Kentucky Angling Adds Managing Editor, Expands News

    ASHLAND – June 17, 2011– is undergoing a transformation, expanding both its staff and editorial mission.

    This week, founder Chris Erwin unveiled the online news magazine’s redesigned Web site at and announced the addition of new partner and managing editor Carrie Stambaugh.

    A writer and photographer, Carrie Stambaugh is a former award-winning local newspaper reporter and an experienced hiker, canoeist and burgeoning angler.

    With Stambaugh onboard, has begun offering a broader range of news, feature stories and information for outdoorsmen. Look for updates on local hiking trails, paddling sports and other outdoor adventure options in the coming weeks and months.

    Erwin said will remain dedicated to providing up-to-date fishing conditions on 28 Kentucky lakes and rivers in addition to tournament results, wildlife and hunting news on both its magazine page and popular forum page. The magazine’s mission is simple, according to Erwin, “We want to make you a better fisherman, along with giving you the most up to date information about what Kentucky and surrounding states has to offer the outdoorsman.” was founded in 2002 by Erwin, an experienced tournament fisherman and Cave Run guide. The site has since become a popular destination for local and out-of-area fisherman to get the latest fishing conditions, find new destinations or pick up a few secrets to help hook the big one. The site averages more than 30,000 views a month. is a proud member of the Kentucky Outdoor Press Association. Erwin is the organization’s secretary and Stambaugh is its newest member.


    Chris Erwin, Publisher/Editor or 606-922-7680

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