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Statlers Run in Grant County in Kentucky

The Statlers Run is located in Grant County in the State of Kentucky. The Statlers Run is located at the latitude and longitude coordinates of 38.6986768 and -84.752725 at an elevation of 170 feet. The topological map of Statlers Run is drawn on and part of the United States Geological Service (USGS) area map of Glencoe. Fishing enthusiasts interested in fishing near Statlers Run should print out the Topo map and take it with them on their fishing trip. Always contact the local Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for more detailed information and to learn about the regulations for fishing in the area. Fishermen and Fisherwomen should also submit a comment or report on Statlers Run to help out their fellow anglers.

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Water Name: Statlers Run
Feature Type: Stream
County: Grant
Area: Glencoe
State: Kentucky
Elevation: 170
Longitude: -84.752725
Latitude: 38.6986768

An amazing stream for brown trout as well as rainbow trout. Being on the water here is an great time with a friend or by yourself. The fishing weather has been great all fall long. (bhlures)

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