Charlie Taylor's Fishing Report - June 26, 2015

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Friday, June 26, 2015

With the lake level at 301 and falling, bass are found on main lake points. Best pattern appears to be fishing Carolina-rigged plastic baits on main lake and secondary points.

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Big Blow-up Scheduled for-Kerr Lake July 4th

Source: 
Kerr Lake Parkwatch
Date of Story: 
06/24/2015

The Vance County Tourism Development Authority will hold the 20th annual fireworks display over the water at beautiful Satterwhite Point, Kerr Lake, Henderson, NC on July 4. Frankie Faucet and “the Drips” will perform Beach and Oldie’s music along with your favorites from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm.

Something's Missing

Source: 
SoVANow.com
Date of Story: 
06/24/2015

The welcome sign planted next to the Clarksville town dock — “Come Back Soon,” it reads — took on new meaning this week after the floating wooden platform, with three boats attached, drifted away from its mooring on Thursday evening.

Input sought on damage assessment plan for Dan River

Source: 
SoVANow.com
Date of Story: 
06/17/2015

State and federal partners are seeking public feedback on a plan to assess potential natural resource injuries resulting from the release of hazardous substances into the Dan River and associated habitats downstream.

NC wants Dan River water

Source: 
GoDanRiver.com
Date of Story: 
06/15/2015

North Carolina is interested in drawing water from the Dan River in two different places. One would involve draws from Kerr Lake and the other is much closer to home, in nearby Milton, North Carolina.

June offers anglers a lot of hungry, hungry bass

Source: 
North Carolina Sportsman
Date of Story: 
06/15/2015

Across North Carolina, I think June is the best month to fish for bass. When you wake up in the morning this month, you need to take all the vacation time you’ve got and go to the lake.The reason? Bass finished spawning in May just about everywhere except on Buggs Island and Lake Gaston, they have gone through the postspawn, and they’re hungry and ready to eat again.

Man who drowned Saturday in Kerr Lake identified

Source: 
Henderson Daily Dispatch
Date of Story: 
06/08/2015

Local authorities have identified Darwin Elias Baca Nunez as the 27-year-old Burlington man who drowned in Kerr Lake on Saturday afternoon.

Clarksville plots future with plans for lake access, tourism

Source: 
SoVANow.com
Date of Story: 
06/10/2015

A conception of Clarksville over the next decade was unveiled last week by the town’s nine-member planning commission. The draft 2015 comprehensive plan was developed over the past year with input from citizens, businesses, planning officials, the US Army Corps of Engineers and county officials. Town Council has not yet adopted the plan, leaving ample time for the public to comment.

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