Elkhorn Creek Float/Wade Trip

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Date(s) - 07/08/2022 - 07/09/2022
All Day



Approximate Trip Cost $120 if staying over Friday night – Gas & Food if just day-tripping NO DEPOSIT to register.   Coordinator – M Arnold/J Cruse

  • Drive down Friday early and float or wade and fish until about dinner. Those who drive down after work can just meet us at Jim’s Seafood (950 Wilkinson Blvd #2025, Frankfort, KY 40601 – straight down US-127 to just before you get into Frankfort) for dinner. Then we’ll go back to the stream and fish the evening hatches at Forks-of Elkhorn or Knight’s Bridge till sunset then head to the Bluegrass Inn in Frankfort ($77 a night for 2 bed room) – let us know you plan to stay and we’ll setup the rooms.
  • Get up early and have breakfast at the motel (included) – check out
  • Head to whatever part of the stream you plan to wade or float – maps provided in the trip plan
  • Fish till noon-ish – break for lunch and a streamside nap – waiting for the evening hatches – fish till dusk and then head home
  • or head for home after lunch
Please note, your reservation is not complete, and your spot is not confirmed until the required trip deposit or meeting registration fee (if any) is paid in full.

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  • Randy Arrowood
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