Lake Gaston Fishing News

Stories from newspapers, broadcasters and websites that mention fishing in Lake Gaston. Our search procedure includes many sources, some quite small, not used by the better known search engines.

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No-wake zone will not be established on Poe Creek

Date Updated: 
09/19/2014
Source: 
Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald

A new no-wake zone on Lake Gaston’s Poe Creek is not necessary, according to the state Wildlife Resources Commission on Thursday.

Lake Gaston Striper Club goes fishing for the Mission

Date Updated: 
08/27/2014
Source: 
Lake Gaston Gazette-Observer

Some very hungry people were fed recently thanks to a program set up by the Lake Gaston Striper Club.

Pay attention to details

Date Updated: 
08/26/2014
Source: 
North Carolina Sportsman

August has always been a tough month for bass fishermen, because the fish start getting spread out — there aren’t nearly as many grouped up — and because you might find them anywhere from around sh

Tailrace fishing great for stripers on Roanoke Rapids Lake

Date Updated: 
08/15/2014
Source: 
North Carolina Sportsman

A problem for striper fishermen during the summer is that on large reservoirs, you often spend lots of time finding bait, then finding fish.

Match the hatch? Big Lake Gaston bass gorging on mayflies

Date Updated: 
07/18/2014
Source: 
North Carolina Sportsman

Think only fly-rodders who fish skinny-water mountain streams for trout like insect hatches? Don’t tell it to Joel Richardson, a long-time bass guide from Kernersville.

Gaston live-bait choices

Date Updated: 
06/11/2014
Source: 
North Carolina Sportsman

Anglers targeting Lake Gaston’s blue catfish have four baitfish choices.

Try Roanoke River for big blue cats as striper run wanes

Date Updated: 
06/02/2014
Source: 
N.C. Sportsman

The spring striped bass migration has ended in the Roanoke River and fish have turned around and headed downstream toward Albemarle Sound and the Atlantic Ocean until next March.

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