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Beginning on January 1, 2007, most anglers who fish in coastal and ocean waters of the state must have a new Coastal Recreational Fishing License. Previously, North Carolina was the last state in the Southeast without a recreational saltwater license. Saltwater fishing is big business in the state with over a million people fishing each year. The new license will aid the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries in collecting crucial data to help the agency better manage fish stocks.
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8134
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Oberheu examines how deer were hunted fifty years ago in western North Carolina and reveals some very different ways of managing and hunting this wily animal.
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Joyner describes North Carolina's five fall mushrooms: the puffball, jack-o'-lantern, oyster, honey, and stinkhorn.
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