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Jug fishing, also called noodling, is an easy and fun way to catch a vast amount of catfish in one fishing trip. Jug fishermen Max Mullins, Charlie Overton, and Hunter Smith discuss the sport and describe how to prepare the catfish for consumption.
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27666
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Biology professor, Quent Lupton, describes the Red Velvet Wasp. This type of wasp is known for its large, painful stingers and about 20 species can be found in North Carolina.
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27668
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Bluefin Tuna is an extraordinary fish that is among the world’s most endangered species. This article discusses the Bluefin’s way of life, its habitat, and migration patterns.
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27667
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Ladyfish can be elusive on the coast one day and easy to reel in the next. Fisherman, Mike Marsh, discusses the ladyfish species and how to catch one.
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