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Volume 1 Number 4 - April 2006
Lake Hartwells reputation for stripers, hybrids and largemouth bass is well known, but some anglers take advantage of its super-size catfish.
Anglers can find a sporty fish that tastes as good as yellowfin in nearshore waters during April
April and May are the best times to catch trophy browns and rainbows at the Watauga River with a father-son guide team.
Rod Champion once worked in the insurance business that is until his love of trout fishing eventually forced him to submit.
Another mild winter and Aprils warming weather should trigger a feeding frenzy by specks that seem to be getting larger each season.
It might not be a rabbit out of a hat, but high numbers of bass out of Falls Lake is totally possible during the postspawn period.
There are certain times in bass fishing when all the world seems right. The spring spawn is one such time; the fall feeding frenzy is another.
An Atlantic Beach captain has tweaked a method to use kids kites in an unusual way that triggers spectacular - and more - tuna strikes.
If the sight of a yellowfin tuna jumping into the air in hot pursuit of a fleeing flying fish doesnt get a persons adrenaline pumping, a complete physical exam is a good idea.
Avid duck hunter Jeremy Poirier doesnt abandon wingshooting when waterfowl when waterfowl are off-limits.
When it comes to game birds, the wild turkey has no rival.
Pressured wild turkeys often are difficult to call within gun range. But remedies exist to get to the meat of the matter.
Hunkered down near of a Caswell County ridge one April morning last year and hidden by a pine lap that had fallen during an ice storm, the hunters senses were at high alert.
Crappie fishing is good througout the late winter and early spring months at this Yadkin chain favorite.
Fair-weather anglers mostly fish with remote controls when its cold, as is sometimes the case during early spring.
From pier, surf or boat, even novice anglers have a chance at trophy-size drum at the OBX this spring.
Spring hot spots for big 40-inch, 30-year-old red drum (channel bass) will be Portsmouth Island, Ocracoke Island, and southern Hatteras Island.
Nothings finer than bass fishing at Carolinas No. 1 largemouth destination.
A spring window of opportunity during late April and May offers Pleasure Island anglers terrific topwater action for big Spanish mackerel.
The day dawned with a slight chill, not unusual for southeastern North Carolina springtime.
Western NC anglers can get a fix on prespawn, smallmouths this month at the Northernmost impoundment of the Catawba river chain.
Daffodils on the hills and fresh leaves on the trees arent the only signs of spring. Giant smallmouth bass at Lake James are also harbingers.
From OBX ports, its a short hop to the Atlantics great oceanic river and delightful, delicious yellowfins and other deepwater denizens.
Its not exactly a scene that would be considered heroic by the stretch of any anglers imagination, but its one that will be forever burned in his or her mind.
Yellowfins prefer a lot of action in the water, and pulling a large bait spread to entice strikes is just the ticket for some expert captains.
Hung-up gobblers are so common in turkey hunting as to be cliches. Discover some experts tactics to draw them closer.
April is the month to tangle with tuna off the coast and blast some bass in the lakes.
Photo By Bass photo taken by: Chris Ginn
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