Sunday, June 11, started out in a nasty thunderstorm, complete with lightning and driving rain, but ended with the silver lining of the cloud gleaming brightly as Billy Ray Lucas, Capt. Troy Crane and a group of close friends landed a 116.5 pound cobia shortly after the sun found its way through the clouds and brightened the skies.
Forty-eight boats braved the weather during the second tournament in the 18th season of the South Carolina Governor’s Cup Billfishing Series, the Georgetown Blue Marlin Tournament, when it was held May 17-20 at the Georgetown Landing Marina. […]
The North Carolina Governor’s Cup Billfishing Conservation Series got off to a great start during the Hatteras Village Offshore Open when the Tyler II released three blue marlin to offset a big catch by the M & M and secure the tournament win. […]
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission will present their Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) program on June 2 to 4 at the Eastern 4-H Environmental Education Conference Center near Columbia, NC. […]
NO-OLF supporters and officials from Beaufort and Washington counties will hold a rally May 16 at the N.C. State Capitol Building’s south lawn in Raleigh. The rally will feature speeches by Congressman G.K. Butterfield, state dignitaries and rally organizers. […]