Capt. Gordon Churchill takes readers out for a day on the water to fish for spring trout.
As the days get longer and warmer and trout become more active, fishing columnist Capt. Gordon Churchill offers his tips on gear and techniques for success.
The previous record was caught off Wrightsville Beach in 1961.
What is it about fishing that makes it such a rewarding endeavor? Maybe the answer is more than just what you catch.
Commercial harvests of spot have been on the decline for more than 20 years and recreational numbers fluctuate, but a multistate management approach and independent research aim for sustainable stocks.
Longtime fishing guide Capt. Gordon Churchill talks readers through readying old gear before heading out for the first trip of the year.
While the Rodanthe Pier is closed for the winter, work is taking place to repair the damage from a November storm.
Capt. Gordon Churchill, Coastal Review’s new fishing columnist and longtime guide on the North Carolina coast, shares his list of responses to that familiar question this time of year.