New Hunting & Fishing Regulations Proposed In Kentucky

A Fly Fisherman casts for trout.

(Frankfort, KY) - The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission is proposing new regulations ahead of its next meeting in September. 

The regulations would make it more convenient for people to get their hunter education certification.

The commission also proposed setting elk permit quotas for the 2020-2021 season and adopting fishing regulations for newly introduced cutthroat trout. 

The commission is recommending allowing people to complete their training through a free online only course rather than having to go to a firing range for training.

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