A number of years ago, when I first began directing the youth program at Albemarle Lanes, we kept a small box full of various wrist supports behind the counter to loan out to kids whenever they wanted to try one.
With all the water we have around our area we seem to take the sound fishing for granted the most.
A couple of weeks ago, Christmas came early at Albemarle Lanes in the form of thirty-some cases of brand spanking new pins.
My favorite time of year to fish is the fall when the redfish begin to show up in the surf, the largemouth begin to hit top water baits and the striper season opens up.
Here in the Albemarle area we have opened the rockfish season with hot weather and high winds but that didn’t stop some…
Mystery or suspense.
Over the past few years there has been a quiet fishery happening up and down the east coast.
Each year, about this time, senior athletes from across the state embarq upon the Triangle area of North Carolina to compete with others in their age division during the North Carolina Senior State Games.
One of the most popular fishing baits for the past few years is the Senko or drop shot.
I remember as a young boy, growing up in the Oxford Heights neighborhood of Elizabeth City, I used to bowl in the hallway leading down to my bedroom.
In the world of fishing there is a lot of people that will let you know exactly how and where you can catch fish but there are some people that will give you answers like I caught them in the water on a hook, I caught them in the corner of the mouth or some people just say nothing and ignore you completely but when you really need to find good advice, you need to talk to some locals.