Cape Fear Academy lacrosse coach Paul Gilbert used to coach fall sports, but now autumn is reserved for fishing.
While you don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows, March brings conditions that require anglers to plan, lest the idiot wind blows through the buttons of your coat.
He’s a geospatial mapping specialist who has loved fishing his entire life and a former competitive angler.
To make spring a fun and exciting time for boating, do some work now and improve your odds of avoiding big towing and repair bills later.
A fly fisherman since childhood in western Pennsylvania, Capt. Harry Meraklis of Kitty Hawk knows how to adapt to Outer Banks conditions.
A small assortment of lures can bring success in almost any inshore fishing situation.
Ice is shown Wednesday morning covering the surface of Hancock Creek in Havelock. After several days of lows in the teens and 20s, the air temperature was around 46 degrees Fahrenheit when the photo was taken. The National Weather Service Newport office predicts temperatures in the area to continue to warm with highs by Friday and Saturday approaching or exceeding 70 degrees. Photo: Capt. Gordon Churchill
Growing up on Oahu, Michael “Bo” Howlett thought there was nowhere he would rather live, then the avid fisher met Amy from eastern North Carolina.
The beauty of living and fishing in North Carolina is that there are great opportunities during the colder months with a variety of species, without the crowds.
The longtime journalist and Brunswick County native has fished his entire life and knows a trick or two.
He grew up lake fishing with his grandfather, but Petrigac, who now conducts creel surveys for the Division of Marine Fisheries, has made saltwater fishing his life.
Often the most successful fishing trips are the ones that begin with a young person’s question, “Can we go fishing today?”
Every fall, speckled trout move by the thousands into creeks crossed by roads and bridges, where an angler needs only the proper approach and equipment.
Family is especially important for Chris Medlin, owner of East Coast Sports in Surf City, who comes from a long line of coastal business owners, dating back to the late 1940s.
The sights, smells and other signals are there, but some folks just seem to have an innate sense for catching fish.
Capt. Rick Patterson tried competitive bass fishing but later turned his focus and his passion toward saltwater angling and helping people, especially young folks, catch a big one for the first time.