David Keith of Middletown, Ohio, along with his dog Ziggy, fished at Lee's Ford Resort Marina, off West Ky. 80 in Nancy. The marina is on Lake Cumberland, which is expecting big crowds this year since water levels have increased after dam repairs.
David Keith of Middletown, Ohio, along with his dog Ziggy, fished at Lee's Ford Resort Marina, off West Ky. 80 in Nancy. The marina is on Lake Cumberland, which is expecting big crowds this year since water levels have increased after dam repairs.
David Keith of Middletown, Ohio, along with his dog Ziggy, fished at Lee's Ford Resort Marina, off West Ky. 80 in Nancy. The marina is on Lake Cumberland, which is expecting big crowds this year since water levels have increased after dam repairs.

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