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Elkhorn Creek Kayak Fishing Series; June 2, 2012

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The ECKFS Kayak Fishing Tournament kicked off on Saturday, June 2, with a splash! With temperatures hovering in the mid-to upper 70s and partly cloudy skies, we couldn't have asked for nicer weather.

Going into the weekend, there were some concerns about how Thursday night's storms had affected water levels, flow rates and water clarity, and whether any of that was going to affect the fishing. It turned out that the rain was just the right amount to bring the creek back up to "normal" levels. The water was still mostly clear and the fishing was quite good for most.

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Hawg Trough Measuring Board

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The results of day one were:
1st AJ (someone tell me his last name) 46.5"
2nd TJ Strong 44.5"
3rd Matthew Schaefer 42.25"
4th John Walters 40.75"
5th Eric Engel 39.75"

This Wednesday, June 6, will be the second day of the series. Everyone is meeting at Canoe KY to catch the shuttle to the launch site. Fishing times will be from 6:00 to 9:00 PM
ECKFS Rules and regulations.
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Pam Funk

About the Author: A self-described kayak and fly fishing addict, compe”tent” camper, and photographer in her dreams, she found her lifetime fishing hobby was transformed into a full-blown obsession when she bought her kayak and added a fly rod.

Pam is a member of the Yakangler.com Pro Staff team, TFO Flyrods, Hobie Polarized and Columbia Sportswear Pro team. She is a member of the Kentucky Kayak Fishing Association where "Yaks Give Back". Their objectives include environmental clean up projects, working with Special Olympics and wounded veterans, and promoting the growth of kayak fishing and safety in our state.

Pam is also the author of ShesAManiYak.com and can be found on Twitter @shesaManiYak.

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