Tim Dunham of Cynthiana, left, and Matt Schaefer of Lexington headed out to fish on Beaver Lake Saturday. Specially designed fishing kayaks can be purchased for as little as $500, much cheaper than a bass boat.
Tim Dunham of Cynthiana, left, and Matt Schaefer of Lexington headed out to fish on Beaver Lake Saturday. Specially designed fishing kayaks can be purchased for as little as $500, much cheaper than a bass boat. Mark Ashley
Tim Dunham of Cynthiana, left, and Matt Schaefer of Lexington headed out to fish on Beaver Lake Saturday. Specially designed fishing kayaks can be purchased for as little as $500, much cheaper than a bass boat. Mark Ashley

Kayak fishing gains popularity in Kentucky

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