The fishing this week has begun to heat up with almost every inshore fish feeling the warm sun and longer days of the approaching spring.
People knowledgeable of bowling are aware that there are three common drilling styles which a pro-shop operator can use to layout a ball for drilling: conventional, semi-fingertip, and fingertip.
It was only a week ago and we had water temps in the high 30s in our waters but a couple of warm rains and some higher temperatures and we now are in the mid 50s in the creeks.
Last week I closed with the question of how bowling centers use oil patterns to promote bowling and ultimately their business.
When the weather is as cold as it has been a lot of anglers are sitting on the couch waiting for warmer weather when the crappie will be schooled thick on the shallow cover.
How a bowling ball travels down the lane depends on a few factors.
This time of year the water temperature can either make our break your day on the water but if you know what to look for you can use this information to your advantage.
Four nights a week and Saturday mornings, bowlers of all ages and abilities enter Albemarle Lanes for their weekly league sessions.
Well it’s my favorite time of the year to hunt for largemouth and the weather is about to turn things on.
Albemarle Lanes was the site of some of the hottest bowling imaginable last Tuesday night and at the end of the night, a new name had been added to the board recognizing our bowlers who have tossed perfect games.