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  1. Let the wind blow them in

    Awarded by , 11-21-2006 at 04:10 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Duke O Fluke
    A Northeaster is upon us but donít let is bother you. Even though we are expected to see wide spread flooding over the next few days this is not a bad thing. The wind should really push the trout in and I would expect to see red hot fishing this weekend. As of this posting the water is over the road in the harbor check out the Towndock.net Harborcam for the latest shot from the Oriental Harbor CAM.
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  2. TA's weekly column

    You may have heard that North Carolina will implement its new coastal recreational fishing license (CRFL) on January 1, 2007. Beginning on January first most recreational anglers will be required to have this license to fish in the state's saltwater estuaries and coastal waters. The license is regulated by the NC Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) but will be sold by the Wildlife Resource Commission (WRC).

    What you may not know is that the license canít be purchased until January ...
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  3. Jordan Lake-November 19th

    Awarded by , 11-20-2006 at 09:14 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by HOTSPOT
    Sometimes, you have to go small to get big results. Larger baits don't always catch larger stripers. As the water continues to cool down, use smaller baits and a slow presentation to get big results.

    Jason caught this 11 pounder on a 3/8 jig head with a 3 inch sassy shad. A few minutes later, his brother David caught a 8 pounder on a similar lure.

    Please practice catch and release and only
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  4. GREAT FISHING IS ON NOW!!!

    Awarded by , 11-19-2006 at 03:35 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by captainbutch
    Todays fishing trip was an extra special one for me. Today I had on board the "YEAH RIGHT" Rudy Jenkins, Brian Robbins, Darrell Kennedy, Ronnie Hussey, and Steve Blanchard. Now, what made this one so special. Well, back more years than I want to admit, I used to Striper fish on Badin Lake, one of the lakes on the Yadkin River Chain of lakes. Rudy, had a house on that lake and we fished mostly in the winter time when the stripers were schooled up chasing the small shad from the past years
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  5. Jordan, November 6th~14th

    Awarded by , 11-17-2006 at 07:18 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper
    The past couple weeks on Jordan Lake have produced some incredible striper fishing. The water temperature is still hovering around the 60 degree mark which is the ideal temperature for inland striped bass. The threadfin shad are migrating out of the creeks in search of warmer water found in the main lake.

    I fish mostly with fresh shad on a traditional Carolina rig with a 2 oz. egg sinker, followed by a swivel and
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