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4732
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The red drum, also called channel bass, puppy drum, or redfish, was named North Carolina's saltwater fish in 1971. Currently red drum numbers are dwindling, and anglers are limited to one 18- to 27- inch red drum a day. However, any number may be caught under the state's catch-and-release program. Sea Grant recreational fishing extension specialist Jim Bahem discusses fishing for red drum using this technique.
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13468
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Extending from Portsmouth to Cape Lookout, Core Banks has become a popular locale for anglers and tourists alike. Primarily used by channel bass surf casters, inexperienced fishermen may hire guides from Harkers Island to take them to the plenteous waters.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 20 Issue 6, July 1952, p14-17, il
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9703
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The red drum, or channel bass, is North Carolina's state fish and can be caught in surf or sound waters. In 1981, two world record channel bass were caught in one day in the state's waters. Arrington discusses channel bass fishing and tackle to use.
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