Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 80 Issue 6, November-December 2016
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Over the past 20 year there has been a sharp decline in the amount of submerged aquatic vegetation, (SAV) in Lake Mattamuskeet. The presence of SAV is very important to the balance of Lake Mattamuskeet’s ecosystem. Several organizations are doing research to try to stop the rapid decline of SAV in the lake.
During the winter months, the Roanoke River is full of striped bass. Capt. Mitchell Blake gives tips on how to properly fly fish in the winter, and tells of why it exciting to fish during the cold weather.
A group of rabbit hunters who have been hunting together for 30 years share tales of their hunting expeditions with their beagles, and share their hopes that rabbit hunting will continue in the future.
Eddie Nickens, an editor and writer for several magazines and how-to books, is interviewed about his writing career and hunting experiences in North Carolina.
This photographic essay is of pictures of the mountains of western North Carolina in the early winter.