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North Carolina dove hunters can take to the fields this year the morning of Sept. 5, the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. Dove season will open Saturday of Labor Day weekend as NCWRC sets seasons
3091 Views - Posted: July 17 at 4:53 pm

Dove hunters will open the 2015 season on a Saturday for the first time in several years after the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission announced season dates for dove and other webless migratory game birds, as well as September seasons for Canada geese and teal.


Gov. Pat McCrory has signed into law a bill allowing Sunday hunting with guns on private land -- with certain restrictions. Governor signs Sunday hunting bill into law
6683 Views - Posted: July 09 at 4:07 pm

North Carolina’s long-standing ban on Sunday hunting with guns ended on Wednesday when Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law HB 640, “The Outdoor Heritage Act”, which will take effect Oct. 1.


Southern flounder is a species of Several saltwater species get upgrades in latest stock-status report
1670 Views - Posted: July 07 at 7:46 am

The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries upgraded the status of a handful of popular saltwater species in its annual stock status report released last week.


Duck numbers in the Carolinas should be almost identical to last season, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's annual spring waterfowl breeding survey. Duck numbers remain good, according to USFWS waterfowl survey
522 Views - Posted: July 06 at 7:54 am

Waterfowl hunters in the Carolinas can expect to see roughly the same number of ducks this coming season as they have in the past several, as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s annual report on the breeding duck population shows numbers slightly above 2014 levels.


Two North Carolina lakes are in Bassmaster's Top 100 list for the 2015. Two North Carolina lakes are in Bassmaster's Top 100 for 2015
1266 Views - Posted: July 02 at 5:26 pm

Two lakes in North Carolina have been ranked in the top 100 bass fisheries in the country according to Bassmaster magazine.


TORQ VLE TORQ VLE
59 Views - Posted: July 01 at 7:00 am

The TORQ VLE off-road electric vehicle is built for silence, safety and performance. The TORQ is perfect for scouting deer and turkey, checking trail cams and getting you to and from your favorite stand. Boasting the industry’s lightest weight and a 30+ mph top speed, the TORQ combines U.S.-made EV and MicroSprint Racing components with a custom tubular steel frame to create an electric vehicle like no other. A full-coverage roll cage with fixed side bars and a 4-point safety harness provide riders with peace of mind.


BlueSteel BlueSteel
69 Views - Posted: July 01 at 7:00 am

Rio’s BlueSteel Game Loads pack the lethal, non-toxic punch needed for those tough waterfowling conditions. High velocities, perfectly spherical steel shot and multiple shot sizes give you the killing power you need under adverse hunting conditions. Available in 12 and 20 Gauge and in blisteringly fast speeds up to 1550 fps, BlueSteel Game Loads provide great patterns and superb knock down power in environmentally-safe conditions.


Shimano Citica I series Shimano Citica I series
188 Views - Posted: July 01 at 7:00 am

The new Citica I series reels from Shimano feature the toughness provided by a rigid, impact resistant Hagane body, so that angler strength is transformed into cranking power. Shimano’s SVS Infinity braking system provides easy-to-manage centrifugal brake performance for precision casting adjustments and their X-Ship technology delivers smooth retrieves. Long casts can also be achieved with Shimano’s S3D spool for balance and reduced vibration. All four reels weigh in at 7.4-ounces, and will handle from 190 yards of 30-pound test to 80 yards of 65-pound test PowerPro braid.


Bagley Knocker B Bagley Knocker B
61 Views - Posted: July 01 at 7:00 am

Bagley’s new Knocker B is an extremely effective and easy to use top-water bait that is fun to work for all species of freshwater fish. It has a large BB positioned in the rear section of the lure that produces a loud knocking as the bait is worked across the water’s surface. The Knocker B also comes with super sharp black nickel VMC treble hooks, with the rear treble even boasting a white feather for added enticement to any big bass. The Knocker B is available in sizes of 3/8-ounce (3 inches) or -ounce (4 inches).


All Star ASNano Rods All Star ASNano Rods
61 Views - Posted: July 01 at 7:00 am

The new ASNano family of rods were created by All Star to be among the strongest, technique-specific rods on the market. They feature Nano Resin technology that increases break strength and the latest in Fuji design which provides added strength and weight reduction. The exposed Fuji ACS and VSS reels seats contribute dependability and allow direct contact with the blank. Helping you feel the most subtle bites.


Plano Marine Trunks Plano Marine Trunks
86 Views - Posted: July 01 at 7:00 am

Plano’s new Marine Trunks help anglers stay organized so they can focus on catching fish. These trunks were designed to take a beating from the water, salt and sun and can withstand the rigors of real-world use. They feature an O-ring seal to ensure contents stay dry and out of the elements. Buckles and molded ports also make securing your trunks easy with standard tie-down straps and padlocks. Plano Marine Trunks are available in three introductory sizes – 56-Quart Model 161, 68-Quart Model 171 and super-sized 108-Quart Model 191 – and are marine gray and blue.


Sunday hunting with firearms on private land could be a reality of Gov. Pat McCrory signs a bill passed Wednesday by the N.C. Senate and last week by the N.C. House. N.C. Senate sends Sunday hunting bill to McCrory for his signature
1568 Views - Posted: June 25 at 1:43 pm

Gov. Pat McCrory’s signature is all that stands between a huge expansion of Sunday hunting opportunities for North Carolina hunters. On Wednesday, the N.C. Senate passed by a 33-15 vote a compromise bill passed last week by the N.C. House.


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