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Expert tips will help trout fishermen

After decades of observing and studying, Lance Milks of Greensboro is an encyclopedia of trout knowledge.

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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Target Nantahala’s trout

In considering which North Carolina stream offers the best trout fishing on hatchery supported waters, guide Gene Shuler of Bryson City, N.C., doesn’t hesitate.

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May 02 at 11:46 am
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Far East import - North Carolina’s Far East trout-fishing import is taking hold

Learning to use a fly rod can be complicated and time-consuming, especially for younger anglers. But Lance Milks of Greensboro has important a Japanese technique for putting artificial flies in front fish that’s easy to master and a kid-friendly introduction to fishing.

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May 01 at 7:00 am
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Coastal bass dodged Hurricane Matthew’s bullet

Hurricane Matthew spared North Carolina’s coastal river fisheries last October, the first time that’s happened in 30 years after a monster storm.

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April 15 at 7:00 am
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Legislature considers expanding Sunday hunting to include public lands, waterfowl

State legislators have recently introduced bills in this session of the N.C. General Assembly that would remove some current restrictions on Sunday hunting and give legislators more input on hunting and fishing regulations.

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April 10 at 8:42 pm
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Run the rivers for bass - Take a look at bass fishing on some of North Carolina’s coastal rivers

During April, many North Carolina bass anglers’ favorite targets are farm ponds, city reservoirs or flood-control lakes.

But bass bonanzas within a few miles of anglers’ homes may be overlooked. Even better, they’re often unpressured and offer excellent action. Some of North Carolina’s best fishing is in rivers that drain the eastern half of the state, including the Roanoke, Neuse, Tar, Trent, White Oak, New, Cape Fear and Northeast Cape Fear.

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April 01 at 7:00 am
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Roanoke stripers running

If it’s April, dogwood blossoms in North Carolina must be “as big as a squirrel’s ear” and striped bass will migrate inland — or at least that’s what old-time Roanoke River anglers say.

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March 27 at 1:09 pm
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By the numbers, Falls of Neuse is NC’s top lake for largemouth bass

Bass fishing often is a numbers game. By one analysis, Falls of the Neuse Lake may be North Carolina’s best bass lake.

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March 15 at 8:00 am
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