Lake Gaston re-vegetation project topic of LGA meeting

Date Updated: 
06/26/2015
Source: 
Lake Gaston Guide

At the Lake Gaston Association’s (LGA) monthly meeting on Wednesday, July 1st at 9:30 a.m., they will have a speaker who will be representing NC Wildlife Commission & NC State University talkin

Charlie Taylor's Fishing Report - June 26, 2015

Date Updated: 
Thursday, June 25, 2015

Bass are deep, taking plastic worms on main lake points and boat docks. Carolina-rigged lizards are the most productive baits. Uplake, live shad are taking stripers and large bass, suspended in the main river channel.

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.

Fourth of July Boat Parade returns to Lake Gaston

Date Updated: 
06/17/2015
Source: 
South Hill Enterprise

The annual Lake Gaston Fourth of July Boat Parade will be held Saturday, July 4, starting around 10:30 a.m. The parade will start at the entrance to Holly Grove Creek (near mile-marker 17) and proceed past Americamps toward the Highway 903 bridge and back to the main lake...

June offers anglers a lot of hungry, hungry bass

Date Updated: 
06/15/2015
Source: 
North Carolina Sportsman

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.

Lakeland Theatre Company presents Young People’s Summer Workshop

Date Updated: 
06/12/2015
Source: 
The Warren Record

Lakeland Theatre Company will once again offer the Young People’s Summer Workshop this summer with two sessions for young people ages 7 to 17, plus a half-dozen returning interns.

Father charged in boating accident

Date Updated: 
06/03/2015
Source: 
Lake Gaston Gazette-Observer

The father of a 16 year old was charged in a boating accident that occurred near Eaton’s Ferry Bridge recently. According to N.C. Wildlife Officer Richard Creech, it was dark, around 11:30 p.m., and three people were traveling from the Lizard Creek area by boat, when the 16 year old driver mistakenly thought they were going under Eaton’s Ferry Bridge and smashed the boat onto the rocks near the bridge.

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