The beach is beginning to get busy with tourist and locals alike and with that come the anglers searching for good fishing from the famous Outer Banks.
Before I begin this week’s column, please allow me to share this disclaimer. I am not a doctor, not even close.
Well the time of year is upon us to step up to the fishing rods and go fishing.
Twice a year, Albemarle Lanes puts out “The Book” to begin planning for their upcoming league season.
The winter is dragging on to no end this year with some days in the 70 degree area while other nights are still in the 30s so the question is do we go fishing or not?
Every year, for three days in the spring, Albemarle Lanes hosts some of the most young at heart bowlers of the Albemarle Area.
Right now in the Albemarle region we are about to experience some of the best bass fishing of the year.
While this column typically highlights the top scores of our local leagues, last week we learned that there are bowlers in our community whom have perhaps been hiding their talents on the lanes.
The crappie bite this winter has been pretty good considering the amount of rain and wind we have had to deal with but the next week or so will put the bite in full swing with a few more days of warm weather the fish will head up and spawn.
They say that good things come to those who wait, and that good things happen to good people.