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This Interactive eBook Edition of the Kentucky Fishing Map Guide brings everything you love about the print edition to your phone, tablet, or computer with expanded access information, current fishing reports, and more! Whether you prefer to research, take notes and print maps from home or go straight to the lake, this digital version allows you to access your maps and information from any of your devices anytime you need them. The file is downloadable, which means you don't have to worry about trying to find an internet connection to access your maps when you are enjoying your time on the lake (*interactive features require an internet connection). This Interactive Edition features online current fishing reports, events, Google Maps satellite views and directions links to accesses. To take advantage of the interactive features, we highly recommend using Adobe Acrobat Reader - available for free on the App Store, Play Store, and for Mac OS X and Windows at https://get.adobe.com/reader/
This digital guide is a thorough, easy-to-use collection of detailed contour lake maps, fish stocking and survey data, and the best fishing spots and tips from area experts.
Fishing maps, detailed area road maps and exhaustive fishing information for lakes across the state are provided in this handy, 224-page, 8 ½ x 11” spiral-bound volume.
Covering 69 of Kentucky's best fisheries - from the giants like Kentucky, Barkley, Cumberland and Dale Hollow all the way down to the peaceful 3-acre Kingdom Come.
Whether you're pitching bucktails for muskies on Cave Run Lake, casting topwaters for schooling stripers on Lake Barkley or catching bass and crappies on Kentucky Lake, you'll find all the information you need to enjoy a successful day out on the water on one of Kentucky's many excellent fisheries.
Know your waters. Catch more fish with the Kentucky Fishing Map Guide eBook Edition.
"Building a library of lake maps can become costly and take up a lot of storage in a fishing boat, so Sportsman's Connection came up with a simple solution."
- Art Lander Jr., Lexington Herald-Leader
Includes maps and fishing information for these lakes:
|A.J. Jolly (Campbell County Lake)||204||Campbell|
|Barkley, Lake||57,920||Lyon, Stewart, Trigg|
|Barren River Lake||10,000||Allen, Barren|
|Bert T. Combs||36||Clay|
|Beshear, Lake||760||Caldwell, Christian, Hopkin|
|Beulah (aka Tyner Lake)||87||Jackson|
|Bullock Pen||134||Boone, Grant|
|Carr Creek (No Contours)||710||Knott|
|Cave Run||8,270||Bath, Menifee, Morgan, Rowan|
|Cranks Creek (aka Herb Smith Lake)||220||Harlan|
|Cumberland, Lake||50,250||Clinton, Pulaski, Russell, W|
|Dale Hollow||27,000||Clinton, Cumberland|
|Dewey (No Contours)||1,100||Floyd|
|Fagan Branch aka Lebanon City Lake||140||Marion|
|Fishpond (aka Payne Gap Lake)||32||Letcher|
|Freeman (No Contours)||120||Hardin|
|Game Farm, Lower||3||Franklin|
|Game Farm, Upper||7||Franklin|
|Green River Lake||6,650||Adair, Taylor|
|Herrington||1,860||Boyle, Garrard, Mercer|
|Kentucky||160,000||Calloway, Lyon, Marshall, Tr|
|Laurel River Lake||5,660||Laurel, Whitney|
|Malone, Lake||826||Logan, Muhlenberg, Todd|
|Marion County Lake||21||Marion|
|Mauzy, Lake (aka Cap Mauzy Lake)||85||Union|
|Mill Creek||41||Powell, Wolfe|
|Nolin River||5,795||Edmonson, Grayson, Hart|
|Pan Bowl aka Panbowl||98||Breathitt|
|Pee Wee (Peewee), Lake||452||Hopkins|
|Rough River Lake||5,000||Breckinridge, Grayson, Har|
|Smokey Valley/Carter Caves State Park Lake||36||Carter|
|Taylorsville||3,050||Anderson, Nelson, Spencer|
|Wilgreen (aka Taylor Valley Lake & Taylor Fork Lake)||169||Madison|
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