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19550
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November and December fishing off the Inner Banks bring with it an excellent opportunity to catch speckled trout and stiper. With the proper water conditions and bait recommendations as made by Captain Richard Andrews, one can have fun and bring home quite a haul.
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19581
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With the warming spring temperatures, fishing on the Pamlico River will similarily warm up as well. Spring anglers should expect excellent speckled trout fishing with many keepers in the 15-20 inch range. In addition to speckled trout, anglers should expect redfish and striped-bass in abundance.
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22761
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Veteran Captain Richard Andrews details the winter fishing opportunities for Tar and Pamlico River fishermen. After describing the life patterns of striped bass, he recommends ways for maximizing catches of stripers and speckled trout.
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23079
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Veteran Captain Richard Andrews appeals to tourists and locals with his description of summer fishing on the Pamlico. After explaining the importance of tourist fishing for the coastal economy, he provides a detailed account of the fish species that enter the Pamlico Sound and Pamlico River during the summer.
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26917
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Veteran Captain Richard Andrews describes the prize of late-summer fishing on the Pamlico—the giant red drum. As North Carolina’s state fish, the giant red drum are large; typically between 35 and 52 inches long and weigh one pound in weight per inch in length, which makes them difficult to catch.
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15818
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Environmental policy in the 1970s focused on three major areas: pollution control, environmental impacts of major public actions, and resource conflict.
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Carolina Planning (NoCar HT 393 N8 C29x), Vol. 5 Issue 1, Spring 1979, p16-21, f
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18557
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North Carolina, like many other states, has placed a high priority on the safe management of hazardous wastes. Despite several catastrophes, the state has taken a positive approach to the regulation of hazardous wastes through such mechanisms as the regulatory agency, the Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Branch of the Department of Human Resources.
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