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24848
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This instructional guide explores why older adults should regularly ride a bike. The instructions also include where to buy a bike, what to buy with it, and advice for riding a bike around town. Safety tips for bike riding are also included.
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24863
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Fishing for bass is a way of life for some North Carolinians. A favorite of both the expert and the novice, bass are plentiful and found in all 100 counties of North Carolina. Bass fisherman Wayne Harrell shares his expertise on favorite lines and fishing spots.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. Issue , February-March 2016, p110, 112-113, il, por
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34390
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North Carolina has five types of catfish including white, bullheads, blue, channel, and flatheads. In this article, the author discusses catfish fishing, catfish habitats, and catfish tournaments in North Carolina.
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39393
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The author, Rick Goines, talks about the white and black crappie and crappie fishing in Maryland, the 1859 acre Tar River Reservoir in Rocky Mount, and Falls Lake in the Triangle. He discusses bait, trolling and other methods to catch this popular fish.
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39410
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Blounts Creek is a 14 mile long blackwater coastal waterway, located in Beaufort County on the south side of the Pamlico River east of Chocowinity and west of Aurora. The article discusses the struggle between concerned citizens and corporate neighbor, Martin Marietta Materials, which secured a long term permit to dump 12 million gallons of hard iron-rich fresh waste water daily into the Blounts Creek brackish waters. The local 'Save our Blounts Creek Committee' and the Pamlico-Tar River Foundation are fighting the good fight to attempt to curtail this environmental travesty. Bob Daw, photographer and Blounts Creek resident is mentioned as the ambassador of goodwill for Blounts Creek. He passionately works to help keep Blounts Creek environmentally healthy and sound.
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39945
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The author talks about shad fishing in the Tar River and Contentnea Creek. He also talks about the Tight Lines' ninth annual Tar River First Hickory Shad Contest. J. P. Lumper won first and fifth annual First Tar River Hickory Shad Contest.
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39966
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The author talks about the new Striped Bass (Rock Fish) 26-inch rule and the health of the Rock Fish fishery. He also talks about 'Thanks For Your service' fishing tournament for veterans.