The closest spot to you is probably Boonesborough State Park. Just fish right on the sand beach and cast into the current. I have seen some nice cats come out of there as well as quite a few buffalo. In my experience you need a three way rig with some heavy weight. There are so many snags in the channel that, if your line rolls downstream, you're snagged. I have also heard of some people parking near Halls and fishing the creek there as it empties into the river. I, however, would guess that it is private property, and I don't want to get you in trouble. Good luck and let us know how you do.
Hey ive never been that place but I have fished the Kentucky river torwards the Kentucky and Lake Barkley waters, when I was there I fished the Dam part, I had most of my luck seemed like on skip jack heads.
It will depend on the current . The beach side is were the old lock is the other side is the flow side (lock is permanently closed ) . If your using cut bait ,crawlers , an ounce maybe 2 but we are getting rain .
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