Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Update - July 15, 2022

KDFWR - 7-15-22 update

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife in the news

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Officers at dunking booth

At a community event on June 26 in Frankfort, attendees had an opportunity to dunk their local conservation officer. Conservation Officers Sgt. Josh Robinson (left), Matt Hartley (center) and James Brace (right) represented the 6th Law Enforcement District.

2022-23 Fall Hunting/Trapping Guide cover

Video: Kentucky Afield TV goes walleye fishing with WAVE news anchor

Kentucky Afield walleye fishing with John Boel

For a recent Kentucky Afield TV segment, host Chad Miles met up with WAVE news anchor and troubleshooter investigative reporter John Boel for walleye fishing at night on the Green River.

To view the segment and others, along with full episodes, visit the Kentucky Afield TV YouTube channel or click on the image above.

1st District town hall scheduled Sunday

1st District Town Hall

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources staff will join Dr. Robin Floyd, the 1st District representative on the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission, and a National Wild Turkey Federation representative for a town hall meeting at 4 p.m. (CDT) on Sunday at The Grove in Murray.

Event details are provided in the poster above.

Staff Spotlight - Alex Kidd, Law Enforcement

In the "Staff Spotlight" this week is Conservation Officer Alex Kidd.

Fun fact about Alex: A father of two, he enjoys hunting, fishing, kayaking and getting his family and friends involved in the outdoors.

“Staff Spotlight” introduces you to the variety of our employees and the breadth of their expertise, as well as the diversity of jobs, programs and initiatives of the department.

To learn more about current employment opportunities with Kentucky Fish and Wildlife, please visit