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Wind Dir: NE (50°)
Wind Speed: 14 knots
Wind Gust: 17 knots
AT Ps: 30.13 in (1020.3 mb)
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Dew Point: 71°F (21.5°C)
Water Temp: 82°F (27.6°C)

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Roanoke River Fishing Topics to be Discussed in Plymouth

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the Town of Plymouth invite the public to attend a fisheries information meeting at the Vernon James Center on Thursday, April 13 at 7 p.m.

Wildlife Resources Commission fisheries biologists will present an overview of current fisheries research projects on the Roanoke River. Topics to be discussed include management of striped bass, recovery of largemouth bass following Hurricane Isabel and American shad restoration.

"The Roanoke River, with its diverse recreational fisheries, is a national treasure that we’re fortunate to have right here in our own backyard," said Chad Thomas, coastal research coordinator with the Commission. "We have a wide range of management programs in place on the river, and we’d like to take this opportunity to share our findings and discuss fisheries issues with the angling public."

The Vernon James Center is located east of Plymouth. From Plymouth, follow U.S. 64 East approximately one mile past the stoplight at N.C. 45. Take a left onto N.C. 32 North (old U.S. 64), follow approximately one mile, and turn right onto Research Station Road.

For more information, call the Commission’s Division of Inland Fisheries at (919) 707-0220.

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