Volume 15 Number 2 - February 2008
|Cold Slab Trolling
Take a tip from a pro, and set up a spider-rigged boat to catch crappie at Jordan Lake.
While the weather outside may be the coldest of the year, crappie anglers can enjoy some of the year’s hottest action at Jordan Lake.
Writers use many clichés to describe February’s wintry conditions, including references to a well ...
|Crystal Clear Persuasion
During February, nearshore waters at Swansboro become gin clear, and sight-casting to red drum draws crowds.
There was a raw-edged chill in the air, cutting to the cheekbones as Capt. Jeff Cronk steered his 21-foot Triton center-console out boat to sea through Bogue Inlet.
For a couple of reasons Cronk had left Dudley’s Marina dock well ...
Wild pigs, which have become a nemesis for terrain and wild game, offer an additional challenge to N.C. hunters.
When Hurricane Floyd hit the southeastern coastline and veered north along the East coast Sept. 14-18, 1999, it inflicting its greatest damage in eastern North Carolina.
Floyd produced more human misery and destructive environmental ...
|Small Waters, Big Fish
Greensboro’s trio of city lakes offer bass fishing that often rivals or surpasses N.C.’s larger impoundments.
When fishermen think of big bass, they often focus upon large lakes and will drive hundreds of miles to cast lures into sprawling impoundments often besieged by other anglers.
In many instances, they overlook lunker largemouths that ...
|Sneak Out for Gray Trout
Calm winter days with a warming sun can produce big catches of weakfish.
Even in the dead of winter, there can be some lively “gray” days for fishing at North Carolina’s southeastern coast.
The sun smiles, melting the clouds and fills the air with warmth. The wind gods even seem to take a break, making ...
Three fishing techniques aid anglers in catching yellowfin, blackfin and bigeye when the season cranks up this month.
Mention tuna to anglers, and it might bring mental images of a small section of boiling ocean as yellowfins feed relentlessly.
For some it evokes memories of aching backs and sore muscles; for others the vision is a lightly-seared ...
Preserves not only extend waterfowl season, offer opportunities for kids to hunt and training for dogs but have saved family farms.
Wayne McDowell sloshed through shin-deep water while behind him trailed a dozen mallard decoys tied to monofilament lines, banging together like plastic drums. With one eye on the sky, he placed the decoys with serious intent while watching for ...
| You won't believe your eyes when you see what's waiting just outside of Bogue Inlet.
Photo By Photo by Mike Marsh
MFC has ‘business as usual’ approach
|Fish Like a Pro
When less can be more for bass
|Head for the Mountains
Cherokee bolsters trout program
|High Tides and Tall Tails
Gentlemen, choose your anchor
Adams, Giles are BFL co-anglers
Use a s-l-o-w approach this month
First electronics rule: Do no harm
You don’t lose gun rights in traffic stop