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Fisheries Technician, Nick Keeton holds a 40 inch muskellunge sampled at Brownsville, KY near Lock and Dam 6.
Looking upstream from the Brownsville City Boat Ramp at HWY 259 Bridge.
Confluence of Beaverdam Creek at the Brownsville City Boat Ramp.
Sara Tripp and Don Bunnell show off a 25 inch and a 26 inch walleye collected during spring sampling at the Green River Lock and Dams.
Kenny Atha holds a 17 inch sauger collected during spring sampling as part of the evaluation of the sauger stocking program that began in 2010.
Alexander Creek Boat Ramp provides free public access to boaters and anglers in the middle portion of Pool 5.
Confluence of Alexander Creek located upstream of the Alexander Creek Boat Ramp.
Alexander Creek looking downstream toward the confluence with Green River.
David Baker holds a sauger collected during fall sampling to evaluate the success of the sauger stocking program that began in 2010.
Green River is home to many species including this spotted gar collected near the mouth of Alexander Creek.
Green River has a good population of channel catfish. David Baker holds a 26 inch channel catfish sampled during 2012.
Lock and Dam 5 Ramp and Big Bear Creek Ramp are located at the downstream portion of Pool 5. Both ramps provide free public access to boaters and anglers.
Looking downstream from Lock and Dam 5 Ramp at the lock chamber approach for Lock and Dam 5.
Jeremiah Smith shows off a 16 inch largemouth bass collected during late spring on the Green River.
Green River provides anglers with a variety of species to target which including bluegill (top) and redear sunfish (bottom).
Spotted bass are plentiful in this section of the Green River. Spotted bass have been sampled up to 16 inches, with this nice spotted bass weighing in at over 2 lbs.