Striper fishing is good to fair, with most fish being caught in the area from Buoy 10 to Clarksville. Live bait is the preferred method. Anglers are also taking stripers between dusk and midnight on live or cut shad, fishing from the points at the mouth of Nutbush Creek
It’s time again for the 7th Annual Mecklenburg’s Finest Charity Cook-off. The event will be held on Friday, September 30th from 4 to 6:30 pm in the parking lot behind the upper level of the Virginia Avenue Mall.
“Australia’s First Lady of the Blues,” Anni Piper, continues her Summer/Fall “More Guitars than Friends” Tour, in support of her critically-acclaimed album of the same name, with an upcoming performance at the Second Annual Big Buggs Island Blues Bash, at Robbins Ballpark, in Clarksville Saturday, Sept. 24.
Exasperated homeowners and builders on Kerr Reservoir who want to install new docks at waterfront properties have been stymied for more than two years by a moratorium imposed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as it updates its Shoreline Management Plan (SMP).
It’s been two months since the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers implemented the Quasi-Run-of-River (QRR) plan, and already reports are showing Lake Gaston is spending less time in flood control operations.
The Clarksville Community Players and VETS, Inc. will host an unforgettable evening of music September 14th at 7:30pm at the Clarksville Fine Arts Center This free concert will feature world renowned violinist Natasha Korsakova accompanied on piano by maestro and artistic director of the Carolina Philharmonic and Orchestra 2100 David Micheal Wolff.
When fish are found, anglers can load the boat, but finding them is the trick. Best action is coming from midlake and downlake areas, and seems to be centered around the points halfway back in the creeks and in the edges of the flooded cover in the coves.
Midsummer marks the end of the blue catfish spawn at Kerr Lake on the North Carolina/Virginia border. While going unnoticed by many anglers, Wes Jordan of Creedmoor patterns the tail-end of their reproductive cycle, heading to the lower side of the lake where mussel beds abound to drop in on blues recuperating after their duties.
It is time to put on your boots and do the boot scooting boogie for country music artist Tim Cifers. The next event in the South Hill Market Square Sunset Sounds at Centennial Park concert series will be Sept. 15.