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The big chill didn’t kill the trout thrill

This past January, fisheries biologists and anglers knew bad news was on the horizon for spotted seatrout.

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June 15 at 7:00 am
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A cleaner New River means better fishing

The New River, which courses through Onslow County along North Carolina’s central coast, is considered the state’s best venue to catch a magnum-size spotted seatrout.

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June 15 at 7:00 am
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Gator getting’ time

Like Shearon Harris Lake and its magnum-size largemouth bass, the New River in Onslow County continues to hold the top rating as North Carolina’s mecca for “gator” spotted seatrout.

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June 01 at 7:00 am
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NC turkey hunter bags 4-bearded Person County trophy

Magicians make a habit of pulling rabbits out of hats, but southeastern Caswell County’s Tim Warren figuratively yanked one of North Carolina’s all-time gobblers out of a hat on May 2. Then he literally did it again seconds later — after the bird had flown away.

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May 07 at 2:44 pm
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Cape Lookout cobia set for a May arrival in nearshore waters

For anglers who want to catch potentially huge, tenacious, great-tasting saltwater fish in nearshore waters along North Carolina’s central coast, cobias fill the bill, especially in May.

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April 26 at 10:19 am
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NC hunter drops two gobblers with one shot in Upstate SC

Jason Snead of Manteo did something few wild turkey hunters have duplicated with odds close to one in a half-million.

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April 02 at 1:28 pm
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Mining RDU’s ‘Golden Triangle’

Fishermen having trouble choosing a month to target largemouth bass on the three lakes around the Raleigh-Durham area can get answers from two groups — serious anglers or biologists with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission — and they can take those recommendations to the bank(s).

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April 01 at 7:00 am
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Speak Spanish along NC Coast

April might have been the “cruellest” (sic) month for T.S. Elliott, a depressed, distressed poet when he penned The Waste Land, apparently because he didn’t enjoy winter’s disappearance and the rebirth of spring.

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March 23 at 2:06 pm
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