North Carolina Sportsman's Pros Pointers


Punch drunk? Yep. Donít hit me again

Dan Kibler
Dan Kibler is managing editor of South Carolina Sportsman magazne. He has been writing about outdoors topics since 1985.
February 01 at 7:00 am

Greener Pastures

Start scouting right now for next deer season

Jeff Burleson
Jeff Burleson is a native of Lumberton, N.C., who lives in Myrtle Beach, S.C. He graduated from North Carolina State University with a degree in fisheries and wildlife sciences, and is a biologist and registered professional forester in North and South Carolina for Brigman Company.
6 hours ago

Head for the Mountains

Donít you dare delay - Delayed-harvest is a winter anglerís dream

Robert Satterwhite
Bob Satterwhite has been writing about the outdoors, particularly trout fishing, for more than 25 years. A native of Morganton, he lives in Cullowhee close to the Tuckasegee River, Caney Fork, Moses Creek and several other prime trout streams.
January 12 at 9:00 am

High Tides and Tall Tails

Be careful on winter fishing trips

Jerry Dilsaver
Jerry Dislaver is a freelance writer and columnist for North Carolina Sportsman magazine, as well as a former national king mackerel champion fisherman.
February 05 at 9:00 am

Know Fishing

Take advantage of the bass bite

Dustin Wilks
Dustin Wilks is a professional bass fisherman from Rocky Mount. He has fished professionally since 1999, and currently competes on the Bassmaster Elite Series. Wilks has qualified for five Bassmaster Classics, and is sposored by Culprit, Daiwa, OutKast Jigs, Costa Del Mar, RJA Cutom Crankbaits, Skeeter, Yamaha and Keelshield.
January 15 at 9:00 am

Lunker Lines

Double up in December bass

David Fritts
David Fritts is a pro bass fisherman from Lexington. He won the 1993 Bassmaster Classic and the 1997 FLW Tour Championship. He also won the 1994 B.A.S.S. Angler of the Year title.
December 15, 2015 at 9:00 am

Lure Review

Mister Twister BUZZ Bug

Don Shoopman
Don Shoopman fishes for freshwater and saltwater species mostly in and around the Atchafalaya Basin and Vermilion Bay. He moved to the Sportsmanís Paradise in 1976, and he and his wife June live in New Iberia. They have two grown sons.
January 22 at 9:00 am

Marine Electronics

New Garmin combo units CHIRP and draw their own maps

Allan Tarvid
Allan Tarvid has been writing about recreational and commercial marine electronics since the 1970s covering everything from running lights to computer integrated vessel management systems.
January 19 at 9:00 am