Magazine Issues

Current Issue, Spring 2012

Kentucky Afield Magazine Winter 2012 CoverHere are some of the stories that Kentucky Afield subscribers enjoyed in the Winter 2012 issue:

Are you boating safely when it comes to waterfowl hunting? Kentucky Afield offered its readers valuable information about how to keep that hunting trip from becoming the last of a lifetime. Seasoned professionals discussed mistakes hunters can make while afield – and how to avoid disaster.

In this issue, Kentucky Afield readers also learned about ongoing golden eagle research; read about Kentucky’s 2012 elk season and the new regulations for 2013; discovered what biologists have learned during 10 years of bear research in Kentucky; and more

The winter issue features essential information for the outdoors enthusiast. Whether it's discovering a new place to explore, cooking wild game, learning about quail restoration efforts or discovering more about Kentucky’s woodpeckers, Kentucky Afield is good reading for a cold winter’s day.

Kentucky Afield is not sold in stores. It’s only available through subscription. Subscribe today to start having Kentucky Afield delivered to you. Each one-year subscription includes four issues plus the popular outdoor calendar, which is only mailed in December.

Subscribe to Kentucky Afield and have a better day in the woods or on the water.

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About the cover: Lilly the hunting dog scans the skies in anticipation of a flight of ducks in Rick Hill's "The Wait".

  • Safe Waterfowl HuntingBy Lee McClellan
        Don't make a fatal mistake this season
  • The Obscure EagleBy Kate Heyden
    Golden eagle research expands in Kentucky
  • Kentucky's Decade of Bear Research • By Steven Dobey
    Documenting the return of a Southern Appalachian icon
  • New Era of Quail Restoration • By Ben Robinson
    Bigger is proving better
  • Elk Hunt 2012 • By Art Lander Jr.
    Bull hunters enjoy high success rate
  • The Front Porch
    Hunters as deer managers
  • Hunting
    Wounded Warriors Afield
  • Fishing
    Drawing the Line
  • Nature Notebook
    Kentucky's Woodland Excavators
  • Outdoor News
    News from Fish and Wildlife
  • Cooking
    Tim Farmer's Quick Venison Stroganoff
  • Habitat
    "EQIP" Spells habitat
  • Destinations
    Kaler Bottoms WMA
  • Ask the Experts
    Three-antlered Buck
  • Your Story
    Second Chance

Upcoming Issue, Spring 2013

Gain an in-depth look at the 2013 fishing forecast in the spring issue of Kentucky Afiled Spring 2013 Cover Kentucky Afield magazine. We pick the best lakes and rivers in the state to fish and provide you with tips and tactics to have a great day on the water.

What else will you find in the upcoming issue of Kentucky Afield? Learn more about hunting blinds and how their use can increase your odds of success during the hunting season. Blinds are great taking a wiggly kid turkey hunting. They also offer an alternative for deer hunters who prefer not to climb trees.

Kentucky Afield also takes you instead a new effort to recruit more hunters and anglers, previews the crappie season at the state’s most heralded lakes and gives you an inside look at spring turkey season.

You’ll find all this and more in the spring issue of Kentucky Afield magazine. But you won’t find Kentucky Afield on the newsstands – it’s only available by subscription. Order your subscription today for $10 a year. You get four issues plus the outdoor calendar in December.

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