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Record #:
22613
Abstract:
The Apalachia Reservoir is the first reservoir in North Carolina to be managed as a trophy trout fishery. In 2012 the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission stocked 5,000 trout (brown and rainbow). The stocks have continued to thrive as they take advantage of the presence of the invasive blueback herring.
Record #:
22611
Abstract:
The newly opened Bodie Island Lighthouse, on the North Carolina Outer Banks, is a fifteen acre site that is home to not only the light house and and old keeper's residence, but also a variety of wildlife such as snakes, heron, ibis, deer, and otters.
Record #:
22610
Abstract:
It is time for the annual Sedgefield Hunt and Carolinas Foxhound Performance Trial at Sandhills Gameland in Richmond County, NC, a 9,009 acre area devoted to bird dog field trials. The trials, which began in 1954, include social events, horse and hound beauty treatments, and foxhound competitions.
Record #:
22612
Abstract:
The Tuckasegee River in western North Carolina has steadily gained popularity over the years for its fishing. The fishing is diverse with trout, bass, walleye and carp in the 50 mile long river that empties into Fontana Lake, which is also heavily stocked by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
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