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Lake Gaston, which straddles the North Carolina-Virginia border, is a fisherman's paradise, offering some of the state's best game fishing. Some of its wide variety of species reach record size
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Almy makes the case for hunting woodcocks, which he considers the state's most neglected game bird.
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Because their good protective cover and abundant food supply attract large numbers of deer, creek and river bottoms are excellent deer-hunting areas.
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Weeds, grass, and other aquatic vegetation are favorite habitats of largemouth bass. Fishing in such areas requires special lures, including weedless spoons, spinnerbaits, and buzzbaits.
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Though many fishermen often overlook them for more popular panfish, like crappies, rock bass, redbeasts, and fliers in streams of the mountains and Piedmont offer and enjoyable change of pace.
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Solo dove hunting can be enjoyable and rewarding if a hunter follows a few guidelines, including scouting the hunting area, determining flight patterns, and occasionally changing stands.
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For a deer hunter, choosing the right site to place a deer stand can be crucial to his success in bagging a deer.
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How well a deer hunter solves problems, including extremely hot or windy weather, seeing deer at too great a distance to shoot, and too many hunters nearby, will often determine whether or not be bags his quarry.
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Fishing while floating down a river can be an ideal way to vacation, if planning includes choosing good fishing water, avoiding dangerous parts of the river, selecting the right craft, paying attention to handling the boat, and stopping often.
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Many people think of trout when they hear the words fly fishing. However, with longer rods, special lines, and new flies, other fish, including chain pickerel, walleyes, and crappies, can provide sport for fly fishermen.
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Of all the things needed to successfully hunt deer - shooting skill, equipment, outdoor knowledge - the most important is finding deer signs and being able to interpret them. Almy describes deer signs, including droppings, beds, tracks, feed areas, and rubs, and what they mean.
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Not every wild turkey hunt can be made under ideal conditions. Sometimes a hunter encounters rain, sleet, thunder and lightning, fog, wind, or bitter cold. Almy discusses tactics to help the hunter make the best of bad weather conditions.
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5043
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Panfish include bluegills and warmouths. Almy discusses fishing for them with different types of fishing equipment, including spinning gear, fly tackle, and cane pole.
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5494
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Almy discusses the skill required for troll fishing and the pleasure experienced in doing it correctly.
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\"Exciting bass fishing is available throughout North Carolina during July and August,\" Almy says. He gives ten strategies to help fishermen make the most of hot weather fishing.
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