Possible move to KY

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Skyler Evans, Nov 17, 2013.

  1. Jerry Daschofsky

    Jerry Daschofsky Moderator Staff Member

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    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.

    Ok, make sure one of your visits back is for "the trip". :)
     
  2. Olive bugger

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    Tie up some big ugly bunnies and mice. Poppers might work also.
     
  3. Clousers tooooooooo
     
  4. Charles Sullivan

    Charles Sullivan dreaming through the come down

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    I always feel for military guys when they are stationed in foreign countries.

    Go Sox,
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  5. james.jimenez

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    Don't know much about Kentucky but I do know that if you can make it to Northern Georgia there are some pretty good spots. Google the Unicoi Outfitter, I believe they are in Helen GA. And if you are willing to go further south.. Try your luck on the Saluda River in South Carolina.. I have a POC for you there that can get you to a spot where I caught my largest 23" brown trout.. I will plot some point for another place in Northern GA as soon as I google and find it again.. I will send you all I can...
     
  6. Upton O

    Upton O Blind hog fisherman

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    I did a search on fishing Kentucky, seems like there are a fair number of water bodies where you can target trout. As for bass and bream, when I was in school at LSU and Auburn, I enjoyed bream fishing much more than bass and they were better eating. We targeted "titty" bream (bream too big to holding your hand to unhook so you had to hold them against one of four titties) which were actually big enough to filet. Mix up some cheese grits, hush puppies, some good coleslaw, little is good.

    And thanks for your service to our country.
     
  7. Brady Burmeister

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    It's pretty country down there, and some of the stereotypical reactions here are what feeds the rest of the country's stereotyping of left coasters and Seattleites. You'll be within a few hours of a couple state parks, the Smokies, trophy brown trout in Arkansas and Missouri, more trout fishing in Tennessee, and a bunch of inland lakes. There could be a lot worse places for a fisherman to live. Also, I believe Deliverance was filmed in Georgia.
     
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