This is a company in Indiana, but I imagine a good bit of it translates to Kentucky. The "Our Services" and "Resources" sections had good info from what I scanned quickly:
This is a good idea. Don't know if KY does this too:
"As Anderson researched trespassing laws in other states, he found that North Dakota currently has a trial of a new database on the Fish and Game website. On the site, landowners...
I would say that's true just based on statistics. I would also guess there are more than 10x as many deer hunters as coon hunters in the woods, so in reality, the % of deer hunters who trespass vs coon hunters is probably lower.
The leaves can really throw you off. I can't count the number of times I thought a herd of elephants was walking behind me, and it turned out to be one chipmunk making all the racket moving through the leaves.
"Russia will soon deploy an underwater nuclear-powered drone which will make the whole multi-billion dollar system of US missile defense useless," MK.ru said, according to a BBC translation...
Years ago, my father, brothers and I hunted with some friends from church. One of them was a kid about 5 years younger than me. My dad, brothers and I used .270s, .243, and a .25-06, all bolt-actions. The guys we hunted with used semi-auto .30-06s with hand loads of 165 grains, IIRC. Always...