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March can be a slow month or saltwater fishing. Big lakes are a long drive from home. What's an angler to do? Fish the Cape Fear River for black crappie, of course!Cape Fear’s Black Crappie Bonanza Other Freshwater

Cape Fear's Black Crappie Bonanza

October 04, 2010

March can be a slow month or saltwater fishing. Big lakes are a long drive from home. What's...

It was a relatively short trip to deer-hunting fame for Buddie Atkins - and a long, winding one for Rusty Moore. But they're both in the record books now!Two Monster North Carolina Bucks Hunting

Two Monster North Carolina Bucks

October 04, 2010

It was a relatively short trip to deer-hunting fame for Buddie Atkins - and a long, winding...

The French Broad River itself may not be the top trout destination in the state, but many of this river's tributaries are.Get the Jump on French Broad Trout Other Freshwater

Get the Jump on French Broad Trout

October 04, 2010

The French Broad River itself may not be the top trout destination in the state, but many of...

Whether you are a novice or an experienced angler, with or without a boat, there are myriad opportunities for Tar Heel angling families.Best-Bet Carolina Family Fishing Trips Other Freshwater

Best-Bet Carolina Family Fishing Trips

October 04, 2010

Whether you are a novice or an experienced angler, with or without a boat, there are myriad...

Looking for something to catch that's big, tough, easy to find and fun? Make sharks part of your game plan for North Carolina waters. (July 2006)Carolina Sharks! Saltwater

Carolina Sharks!

Mike Marsh - October 04, 2010

Looking for something to catch that's big, tough, easy to find and fun? Make sharks part of...

Last season, Roanoke Rapids native Brent Mabrey killed the biggest buck ever taken in North Carolina with a bow. Here's the story behind this great buck. (July 2006)North Carolina's New Record Archery Buck Hunting

North Carolina's New Record Archery Buck

October 04, 2010

Last season, Roanoke Rapids native Brent Mabrey killed the biggest buck ever taken in North...

The Cape Fear's enormous drainage area near the Atlantic Ocean has millions of holes and logjams -- the perfect homes for several species of catfish. (August 2006)Cape Fear's Summer Catfish -- Get 'em Now! Catfish

Cape Fear's Summer Catfish -- Get 'em Now!

October 04, 2010

The Cape Fear's enormous drainage area near the Atlantic Ocean has millions of holes and...

Goose Creek Game Land is one of the most popular public waterfowl hunting areas in the state, and it's about to get even better. (Nov 2006)Carolina's Waterfowl Central Hunting

Carolina's Waterfowl Central

October 04, 2010

Goose Creek Game Land is one of the most popular public waterfowl hunting areas in the state,...

Draw hunts on public land offer inexpensive hunts that are less crowded than open public-land hunts. But how do managers decide on how many hunts and how many hunters to have? (December 2006)Managing Public-Land Deer Hunts Hunting

Managing Public-Land Deer Hunts

October 04, 2010

Draw hunts on public land offer inexpensive hunts that are less crowded than open public-land...

Let's have a look at the status of our most popular saltwater game fish and the prospects for anglers this coming season. (March 2007)North Carolina's Saltwater Forecast Saltwater

North Carolina's Saltwater Forecast

October 04, 2010

Let's have a look at the status of our most popular saltwater game fish and the prospects for...

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