With the cooler weather it lets us anglers know that the season for fishing crappie is upon us and we love to fish for those slabs.
I guess it’s no secret anymore that I, along with Chris Farrell, am coaching the women’s bowling team at Elizabeth City State University.
The fall is prime time to start fishing the creeks in our area and right now it is just starting to warm up.
Last week I shared with you some of the more personal items a bowler may need to keep in his bag or locker in case the need or an emergency may arise.
When it comes to fishing the beach the basics are you need to fish short, medium and long.
“If it is to be, it’s up to me.”
No truer words have ever been shared with me, and in a previous life, I shared them with a student or two. This week though, I’m referring to being prepared as a bowler, prior to taking the lanes during a league or tournament. Be prepared; like a good Boy Scout!
When it comes to striper fishing in our area we have a few places that are diehard fishing holes and most of them involve bridges.
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.