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In this SEA CHEST interview, Lloyd Styron talks about the early days of blue marlin sportfishing in Outer Banks' waters. The first time anyone fished for blue marlin off the Outer Banks was in 1933, and the second time was in 1936. Styron describes the people who came to fish, the boats and equipment they used for fishing, the size of the marlins they caught, and his experiences accompanying them.
Mrs. John â€œOdessaâ€ Wasili is a potter and native of Hatteras Island. She lived off the island for a while, working for the government in Washington, D.C. She began studying pottery on the island in 1947. After she moved with her husband to San Francisco, she took a number of adult education classes in pottery. They later returned to Hatteras Island. Wasili is a charter member of the Albemarle Craftsman's Guild and makes pottery for her business, the Pirate's Chest Gift Shop. She discusses her work and creations.