We in the fishing industry have a lot of money that we spend on tackle, gear, rods and reels but one of the most expensive things is our boats.
In the winter it is hard to get a lot of people fishing but if you are a cat fisherman now is a great time to get out.
This time of year only a few of us diehard fisherman are still out there so in case you don’t want to fish till spring you still have to do some work on your gear before storing it away.
For those who read the column on a weekly basis, I am sure that the name Tarkington is burned into your minds, but it is from the stellar bowling performances put on by Mark Tarkington.
Mark, however, isn’t the only Tarkington making a name for themselves at Albemarle Lanes.
Coming by it…
Well it is that time of year again when all good fishermen, and women, dream of warmer days and even hotter fishing.
Every year, youth league director Mike Hawkins hosts a fun event to close out the first half of the league season.
You know Chesson and Tolley and Bonner and Stanley.
This is the time of year to head south and try your luck fishing the surf at the bottom of the sandbar that we know as the Outer Banks.
When fishing in the fall one of the keys is to keep moving till you find the fish.
This cold front has brought in some weather that a lot of fisherman don’t like but the time of day you go fishing could make the difference between a limit of fish or a goose egg.