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Venison empanadas

As we approach the holidays, family gatherings, holiday dinners and all sorts of things involving food will arise, to which many sportsmen will generously share their fish and game. I enjoy this, but I suggest that you label any game or fish dish taken as such. 

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December 08 at 9:00 am
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Southport crew lands 92-inch bluefin one mile off beach

Capt. Joe Seegers was just offshore of the East Beach of Bald Head Island on Dec. 3, when a 92-inch bluefin tuna grabbed a bait and headed offshore. He was trolling the Hooked Up and crew to the spot of last year's encounter with a 900-pounder when he noticed a flock of birds closer to the beach and turned towards them.

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December 07 at 10:08 pm
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Occoneechee Hunting Lodge

Occoneechee Hunting Lodge is near Jackson, N.C., in Northampton County, N.C., just a few miles east of I-95, which makes it very accessible by road. The property also has a grass airstrip near the lodge.

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November 15 at 6:00 am
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Cherokee Run Hunting Lodge

Cherokee Run Hunting Lodge is in Chesterfield County, S.C., near the town of Chesterfield, in a triangle bounded by I-95, I-77 and I-85. The lodge encompasses almost 3,500 acres on 15 different properties across the county. Most are in the Great Pee Dee River basin, none on the river but many on creeks that feed it. Some properties are mixture of pine plantations and hardwood forests that border swamps.

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November 15 at 6:00 am
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John Mallette’s grouper rig

John Mallette said most fishermen don’t think of it this way, but his grouper rig begins 30 feet above the hook. He likes to fish using 80-pound superbraid, but he adds a 30-foot topshot of 130-pound monofilament for the end of the line for abrasion resistance. 

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November 15 at 6:00 am
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Changes may be coming in the snapper/grouper fishery

Dr. Michelle Duval of the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries, chair of the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council, anticipates a few changes to how the snapper/grouper fishery is managed after fishermen brought up some issues during the SAFMC’s Visioning Project last year.

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November 15 at 6:00 am
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Skewerless wahoo kabobs

The fall of 2017 has presented a few challenges for fishermen in the Carolinas, but fishing has been good when the weather has allowed. Uninvited visitors Irma, Jose and Maria, plus some fronts rolling off other tropical systems, made the waters rough at times, but fishermen are persistent and made trips when possible.

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November 08 at 9:00 am
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Get more buck for your bang -- How to manage for big bucks and full freezers at the same time

The young buck slipped out of the woods and leisurely walked across yards of open field to begin its relaxed, late-afternoon snack of corn. Several times, he raised his head from the corn pile to look around, but it was all unhurried, relaxed and lacking the caution of a mature buck.

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November 01 at 7:00 am
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