Dr. Bogus’ “Anchovy BLOW!” Fishing Report for 9/7/13. Surf 81°, sound 83°. Every Monday Morning at 7:30 am on www.TheTalkStation.com. 107.1 FM (WTKF), 1240 AM (WJNC). If you can’t listen on the radio, you can log in to www.TheTalkStation.com and listen on-line or check out Coastal Daybreak on Facebook. The show will be linked there… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: September 2013
State’s Oyster Shell Recycling EndsPosted: 05 Sep 2013 10:00 PM PDT The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries’ 10-year-old program to recycle oyster shells into oyster reefs ended earlier this summer after the N.C. General Assembly deleted the program’s money from the state budget.
I got an interesting call from Lee Manning (Nancy Lee Fishing Center) yesterday about bonefish in the White Oak River. Lee lives along the WOR. A friend of his saw fish busting from his dock and cast into the fish, hooked and lost 7 or so and finally landed a 20-inch fish that was IDed… Read more »
Marine Fisheries Commission takes action on several issues (nr 40-13) MOREHEAD CITY – The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission took action last week on several issues impacting commercial and recreational fishermen, including votes on two petitions for rulemaking. The commission voted to: Deny a petition for rulemaking that proposed reclassifying most internal coastal waters as… Read more »
Fishin’ the Fort (Macon), by Dr. Bogus Ft. Macon State Park, on the far eastern end of Bogue Banks along Beaufort Inlet, became the North Carolina’s second state park in 1924, for the outrageous purchase price of one-dollar. Today the fort is one of North Carolina’s most popular, attracting over one million visitors a year,… Read more »
Fall on the Fly, By Dr. Bogus One of the things about the fall…you can fly fish here all year around, but fall fishing can be special. I recently talked to one of our local guides and fly fishing experts Capt. Dean Lamont of Crystal of Coast Adventures, about targeting fall species on the fly…. Read more »
Would a Pogy by Any other Name Smell as Sweet? By Dr. Bogus Remember the Mason-Dixon Line dividing North from South? Philly cheese steak versus shrimp and grits, hot tea or iced sweet tea, blue and gray, Yankees and Braves, and then there are the animal weather prognosticators, Punxsutawney Phil and of course Raleigh’s own… Read more »