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3805
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Eight working lakes, providing services including power generation and flood control, span the foothills from Wilkes County to the South Carolina border. One of the most well-known is Lake Lure. The lakes also provide such recreational activities as boating and fishing.
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14513
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Year-round fishing in TVA's western North Carolina lakes, permitted this year for the first time, has met with enthusiastic response from sportsmen and locals alike.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 13 Issue 9, July 1945, p25, f
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23814
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Lake Jocassee has wonderful water quality and is thus one of the most popular freshwater dive sites on the East Coast. The lake was formed after Duke Energy built a dam in the area.
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9784
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Dean recommends a fishing trip to the state's mountain lakes because the waters contain such a great variety of game fish, an angler never knows what he is going to catch next. He discusses each species; what is the best lake to catch them in; what time of year to fish for them; tactics; and lures or bait.
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