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NCS June 2012 Digital Edition

North Carolina Publishing

If there's a better month than June to fish across North Carolina, another page will have to be added to the calendar. North Carolina Sportsman takes you to some of the state's top reservoirs -- High Rock, Randleman and Kerr among them -- for bass, crappie, catfish and striped bass action. Along the coast, it's a great month to catch cobia along the Outer Banks, flounder around Bogue Inlet, tripletails in the Cape Fear River and tilefish in the deep blue ocean. North Carolina sportsman takes you to all of these places.

Lake of the Month: High Rock
June is prime time on one of North Carolina’s most-underrated reservoirs.
By Dan Kibler

Cobia in the Crosshairs
It’s time to begin ‘sighting in’ on some nearshore action as cobia invade the waters around Oregon Inlet
By Phillip Gentry

Randleman Slab Rally
Anglers still have a month to take advantage of great crappie fishing on one of North Carolina’s newest lakes.
By Mike Marsh

Riding the Flounder Wave
Emerald Isle fishermen have plenty of fish descending on their waters this month. Here’s how to put them in your cooler.
By Dan Kibler

Rebound bass
Largemouths at Kerr Reservoir are recovering from a bout with a deadly disease and offer new challenges to anglers.
By Craig Holt

A Tail of Three Tails
Tripletail are waiting for you along the lower Cape Fear River.
By Jerry Dilsaver

Canyon hopping for tilefish
Deepwater bottomfish are pure ‘gold’ off the Outer Banks.
By Bob Goldstein

Rockingham gobbler bound for records

Backlashes By Craig Holt
Lunker Lines By David Fritts
Line Scores from the Livewell By Tony Garitta
Cooking on the Wild Side By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver & Ty Conti
Greener Pastures By Jeff Burlson
High Tides By Jerry Dilsaver
Head for the Mountains By Robert Satterwhite

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