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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 79 Issue 3, May/June 2015
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23071
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Experienced fly fisherman, Jim Wilson, discusses the history of fly-fishing for bass in North Carolina. He then offers details about fly-fishing at Phelps Lake in Washington and Tyrrell counties, the second largest natural lake in North Carolina.
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23073
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North Carolina is home to a variety of insects, fish, birds, and other animals that perform amazing natural spectacles. Tourists travel hundreds of miles to see such spectacles, but one only needs to know when and where to look to see nature at its finest.
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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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23074
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North Carolina is home to both Dwarf and Neuse River Waterdogs, amphibious, permanently aquatic salamanders whose habitats are in the rivers of piedmont and coastal North Carolina. The history, life facts, and protection of the waterdogs are discussed in this article.
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