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The Low Water Bridge Fishing Access Area, which is located on Low Water Bridge Road in Montgomery County north of Troy, opened in May. The access area has two ramps - one upstream of the bridge and another downstream - and a parking lot with space for nine vehicles and one designated handicapped parking space. GPS coordinates for the access area, which can accommodate small boats, canoes and kayaks, are: Latitude: 35.488435°, Longitude -80.005840°. While boats are not restricted to length, they must be able to be launched and retrieved without the use of a trailer. The ramps are configured so that only watercraft that can be carried to and from the ...
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North Carolina Fishing News
- Sylva, Webster, Dillsboro Join Mountain Heritage Trout Waters Program
- SYLVA, N.C. - Three Jackson County towns - Sylva, Webster and Dillsboro - recently joined the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's Mountain Heritage Trout Waters Program....
- North Carolinas Shelter Creek Access Renovations Complete
- BURGAW, N.C. - The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has renovated the Shelter Creek Boating Access Area in Pender County, and it is now open to the public.The renovatio...
- N.C. Trout Stockings Postponed Due to Flooding
- MARION, N.C.- The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has postponed two trout stockings scheduled today for the Delayed Harvest sections of the Little River in Alleghany C...
- N.C. DMF Cautions Anglers Re Sea Turtles
- MOREHEAD CITY - Now that the waters have warmed and sea turtles have returned, the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries is urging both commercial and recreational fishermen ...
- Delayed Harvest Trout Waters Open In N.C. June 1
- RALEIGH, N.C. - The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will open approximately 64 miles of trout streams and two lakes classified as delayed-harvest trout waters under ha...
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North Carolina Fishing Regs & Licenses
Annual Inland - $15.00
Annual CRFL - $15.00
Lifetime Adult CRFL - $250.00
10-Day - CRFL - $10
Annual CRFL - $30
Annual Inland - $30.00
Individuals 16 years of age or older using any type of bait or gear to catch finfish while fishing in North Carolina’s public waters must possess a valid North Carolina fishing license.