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written by Jim Wilson
Lake Phelps offers opportunities galore to pursue largemouth bass with a fly rod.
written by Bruce Ingram
Are some gobblers more interested in food than females
late in the season?
Take a look at the rules, the dates and the categories for the 11th Annual Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition. The contest begins soon, and your photo could be a winner.
written by Mike Zlotnicki | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Kelly Barefoot designs and produces lures that catch ﬁsh as well as ﬁshermen.
written and photographed by Todd Pusser
All across North Carolina, animals may be seen gathered in schools, ﬂocks and swarms.
written by Jeff Beane | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Come learn about North Carolina’s waterdogs, particularly the Neuse River waterdog, which occurs only in our state.
Explore the natural history of the state’s most recognizable and adaptable bird of prey.
Tarpons follow their appetites to the Pamlico Sound each summer.
When the water heats up, try these tactics and lures for bronzeback success.