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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 58 Issue 7, July 1994
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1742
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In order to improve fishery habitats in the state's reservoirs, the NC Wildlife Resources Commission is placing all-plastic fish attractors in Piedmont lakes. Game fish are attracted to the apparatuses, which increases the quality of fishing.
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1744
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North Carolina has joined other states in the nation in restoring, and even creating, wetlands. The creation of wetlands is still a relatively new science, and its reliability is uncertain.
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1741
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Raleigh resident Patricia Savage is an award-winning artist who has carved a niche for herself in the area of naturalistic watercolor painting.
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1743
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Anglers at Lake Wylie employ a technique called \"shooting,\" which consists of using a short rod to \"shoot \" jigs under piers and docks, to catch crappie.
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