Kentucky Outfitters & Guides
Hire Kentucky fishing guides and hunting experts
If you’re a sportsman visiting Kentucky, you might want to enlist the guidance of Kentucky fishing guides, hunting professionals and local outfitters. These professional Kentucky outfitters can help you hunt big game, catch a trophy fish, explore the vast and beautiful back country of KY or provide equipment to help you enjoy your vacation in the outdoors. You can also find horse stables for trail excursions or kayak and canoe outfitters for float trips on the river. Sportsmen interested in Kentucky hunting and fishing can use the search to choose the perfect Kentucky hunting outfitters or fishing guides for outdoor adventures! Whether you’re hunting whitetail or turkey, these premier guides know the local habitat and can help guide you on more successful hunts.
Use the listings below to find and read about Kentucky hunting outfitters, fishing guides or canoe and kayak rental services, then plan the perfect Kentucky hunting and fishing adventures and outdoor activities!
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Cumberland River, Lake Cumberland & Dale Hollow Lake, Guide service for trout, stripers & smallmouth bass
Equine campground with 60 sites, access to 100 miles of trails in Daniel Boone National Forest, guides available
Canoe & Kayak Outfitter in Red River Gorge operating on Red River and Mill Creek Lake, guided & unguided shuttle services, retail boat sales, rental cabin, camping, fishing eq...
7 section zip line, 2-3 hours
5 line canopy zip-line tours, Off Road Tours, canoe rentals, lodge and cabin rentals, fishing available on property
Guided climbing & rappelling, canoe trips in the red river gorge, cabins, easy access to popular trails throughout Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge area
Full service outfitter with boats, safety equipment, apparel, boat repair, and American Canoe Association certificatied instruction
Deer & turkey, lodge, 5000 private acres
2-2.5 hour guided rides in morning and evenings, no riding experience necessary, seasons range from August-December and March-May, or by special request
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