Leeches for Catfish and Lure Making Features for Kentucky Afield TV
Frankfort, Kentucky - Join host Tim Farmer and the rest of the "Kentucky Afield" television crew as they catch catfish, recreate fishing lures and visit nesting sites of an endangered bird this weekend, July 11-12.
The action starts on Kentucky Lake as Malcolm Lane shows the crew how to catch catfish with leeches and shrimp. Farmer also visits Charlie Hines for a glimpse at recreating fish lures popular at the turn of the century. Finally, the crew ventures to western Kentucky to take a look at research underway on the endangered least tern.
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Scott Moore (800) 858-1549 ext. 4502