Volume 15 Number 8 - August 2008
Lake Norman is an oft-ignored venue for the challagne of hge catfish.
Little kids, big kids, even old guys like to catch catfish.
|Coronation in Green
Sarah Jo’s dedicated fishing family jumps to Frying Pan Tower and finds fired-up king mackerel.
The southeastern coast of North Carolina is a producer of super-sized kingfish as well as superior king mackerel fishermen. ...
|Gotta Fly for Spades
Spadefish provide a consistent, fun — and cheap — alternative to summer fishing doldrums.
In 1970 Lee Parsons kept seeing big striped, flat-sided fish at the wrecks and reefs off Wrightsville Beach. ...
|Let ‘em Eat Shrimp
The middle of summer doesn’t have to be dead for angling, not as long as anglers have live bait.
The tide had been slack when we neared the little section of bank where a pair of smaller creeks funneled out of the marsh and spilled into a larger creek. ...
Discover the lures top largemouth angelrs believe can turn an everyday fishing Joe into an aspiring bass pro.
Although the first plastic worms were made in the 1860s and the plastic worm was first patented in 1870, these early creations were lifeless and brittle and had little appeal to fish or anglers. ...
|The Next World-Record?
A veteran guide believes somewhere at Cedar Island swims an “old” red drum that will top 94 pounds.
The Cedar-Island-to-Ocracoke ferry was discharging a load of passengers late in the afternoon. The August heat was starting to dissipate in the slanting rays of the sun. ...
Stepping in it on purpose?
|Fish Like a Pro
Practicing to win is good idea
Avoid common planting mistakes
|Head for the Mountains
Summer time for largest trout
|High Tides and Tall Tails
Fish voodoo: the Zombie rig
Moser takes title at High Rock
Oxygen is key for August bass
GPS: Quest for the bullseye
|Sticks & Strings
Hunt food sources, not deer
Heller opens a welcome can of worms