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Jim Dean recounts the story of the first house he bought while on his second job out of college. It was infested with mice as he found out after buying the house. Not wanting to make holes in the walls, he procured his Daisy Red Ryder carbine and began a mouse hunt through his house.
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Dean gives a brief history of bass lures, rods and reels, with an emphasis on the golden age of bass fishing from 1900-1940.
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Dean continues his brief history of bass lures, rods and reels, with an emphasis on the golden age of bass fishing from 1900-1940.
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The North Carolina Wildlife Commission began its Delayed Harvest Program twenty years ago. The program currently covers twenty-one streams and one lake. Regulations require that all fishermen release the trout they catch between October first and the first Saturday in June. They must fish with a single hook artificial lure or fly. Beginning in June, fishermen are allowed to keep seven trout a day. Dean discusses other requirements of the program which is one of the Wildlife Commission's most popular.
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Dean discusses what steps to take when improving the fishing in a new or renovated pond, and the people to turn to when you need advice.
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Dean discusses the ways to improve the numbers of wildlife that inhabit older ponds. This often involves draining the pond to see what is going on beneath the surface, and starting the process from scratch.
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Dean discusses things to consider when planning to build a new fishing pond or when seeking to improve the fishing in an older one.
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3542
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The state is favored with a variety of fishing areas stretching from coastal beaches and tributaries to lakes and cold mountain streams. They beckon fishermen to fish for American shad, striped bass, and mountain trout.
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In 1983, the General Assembly passed a law to fund waterfowl habitat preservation by asking waterfowl hunters to purchase a specially painted state duck stamp. The stamp and limited edition art prints have raised over $3 million for the program.
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940
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In the monthly column \"Our Natural Heritage,\" the author discusses the planned restoration of the old pumping station at the Lake Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge.
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The North Carolina Sportsman's Alliance was organized to preserve hunting for future generations.
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691
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Thirteen wildlife commissioners will tackle the tough issues facing wildlife in North Carolina.
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9869
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The two major goals of the Conservation Reserve Program are to successfully remove land from cultivation and to reduce soil erosion. It has been widely publicized as a boon to small wildlife, and the program will pay farmers money to improve wildlife on their property. Dean discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the program.
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All ages will love the North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort, where the history of our nautical past is handsomely preserved. But there's more to the museum than its displays.
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9849
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Horace Kephart came to North Carolina in 1904, after a career in St. Louis as a librarian. He lived in the Hazel Creek area of Swain County and later moved to Bryson City, the county seat. He wrote many books and articles about the outdoors. CAMPING AND WOODCRAFT, published in 1906, is considered a classic in its field and is still in print over eighty years later. Dean discusses some of Kephart�s woodcraft wisdom.
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