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Catching Up

Hello fellow fishermen and lake lovers,

It has been a minute since my last report, so I will do my best to catch you up on things aboard the lucky lady.  I want to start by saying that I hope everyone is OK after the recent round of heavy thunderstorms, our  thoughts and prayers go to those affected. Let’s hope the stormy weather pattern we are in will quickly move on.

On the Fishing side of things , the fishing is beginning to get much more consistent. I have been fishing for yellow and white bass on trips for a while now. These fish are starting to show up in their summertime haunts.  This allows for several options for guests. These fish are generally are in numbers and ready to bite. It is a great way to introduce a kid to fishing.  If you have never fished for yellow bass,  they are a heck of a fight on light tackle,and make mighty fine table fare  as well. We have also managed to pick up some bass and catfish along the way as well.

If you are visiting the area,and would like to get out and fish beautiful Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, just give me a call or text.  I will do my best to show you a good time.  I have several available dates throughout the year. Lucky Lady guide service 270-816-3102 or check out my website at Thank you for your time, and tight lines.

Eric Ashley,

Lucky Lady Guide Service

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