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Lawrence recommends a fishing trip to the state's cool mountain lakes when the July/August heat of Eastern North Carolina drains an angler's ambition to fish. He discusses the fisheries in lakes, including Fontana, Cheoah, Calderwood, Chatuge, and Santeetlah.
Four rail species live in the state - the clapper, king, Virginia, and sora. Rails are often called marsh hens because of their salt marsh habitats and chicken like build. Hunting rails goes back to the 1800s; they are a hard quarry to seek and find and attract only the hardiest of hunters. Lawrence describes where and how this bird is hunted.