Angler Graphics has been providing mapping of Central Kentucky facilities specifically created for sport and tournament professional fishing since 1980. Angler Graphics maps are topographic and contour maps based on information that was available before these man-made lakes were built. They include information on what is on the bottom of the lake, including houses, wooded areas, channels, stumps, or other structures and submerged features that might be of interest to anglers. Every effort is made to clearly show all of these features on our maps, so that anglers are well informed as to what lies under the waters surface.
Fish for Bass, Crappie, Blue Gill, Sauger, and Catfish with Captain Kirk's Guide Service on Kentucky Lake. KY Lake offers great fishing and beautifull scenery. Capt Kirk Weber is the hardest working guide on the lake so he knows where the fish are hiding. From Novice to Pro, singly or groups, Captain Kirk can deliver a fishing trip you'll remember for years to come.
The Mission of the Friends of Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery is to promote a better understanding and appreciation of the natural history, resources and habitat of Kentucky, with particular emphasis on promoting environmental education and recreational fishing to the public.
Our purpose is to plan, promote and conduct fishing events for children; promote the proper use and preservation of Kentucky streams, rivers and lakes for fishing and provide environmental education programs to the public.
We operate a fishing Guide Service on Barren River Lake in Kentucky for Hybrid Striped Bass. Just come and go with us for the fishing adventure of a lifetime.
A Bass fishing club from Cynthiana, Ky.
Fishing site, based in Central Kentucky, focused on fishing on-foot, by kayak, canoe, or other non-motorized craft. Includes reports and information about lakes and streams in Central Kentucky (and elsewhere).
Captain Jim Durham has been guiding on Lake Cumberland for many years. With the largest guide service on Lake Cumberland, you will be able to find a guide for family, individual or corporate trips. Check our website, call or email us for information on the guided trip for anytime of year.
Conserving America’s Fisheries
Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery (NFH) was constructed in 1975, making it one of the most recently constructed hatcheries in the federal system. The station currently produces over 1,000,000 rainbow, brown and brook trout each year. These fish are stocked into over 100 different public waters in Kentucky in close partnership with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. Wolf Creek NFH is also working toward the recovery of several endangered species, including the Relict darter, Spotfin chub and the Barrens topminnow. Visitation to the hatchery is over 100,000 annually.
In September 2006, the hatchery officially opened the Visitor/Environmental Education Center. The facility is currently the first and only center of its kind in the Southeast Region. Through state-of-the-art exhibits, classroom, indoor theater and gift shop, the center serves as a fun and engaging learning resource for all visitors, especially school children from the region. The center also offers a myriad of outreach programs and workshops (including the annual Catch a Rainbow Kids Fishing Derby, held on the first Saturday in June each year) and has launched the Biologist in Training (BiT) Program, an aquatic environmental education curriculum, which is designed for hatcheries and tailored to meet the needs of teachers in Kentucky. The facility is supported by the Friends of Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery, Inc. and a strong volunteer staff.
For more information about Wolf Creek NFH, visit www.fws.gov/wolfcreek
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