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When most fisheries in the state are winding down, trophy blue cats are still biting. (December 2007)North Carolina's Big Winter Blue Cats Catfish

North Carolina's Big Winter Blue Cats

Tony Garitta - October 04, 2010

When most fisheries in the state are winding down, trophy blue cats are still biting....

Here's a guide to what are likely to be some of the best crappie-fishing destinations across the state this season. (January 2008)North Carolina's Crappie Forecast For 2008 Other Freshwater

North Carolina's Crappie Forecast For 2008

October 04, 2010

Here's a guide to what are likely to be some of the best crappie-fishing destinations across...

The weather may be cold, but the linesider action on these three North Carolina lakes is red hot. (January 2008)Expert Tips For 3 Top Carolina Striper Lakes Other Freshwater

Expert Tips For 3 Top Carolina Striper Lakes

October 04, 2010

The weather may be cold, but the linesider action on these three North Carolina lakes is red...

No matter what part of North Carolina you live in, there's some good bass fishing near you. Here's a look at some of the best public waters in the state.(February 2008).North Carolina’s 2008 Bass Forecast Bass

North Carolina's 2008 Bass Forecast

October 04, 2010

No matter what part of North Carolina you live in, there's some good bass fishing near you....

With fishing spots from the ocean to the mountains, there's some great angling year ‘round in North Carolina. Here are some ideas for your fishing in 2008. (February 2008).36 Great Fishing Trips In North Carolina Other Freshwater

36 Great Fishing Trips In North Carolina

October 04, 2010

With fishing spots from the ocean to the mountains, there's some great angling year...

Start planning your saltwater trips now for the upcoming spring and summer fisheries. Here's a look at the prospects for some of our favorite inshore species. (March 2008).North Carolina’s Saltwater Outlook Saltwater

North Carolina's Saltwater Outlook

October 04, 2010

Start planning your saltwater trips now for the upcoming spring and summer fisheries. Here's a...

Want to catch a 6-pound or better bass? Few places in the state give you a better chance right now than Falls and Jordan lakes. (April 2008)Your Guide To April Bassin' At Falls & Jordan Bass

Your Guide To April Bassin' At Falls & Jordan

Tony Garitta - October 04, 2010

Want to catch a 6-pound or better bass? Few places in the state give you a better chance right...

As the seawater warms up, many of the world's top game fish move into the coastal waters of North Carolina. Here's the lowdown on some of the most popular fish and how to find them.Saltwater Best Bets: 5 Favorite Carolina Fish Saltwater

Saltwater Best Bets: 5 Favorite Carolina Fish

October 04, 2010

As the seawater warms up, many of the world's top game fish move into the coastal waters of...

As the weather heats up, so does the striper action on these two Carolina lakes. Veteran guide Mike Lundy shows us where the action is. (July 2008)2 Summer Striper Lakes In North Carolina Bass

2 Summer Striper Lakes In North Carolina

October 04, 2010

As the weather heats up, so does the striper action on these two Carolina lakes. Veteran guide...

Red drum numbers have increased over the last 10 years in North Carolina, and more anglers are discovering the excitement of catching reds on topwater lures.August: Tops For Carolina's Topwater Redfish Saltwater

August: Tops For Carolina's Topwater Redfish

October 04, 2010

Red drum numbers have increased over the last 10 years in North Carolina, and more anglers are...

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