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  1. December Fishing Still has Strong Fishing PotentialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | Lumina News

    Sunny skies, lack of precipitation and mild air temperature sending out the last week of November have helped keep the water temperatures up, and still reading in the low to mid sixties, meaning anglers are still finding plenty of fish for the taking in the inshore waters. Offshore, conditions have been hit or miss, however there are still ample opportunities for the boaters to find a good day to head off the beach and find some good fishing not too far off the hill.

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  2. Early November Fishing Still Hot, but That's About to ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2017 | Lumina News

    If you have been experiencing the fishing being found in our local waters the past few weeks, you have no doubt been having a lot of fun catching fish. The "fall" fishing season has been anything but that as far as fishing conditions are involved.

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  3. Late October Fishing on Fire a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2017 | Lumina News

    October is normally a good to excellent month for fishing in our local waters. The days starts cooling in typical fall fashion and the baitfish are running amuck, bringing with them lots of predators eager to have a feast.

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  4. Mid-October Fishing Season Feels More like Mid-Summer a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2017 | Lumina News

    The first two weeks of October have, if nothing else, been hot, and also humid, something most local anglers this time of year don't really want to see or want to endure. The upcoming weekend doesn't look to provide much relief, although a cold front is scheduled to arrive late Friday, adjusting temperatures just a tad for the better.

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  5. October Fishing Starting Off Strong in Typical Fall Fashion a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2017 | Lumina News

    The official start of fall started almost two weeks ago and finally we have some conditions that represent the true definition as far as fishing is involved. Lower temperatures, much less humidity, and dropping water temperature are a few changes, and for those who like to head offshore, unfortunately, some very breezy and stiff winds out of the north and north-east are also a given when fall arrives in full force.

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  6. Yet Another Tropical System Impacting Offshore Fishing a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2017 | Lumina News

    As mentioned last week, there was a small window of opportunity for anglers to head to the blue water and that they did. In fact it even managed to extend into day 2 so there was some real offshore fishing and catching going on.

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  7. Late September Fishing Producing Well, Despite Weather Issues a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | Lumina News

    The fishing has been remarkably decent for anglers considering the weather issues they've been facing the past couple of weeks. Between the cold fronts with winds and rain and the glancing impacts from hurricanes and tropical storms, anglers have had to change the way they do things but the fishing has remained steady.

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  8. Weekend lifeguard reunion seeks to unite generationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2017 | Lumina News

    With a goal of making a connection between the town's lifeguards of today and the veterans who helped forge the town's ocean safety legacy, organizers of a reunion of Wrightsville Beach lifeguards are working to promote the event among active lifeguards. The reunion of former Wrightsville Beach lifeguards is scheduled for Saturday, Sept.

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  9. Month of August Continues Producing Good Results for Anglers a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2017 | Lumina News

    Even with inshore water temperatures approaching the mid to upper eighty degree range and substantial rains muddying the waters; the fish have been cooperating with local anglers on a regular basis for the month of August. As many fishermen know, the month of August is normally a slow month for fishing as the heat affects both anglers and fish alike, but this has not been the case so far and it looks like the fishing may get even better going into this weekend.

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  10. Heat, Humidity and Storms Have Minor Impact on Catching a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 | Lumina News

    The past couple of weeks have seen an influx of thunderstorms in our area bringing torrential rains as well as some dangerous lightning, which no doubt is having an impact on area anglers. Water temperatures remain in the mid to lower eighty degree range and with the area rains, have become stained and muddy, which is also having some effect.

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  11. August Fishing Starts Off Mild a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2017 | Lumina News

    A potent cold front arrived over the weekend bringing dramatically cooler temperatures and less humidity along with some stiff northerly winds. This change in weather pattern was a comfortable one for anglers as the height of the sun didn't feel as oppressive as a normal July day but unfortunately the winds hampered those wanting to head off the beach for some fishing action.

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  12. Groms get signatures, haircuts from pros during Wrightsville Beach surf campRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2017 | Lumina News

    Pro surfer Taj Burrow, who retired from the ASP World Tour in 2016 after a 17-year career on the tour that saw him win 12 tournaments, came to the tournament, as did other pro surfers, including Peter Mendia, Bo Raynor and Knox Harris. After the surfers arrived at the event, a line of kids eager to get the signatures of their favorite surfers.

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  13. Last Full Week of July Keeping Anglers Busy a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2017 | Lumina News

    As has been the case for the majority of the month, the fishing has been pretty decent depending on the particular day and the species being targeted. This week is no different and with water temperatures remaining in the lower to mid eighty degree range, the fishing, but especially the catching has proved to be difficult but not impossible.

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  14. Typical Summertime Patterns Persist a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 21, 2017 | Lumina News

    As we head into the last couple of weeks of July, the conditions that anglers are facing are changing weekly if not daily. With water temperatures fluctuating from the lower to mid eighties on a regular basis, the fish that anglers are targeting are also adapting to the changing conditions.

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  15. Winds and rough sea conditions hampering fishermen a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2017 | Lumina News

    During the summer months, anglers expect some wind, especially as the sea breeze kicks in during the heating of the day. What anglers don't expect is an ongoing onslaught of gusty south west and southeast winds occurring for the bulk of any given day, as has been experienced for the majority of the past week and unfortunately looks to continue into the upcoming weekend.

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  16. June Fishing Hot for Fishing and Anglers a " Hook, Line & SinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2017 | Lumina News

    The fishing in our local waters has continued to be very good despite the warmth of both the air and water temperatures. Conditions were good for offshore outings over the weekend, however a cold front dipping down into the area is throwing a wrench into any mid week fishing plans, with plenty of wind, rain and a significant dip in air temperatures, forecast to be in the lower seventies for a couple of days before conditions start to improve rapidly for the upcoming weekend.

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  17. Masonboro Island Explorer program making memories that will last a lifetimeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2017 | Lumina News

    Another season of the Masonboro Island Explorer program concluded this week, giving nearly 700 New Hanover County fifth graders this year a magical day of learning and discovery on the undisturbed, uninhabited barrier island that offers unparalleled access to the region's nature and wildlife. As a member of the Masonboro.org board, I accompanied about 75 students from Bradley Creek Elementary to Masonboro Island this Tuesday.

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  18. Banners spark debate on Wrightsville Beach boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2017 | Lumina News

    The Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen delved into a thorough debate during it's Thursday, April 13 meeting, with each member commenting, that ultimately produced a short-term compromise. Instead of purchasing a full array of banners, the board asked town manager Tim Owens to purchase only one banner, to help gauge the public interest in the project.

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  19. Realtors plant sea oats as part of a Action DayaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2017 | Lumina News

    Nearly 50 real estate professionals gathered on Wrightsville Beach on Tuesday, April 4 to help plant sea oats, part of the Realtor Action Day that saw more than 500 industry professionals work on community projects. The community works event, sponsored by Cape Fear Realtors, is one of the projects that helped the organization earn a national award for community outreach, said Chief Operating Officer Shane Johnson.

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  20. HazWagona s Wrightsville Beach hazardous waste collection a successRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2017 | Lumina News

    After its debut in January of this year, a localized transportation-based recycling system has reached 1,242 residents and small businesses, which county officials said was encouraging better disposal of hazardous waste. New Hanover County's HazWagon stops at Wrightsville Beach Municipal Complex every Wednesday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. to collect on average 1,700 pounds of household hazardous waste and electronics.

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