Fishing North Carolina

Fishing North Carolina

by Mike Marsh
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Fishing North Carolina by Mike Marsh

Thanks to well-known fishing expert Mike Marsh, North Carolinians finally have a definitive guide for the entire state in one handy volume. Fishing North Carolina is the only book that covers the multitude of fishing opportunities in all of the state’s regions: mountains, Piedmont, and coastal plain. Whatever type of fishing you prefer, Fishing North Carolina has something for beginning and advanced fishermen, longtime North Carolinians, newcomers, and tourists alike. This book will tell you where to go, how to get there, what fishing regulations are in effect, the best time to fish, the best way to fish (from boat, dock, or shore), key species at each locale, and the best lures to use. Detailed maps, descriptions of the fishing, and general information about the locations will help you know whether or not to expect snagged lures or an enjoyable fishing experience for the whole family.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780895873972
Publisher: Blair
Publication date: 01/14/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 982,579
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Mike Marsh is a full-time, award-winning freelance hunting-and-fishing writer and photographer whose hundreds of features and columns have been published in dozens of major newspapers and magazines, including the Raleigh News&Observer, the Charlotte Observer, North Carolina Sportsman, Wildlife in North Carolina, and North American Fisherman. Marsh currently lives in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Table of Contents

Map Legend
Overview Map
Preface
Introduction
How to use this Guide
Fish Species of North Carolina
N.C. Angler Recognition, Saltwater “Citation” and State Record Fish Programs

Mountain Region
1. Fontana Lake
2. Tuckasegee River
3. Lake Glenville (Thorpe Reservoir)
4. Cedar Cliff Reservoir
5. Bear Creek Reservoir
6. Wolf Creek Reservoir
7. Tanasee Creek Reservoir
8. Chatuge Lake
9. Apalachia Lake
10. Hiwassee Lake
11. Pigeon River, Waterville Lake
12. French Broad River
13. Lake Santeetlah
14. Toe River System
15. Nantahala Lake, Nantahala River
16. New River
17. Yadkin River
18. Lake James
19. Linville River
20. Lake Rhodhiss
21. W. Kerr Scott
22. Lake Hickory
23. Lookout Shoals Lake
24. Lake Lure
25. Lake Norman
26.Lake Wylie
27. Mountain Island Lake
28. Salem Lake

Piedmont Region
29. Belews Lake
30. Lake Brandt
31. Lake Townsend
32. Dan River
33. Hyco Lake
34. Mayo Reservoir
35. John H. Kerr (Buggs Island)
36. Lake Gaston
37. Roanoke Rapids Lake
38. Roanoke River
39. Thom-A-Lex
40. Oak Hollow
41. High Point Lake
42. B. Everette Jordan Lake
43. Lake Mackintosh
44. Cane Creek Reservoir
45. Falls Lake
46. Lake Raleigh
47. Harris Reservoir
48. Randleman Reservoir
49. Lake Higgins
50. Graham-Mebane Graham Lake
51. Pee Dee River
52. High Rock Lake
53. Blewett Falls Lake
54. Cane Creek Park
55. Badin Lake
56. Lake Tillery
57. Tuckertown Lake
58. Lake Lucas (Back Creek Lake)
59. Lake Reese
60. University City Lake

Coastal Region
61. Chowan River
62. Perquimans River
63. Pasquotank River
64. Merchant’s Millpond
65. Cashie, Middle, Eastmost Rivers
66. Albemarle Sound
67. Alligator River
68. Upper Neuse River – Trent River
69. Lower Neuse River
70. Pamlico Sound
71. Lake Phelps
72. Tar River 65 A6
73. Pamlico River – Pungo River
74. Lake Mattamuskeet
75. Swan Quarter
76. Bennett's Millpond
77. Cape Hatteras National Seashore
78. Cape Lookout National Seashore
79. Beaufort Inlet
80. Fort Macon
81. Newport River
82. Bogue Sound
83. Fort Bragg
84. Rhodes Pond
85. White Lake
86. New River
87. Boiling Spring Lakes
88. Sutton Lake
89. Lake Tabor
90. Upper Cape Fear River
91. Lower Cape Fear River
92. Northeast Cape Fear River
93. Lumber River
94. Lake Waccamaw
95. Waccamaw River
96. Fort Fisher
97. Freeman Park
98. Masonboro Island
99. Masonboro Inlet
100. Ocean Fishing Piers

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Fishing North Carolina 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has everything you need to know about when where how and what to fish and so much more. Detailed maps and navigation is very easy. Highly reccomended.