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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 79 Issue 6, Nov/Dec 2015
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North Carolina’s Wildlife Resources Commission is in the process of developing more public shooting ranges across the state. The first public range opened in 2006, but since 2012, six more have either opened or are in the planning stages. The Commission aims to create safe, readily available ranges for North Carolinians who partake in hunting and shooting sports.
Fly-fishing has long been a popular pastime in North Carolina, particularly in the mountains. The history of the western North Carolina sport dates back to the nineteenth century.
The Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild is a group of decoy waterfowl carvers from Harkers Island. The guild began in 1987 and hosts the Core Sound Decoy Festival annually. The mission of the group is to educate new generations about decoy carving through workshops, shows, and demonstrations in order to preserve these skills for the future.