Fishing Below Kentucky Dam And More

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Today’s Flashback Photo

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4 Responses to Fishing Below Kentucky Dam And More

  1. I’m surprised birds can still fly so soon after getting their feathers soaked like that.
    It looks like darn good fishing there. I was talking to a couple of fishermen just today but they hadn’t caught much.
    I like the shot of the little warbler with a beak full of dragonfly!
    I wonder if that snake is poisonous. It looks like it was ready to strike.

    • Grampy says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      It is surprising how well they fly soaking wet. It is good fishing below the dams most of the year. Water conditions can be to bad sometimes to fish, that is the only drawback. That warbler had a mouth full. The snake is not a poisonous one just sensing me with it tongue.

  2. Ellen says:

    Yeow! What a variety. From an Osprey Fishing to men fishing. Each getting their catch. I love the flashes of colorful birds along the way too. The surprise of a snake that is actually beautifully colored too. Then you close with a flashback of the Fawn which, for the life of me, I can’t see how it can walk through the rocks? As always, thanks.

    • Grampy says:

      Ellen,
      It was a fun morning with all the variety. I was surprised too how easy it was for the fawn to make its way down the rip-rap. Your Welcome…

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