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6592
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Crappies are not a native North Carolina fish. They were first introduced into large Piedmont reservoirs, lakes, and ponds, and have recently spread to lakes in the coastal plain. They are an excellent game fish and a delicious meal. Amundson discusses the crappies' characteristics, breeding and food habits, and how to fish for them.
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38066
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Modern soil conservation consists of the kind of sound land use and protection needed to keep the land permanently productive while in use. This includes such aspects as gully control, stabilizing water outlets, building farm ponds, contouring land, and more.
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38068
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Although most believe that wild caught trout produce the best fish, hatcheries are not to be put to the side. In actuality, there is little difference once the fish have been released into a stream or lake.
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38067
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In order to have good fish for eating, the author supplies several tips that can lead to success.
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38069
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In an answer to where there are no extra fees associated with fishing, the author divides the western 20 counties into the best for fishing.
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