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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

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...

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

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....

Not all summer largemouths spend all their time in deep water. On certain lakes, the feeding fish head for the shade of docks. (August 2007)Fish The Docks For Carolina Largemouths

Fish The Docks For Carolina Largemouths

Tony Garitta - October 04, 2010

Not all summer largemouths spend all their time in deep water. On certain lakes, the feeding...

North Carolina's favorite freshwater fish is the largemouth bass. Here's a look at how 2007 should shape up on some of the best bass fisheries in the state. (February 2007)North Carolina's 2007 Largemouth Outlook

North Carolina's 2007 Largemouth Outlook

October 04, 2010

North Carolina's favorite freshwater fish is the largemouth bass. Here's a look at how 2007...

Two guides tell their secrets for catching bass on High Rock and Falls of the Neuse lakes in May. (May 2007)Expert Patterns For Falls And High Rock Bass

Expert Patterns For Falls And High Rock Bass

October 04, 2010

Two guides tell their secrets for catching bass on High Rock and Falls of the Neuse lakes in...

Three expert bass fishermen here in North Carolina reveal their favorite cold-weather hotspots. (January 2007)3 Hotspots For Carolina Winter Black Bass

3 Hotspots For Carolina Winter Black Bass

October 04, 2010

Three expert bass fishermen here in North Carolina reveal their favorite cold-weather...

April means warmer water, submerged primrose, shallow bass and full livewells at Shearon Harris. Get in on the action now! (April 2007)Shearon Harris: Carolina’s Best Bassin’

Shearon Harris: Carolina's Best Bassin'

October 04, 2010

April means warmer water, submerged primrose, shallow bass and full livewells at Shearon...

Over the past few years, North Carolina's largemouth waters have seen severe drought followed by major flooding. We asked the experts how these events have affected the bass populations.Droughts & Floods: What They Mean to Our Bass

Droughts & Floods: What They Mean to Our Bass

October 04, 2010

Over the past few years, North Carolina's largemouth waters have seen severe drought followed...

The largemouth bass in the Yadkin chain of lakes appear to be bouncing back from low-water years. Here's what biologists and anglers have to say about the fishing.The Yadkin River Lakes’ Bounce-Back Bass

The Yadkin River Lakes' Bounce-Back Bass

Tony Garrita - October 04, 2010

The largemouth bass in the Yadkin chain of lakes appear to be bouncing back from low-water...

Anglers who drive by Lake Rhodhiss and the Tar River Reservoir to fish bigger water are forgetting that good things sometimes come in small packages.Two Overlooked Carolina Bass Lakes

Two Overlooked Carolina Bass Lakes

October 04, 2010

Anglers who drive by Lake Rhodhiss and the Tar River Reservoir to fish bigger water are...

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