Join us for a great program on Hatchery Creek.
Hatchery Creek is located below Lake Cumberland immediately behind the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery. Many would not know from looking at it, but Hatchery Creek is a completely man-made stream that originates from the cold water outflow of the hatchery and flows over 6,000 feet before joining the Cumberland River. Stream flow is constant, running from between 25 cubic feet per second up to 35 cubic feet per second. Learn more about Hatchery Creek HERE.
Two experts that have extensive experience with building and monitoring Hatchery Creek will be our speakers. And by the way, they are brothers. Their program is designed to respond to questions in the recent NKFF survey about Hatchery Creek and to provide information that we haven’t thought about.
Jessie Boles is an Engineer with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, where he has worked since 2013. He is from Louisville, Kentucky, and received his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Louisville. He enjoys spending his time in the woods and on the water for work and pleasure.
Mitchell Boles is a Technician with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, where he has worked since 2016. He is from Louisville, Kentucky, and received his bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences from the University of Kentucky. He enjoys traveling, fly fishing, and all other outdoor activities.
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