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Special restrictions govern buoy area

Anglers fishing Lake Thom-A-Lex must observe the restrictions on fishing within the buoyed off area of 100 acres near the water-source intake structure on the lower end of the lake. The use of gas-powered engines is prohibited within the area, which is †designated by eight buoys. Fishermen may fish the area with electric trolling motors.

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September 15 at 7:00 am
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Little lake, big bass - Little municipal lake has answers for North Carolina bass anglers

For years, Lexington’s Chris Brown traveled 45 minutes or more to big, well-known lakes, including High Rock, Badin and Norman, to fish for largemouth bass, all the while bypassing a small body of water teeming with bass almost in his own back yard.

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September 01 at 7:00 am
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Blewett Falls Lake cats get rolling in lower main-lake area

A strange thing happens this month in the Pee Dee River below Blewett Falls Lake and at the lake itself, according to guide Robbie Burr of Pee Dee Fishing Adventures.

“September is by far the worst month for catfishing in the river, yet the fishing for flatheads is pretty good at the lake,” said Burr. “I can’t explain why.”

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August 30 at 9:07 am
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High Rock Lake producing nice stripers this month

Guides Jerry Hill and Maynard Edwards agree that September is a tough month for stripers everywhere, with fish transitioning from summer to early fall patterns, but with a little persistence, some quality fish can be caught from High Rock Lake.

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August 29 at 4:15 pm
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Current = catches

Guide Tim Biesecker said that Roanoke Rapids Lake fishes more like a river system than a lake, and fishermen who understand the difference are a good bit of the way toward successful trips, especially in August.

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July 29 at 4:19 pm
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Randleman is rocking

Randleman Lake, a 3,007-acre reservoir on the Deep River between Guilford and Randleman counties, has lived up to its promise as a stellar bass factory since its opening March 2010. In 2007, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission stocked the lake with 150,000 bass fingerlings, enhancing its potential. Today, the lake is chock-full of 3- to 5-pound bass.

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July 29 at 4:07 pm
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Cats roll the Rock

According to Maynard Edwards of Yadkin Lakes Guide Service, targeting catfish is a phenomenal and widely overlooked way to spend a summer day on High Rock Lake.

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June 28 at 3:45 pm
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Summer stirs up Lake Normanís cats

Guide Gus Gustafson of Lake Norman Ventures said fishing for blue, flathead and channel cats heats up in July at Lake Norman.

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June 28 at 3:12 pm
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