Kentucky Afield magazine is essential reading if you're passionate about the outdoors. Published four times a year, Kentucky Afield gives you insider tips about the best hunting and fishing in the state. You'll also pick up pointers for a better day afield, and keep current with what's going on outdoors. As a bonus, Kentucky Afield subscribers receive the popular outdoor calendar in December. Please note that our magazine and calendar are distributed to the Continental United States and Hawaii only.
Calendars are mailed once a year to current subscribers. They are not mailed out as a subscription is received. Subscriptions must be current on Nov. 26 for guaranteed delivery of the calendar with the regular mail-out. Subscriptions received after Nov. 26 will miss the mailing deadline. Subscribers who miss the mailing deadline will not receive a calendar with the regular mail-out until December 2018. Individual copies of the 2018 calendar will be offered for sale through the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife website. Reserve your copy now!
For $10, you'll receive four issues of Kentucky Afield and a copy of the Kentucky Afield Outdoor Calendar in December. Save even more with a two-year subscription for just $18. Subscribe online today.
Kentucky Afield Magazine is the official publication of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.
Kentucky Afield brings you the best in hunting and fishing in the state. You get 4 issues a year plus a bonus calendar featuring outstanding wildlife photography.
The calendar, published in December, is packed with tips and information about Kentucky's outdoors.
Kentucky Afield makes an ideal Christmas or birthday gift for the outdoors enthusiast on your list. The best of Kentucky's outdoors only costs you $10 a year, or $18 for two years.
There are two ways to subscribe to Kentucky Afield Magazine or renew your subscription:
- Subscribe on-line for a New/Renewal Subscription or a Gift Subscription for 1 or 2 years. Please have your credit card handy (we accept Visa and Mastercard).
- Subscribe by mail. Download a subscription form here. Send the completed form (please print), along with your money order or check made out to Kentucky Afield Magazine to: Kentucky Afield Magazine 1 Sportsman's Lane Frankfort, KY 40601
For more information, please call 800-858-1549.
Don't forget to notify Kentucky Afield. Just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the envelope conveniently located in the centerfold of your magazine.
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Kentucky Afield Magazine
1 Sportsman's Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601
Include your telephone number and address for verification purposes. Letters may be edited for clarity and length. If we publish your letter,
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Frankfort, KY 40601. Include your name, address and telephone number. Stories will not be returned. If we use your article, you'll receive a complimentary one-year subscription and
five copies of the magazine in which your article appears.
Do You Have a Question for Our Biologists or Staff? Just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: Ask the Experts,
c/o Kentucky Afield Magazine, 1 Sportsman's Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601. You'll receive a free one-year subscription or renewal if we use your question.
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Outdoor Sales & Marketing Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 429
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Editor Dave Baker
Associate Editor Lee McClellan
Writer Kevin Kelly
Art/Design Director Adrienne Yancy
Graphic Designer Obie Williams
Artist/Illustrator Rick Hill
Circulation Manager Lisa Tolliver