to benefit the Henry County Youth Shooting Sports program. The hunt is scheduled for Saturday and the event kicks off with a big lunch beginning at 11 a.m.

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Last week’s column dealt with some history of Asian carp introduction into our waterways and a new tool — a Bio-Acoustic Fish Fence (BAFF) — about to be introduced that will enhance the ability of fish and wildlife agencies to curtail migration.

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Most wars are won fighting one battle at a time. Those on the front lines in the war on Asian carp are hoping a new weapon about to be introduced will turn the tide in their favor. So far, slugging it out in the trenches with a variety of attempts and a lack of funding has proven to be prett…

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The first Saturday in August is a special day across Tennessee for duck hunters. It signals the arrival of the annual duck blind drawings at a few select wildlife management areas under the umbrella of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

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Thumbs up to the weatherman this week. After enduring weeks of hot and humid weather, Kentucky Lake anglers woke up to cool, crisp mornings this week, reminiscent of mid-October when jacket mornings and shirt sleeve afternoons are the norm.

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Weathermen across the region seem to be singing the same song this week; rising temperatures as the weekend approaches with the possibility of three-digit readings in some areas. That’s not what Kentucky Lake anglers wanted to hear for the mid-July fishing scene.

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