Charlie Taylor's Fishing Report - April 28, 2017

Date Updated: 
04/28/2017

Topwater baits are coming into their own on Lake Gaston, where largemouth bass may be taken almost at will early and late in the day. The bass are active in shallow water on main lake points.

Dominion Projects High Water

Date Updated: 
04/26/2017
Source: 
Lake Gaston Guide

Lake Gaston's water level is projected to rise to 201.5 feet (above seal level), according to Don Bromley of Dominion Power. Bromley says Dominion has switched from "Fish Spawning" mode to "Flood Control" mode.

ArtBank Series brings season finale April 28

Date Updated: 
04/23/2017
Source: 
Independent Messenger

A zany comedy of friendship and dance, Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, presented by Barter Stage II on tour, arrives in Lawrenceville on Friday, April 28 as the final performance in The ArtBank of

Venomous & Non-Venomous Snakes in the Lake Area

Date Updated: 
04/21/2017
Source: 
Lake Gaston Guide

The May 3rd Lake Gaston Association's monthly meeting at 9:30 a.m.

RRBA not backing down from Duke Energy

Date Updated: 
04/12/2017

The Roanoke River Basin Association is not backing down from its threat to sue Duke Energy over violations of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and the Coal Combustion Residuals Rule and t

Forum highlights need for countywide broadband

Date Updated: 
04/05/2017
Source: 

A forum held last week on broadband availability was small in attendance but big on enthusiasm for increased broadband countywide, as citizens and local leaders talked about challenges, solutions a

Water Safety Council hears from Flotilla 9-3

Date Updated: 
04/09/2017

The Lake Gaston Water Safety Council got a special treat when Flotilla 9-3 Commander Ed Burke stopped by for a visit this week.

Cleaning Lake Gaston

Date Updated: 
04/07/2017

Lake Gaston provides scenes of beautiful waters and wildlife; but sometimes people also see discarded furniture, fast food wrappers and other trash.

City moves to refinance [Roanoke Rapids] theater

Date Updated: 
04/05/2017

The Roanoke Rapids Theatre has been a burden the past decade — eating about $1.8 million of the city’s budget annually — but city officials may have found relief. After weeks of discussions with Bank of America, the city is set to replace the current variable rate loan agreement, in which payments could change annually, with a fixed loan agreement.

Roanoke River Partners Celebrates 20 Years

Date Updated: 
04/03/2017
Source: 
Lake Gaston Guide

Roanoke River Partners is marking a milestone with its 20th anniversary this spring.

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