‘Dog Paddling Across the Bluegrass’ premieres week of September 10

Newspapers who have already signed up for the 2017 KPA Fall Chapter Series need to be watching their email inbox by the end of the month to access materials for this year’s Woody and Chloe series. It’s another 10 weeks of typical Woody adventures, and perhaps misadventures, as they take to the water in way Eastern Kentucky, making their way to a fishing tournament on Kentucky Lake.

Only newspapers who sign up and agree to the two cents per paid copy/subscription will have access to the materials. So if you haven’t signed up, time’s a wastin.’ Just email me with the name of the newspaper, name and email address of the main contact for the series, and paid circulation. The series begins the week of September 10.

Check out the list below of places that Woody and Chloe mention in paddling across the Bluegrass, on their way from Pikeville to Kentucky Lake. If your locale is mentioned, you especially should sign up to run the Fall Chapter Series.

And again, our thanks to Herald-Leader artist Chris Ware for his work on all of the artwork to go with the series.

The following places are in ‘Dog Paddling Across the Bluegrass.’ 

Pikeville

Western KY – specifically area of Kentucky Lake, Land Between the Lakes, Lake Barkley

Cave Run Lake (Morehead)

Fishtrap Lake (Pike County)

Levisa Fork (Louisa, Pikeville)

Big Sandy River (Louisa)

Tug Fork (runs through Pike, Martin, Lawrence counties)

Jenny Wiley State Park and Dewey Lake (Prestonsburg)

Little Sandy River (Elliott, Carter and Greenup Counties)

Cumberland River

Martin Fork, Clover Fork, Poor Fork (forks of Cumberland River)

South Fork of Cumberland 

Kentucky River

North, Middle, South Fork of Kentucky River

Beattyville

Valley View Ferry 

Red River Gorge

Natural Bridge

Boston, KY

Salt River

Rolling Fork River

Beech Fork River

Carrollton, KY

KY Pallisades

High Bridge

Dix River

Cumberland Falls

Green River

Nolin River

Barren River

Falls of Ohio

Kenlake 

Kenlake Marina

Four Rivers Area in Paducah 

Mississippi River

Ohio River 

Tennessee River

 

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