Lake Gaston Fishing News

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Lake Gaston spits out another huge blue catfish

Date Updated: 
08/25/2015
Source: 
North Carolina Sportsman

Refusing to be ignored as one of North Carolina's premier trophy catfish destinations, Lake Gaston unveiled another monster last Friday. Shortly after breaking off one huge fish, Zakk Royce of Murfreesboro rallied his efforts to overpower a massive 81-pound blue cat that he released.

Rare breed thrives at Lake Gaston

Date Updated: 
07/24/2015

Biologists say rare mussel flourishes in Lake Gaston. Lake Gaston is home to many rare and beautiful things and recently biologists discovered just one more special thing about the area – the Tidewater Mucket.

Head up the lake for Gaston's striped bass

Date Updated: 
07/03/2015
Source: 
North Carolina Sportsman

Because of what he calls “a weird year” this spring and early summer, Don Enderle of Tri-Lakes Guide Service said he’s quit trolling baits and is casting artificial lures at striped bass in the upp

It stinks, it's dangerous and it's in Lake Gaston

Date Updated: 
07/02/2015
Source: 
Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald

Lyngbya stinks, it’s dangerous and it’s in Lake Gaston.

State and local parntership working on Lake Gaston’s Aquatic Revegetation

Date Updated: 
07/01/2015
Source: 
Lake Gaston Gazette-Observer

The fight against Hydrilla reached new levels last week and team members in this fight are hoping residents will also get involved. This week members of N.C. Wildlife, N.C.

Right from her first catch, she was hooked

Date Updated: 
06/24/2015
Source: 
Pilot Online

She finally got a taste of what likely is her new addiction during a recent weekend getaway to Lake Gaston. With the help of Burr, she and her son caught their first fish.

First Lake Gaston Weed Treatment Completed; Next one June 30th

Date Updated: 
06/21/2015
Source: 
Lake Gaston Guide

The first Lake Gaston weed treatment occurred on schedule on June 3rd. The treatments seek to control, if not eradicate, the noxious weed Hydrilla.

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