Outer Banks residents and visiting anglers who visit the Cape Hatteras National Seashore believe that flawed science is behind the federal government’s attempts to shut down public beach access.
Matt Landrum get to work and play at the same time. Standing in a parking area at the base of the Mann’s Harbor Bridge, surrounded by vehicles carrying colorful kayaks, Landrum prepared to join a small armada of paddlers heading out on a beautiful morning. […]
If you can pull yourself away from deer hunting this week (the rut’s in full swing across most of eastern and central North Carolina and muzzle-loader season opens Nov. 7 in the piedmont), you might consider heading to the Outer Banks for some surf fishing. […]
Ollie Jarvis of Dillon’s Corner tackle shop in Buxton said June 13 that one Buxton’s business had declined 70 percent so far this year because of the beach closures at Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
Put together some people with some facts, other people with other facts, lots of people without facts but plenty of opinions, and people with the responsibility of getting them to agree on anything and one may sense the conundrum facing the managers of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. […]