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2362
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For years bass fishermen in the state have been successful using the Carolina rig, a device consisting of a plastic worm on a leader behind small weights. Modifications over the past fifty years have made this method more effective than ever.
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13240
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Leon Brown, a rural mail carrier who lives in Selma, North Carolina, has a set-up for raising big, active, hybrid earthworms. Besides being fun, the hobby pays off when Brown markets the worms during the fishing season; he has even produced a hybrid of worms developed from Neuse River blue worms and red wrigglers.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 21 Issue 1, June 1953, p6, f
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22385
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Shaffner recounts the creation of the jerkbait and describes using this popular fishing lure.
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23072
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Kelly Barefoot, owner of Custom Lures Unlimited, makes fishing lures. Since launching his first website in 2004, his business has taken off and many purchase his custom-made lures with productive results.
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25348
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The Northern Mummichog makes excellent bait and is easy enough to catch using a used milk jug. In addition it is not recommended that fishermen eat them as they could cause one to develop a larval parasite.
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Currents (NoCar TD 171.3 P3 P35x), Vol. 29 Issue 1, Spring 2010, p5, il
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8351
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Gaddis looks back to a time when quality was a byword in the creation of hunting and fishing equipment, and labor costs allowed the craftsmanship necessary to sustain it. He discusses the quality that was exemplified in the guns and tackle of yesteryear. Production of higher grade guns was measured in months, and even the lesser grade field guns required several weeks of handwork. Three things that distinguished fishing lures from present-day ones were that the lures were beautifully balanced, their hardware was designed to hold the fish, and they were made of wood instead of plastic.
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26934
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This month North Carolina fishermen observed a large bass feeding on minnows, but they noticed the bass did not have eyes. While eyesight plays an important role in feeding, bass can also sense vibrations along their lateral lines. Fishermen can use rattle-type plugs, which are lures designed to attract bass through sound as well as sight.
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Friend O’ Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 29 Issue 8, Aug 1982, p5, por
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2851
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Weeds, grass, and other aquatic vegetation are favorite habitats of largemouth bass. Fishing in such areas requires special lures, including weedless spoons, spinnerbaits, and buzzbaits.
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5041
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Although people who fish have a large supply of lures in their tackle boxes, they usually find one that proves highly effective when bass fishing. Five anglers discuss their favorite lures and how they use them, including the Silver Spoon with Trailer, the Long Plastic Worm, and the Stickbait with Propellers.
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7963
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Panfish include bluegills, pumpkinseeds, and redbreast sunfish. Almy discusses fishing for them with seven fishing lures--grubs, spinnerbaits, spinners, crankbaits, Carolina-rigged plastics, soft-plastic insect imitations, and spoons.
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10241
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People who fish have a large supply of lures in their tackle boxes, but they usually find one that proves highly effective when bass fishing. Ingram lists four flies and five artificial lures that are definite bass catchers.
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19664
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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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20038
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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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31221
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Becka Powers describes memories of fishing with her dad in Catawba, North Carolina. She was particularly fond of searching for worms to be used as bait. Powers provides details on various strategies they used to find three main varieties of worms, including eight-inch night crawlers.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 33 Issue 4, Apr 2001, p12-13, il Periodical Website