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Photo Essay: Fish and Wildlife at Green River

Lawrence Hamilton sent in a collection of photos from the tailwaters of Green River Lake, where the KY Department of Fish and Wildlife has been surveying the Walleye population.


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Shocking for Walleyes



2016-01-15 - Taylor Co., KY - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Lawrence writes, "Kentucky Fish and Wildlife were busy in the Green River Lake Tail waters this morning shocking for Walleyes for brooding purposes at the More head Fish Hatchery. They removed 100 Walleyes."
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Fish Kentucky! Truck



2016-01-15 - Taylor Co., KY - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Lawrence writes, "Kentucky Fish and Wildlife were busy in the Green River Lake Tail waters this morning shocking for Walleyes for brooding purposes at the More head Fish Hatchery. They removed 100 Walleyes."
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Walleye



2016-01-15 - Taylor Co., KY - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Lawrence writes, "Kentucky Fish and Wildlife were busy in the Green River Lake Tail waters this morning stocking for Walleyes for brooding purposes at the More head Fish Hatchery. They removed 100 Walleyes."
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The Fish and Wildlife boat



2016-01-15 - Taylor Co., KY - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Lawrence writes, "Kentucky Fish and Wildlife were busy in the Green River Lake Tail waters this morning shocking for Walleyes for brooding purposes at the More head Fish Hatchery. They removed 100 Walleyes."
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