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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Kevin Crum 757.965.7799
    April 7, 2008 [email protected]


    Manteo, North Carolina - Pirate’s Cove Big Game Tournaments and the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center invite anglers to kick off the 2008 offshore tournament season at the 3rd Annual Oregon Inlet Tuna Roundup scheduled May 29 (registration) and May 30 and 31 (fishing). In 2007, competitors from Dare County, Virginia Beach, Morehead City, Ocean City and beyond enjoyed the $88,000 prize payout.
    The one-of-a-kind Pirate’s Cove waterfront pavilion will be the site for national and regional sponsors who will have marine related merchandise on display and for sale during the event. Anglers are encouraged to enjoy the relaxing Outer Banks atmosphere while competing for the top spots and bragging rights. Boat slips are limited so anglers are encouraged to register early.

    3rd Annual Oregon Inlet Tuna Roundup Registration Fees
    All Entry Levels = $ 8,800.00
    C1 Entry Fee = $ 770.00
    C2 Top Angler Award = $ 550.00
    C3 Top Angler Jackpot = $1,100.00
    C4 Dolphin/Wahoo = $ 330.00
    C5 Top Boat Award = $ 550.00
    C6 Top Boat Jackpot = $ 1,100.00
    C7 50/50 Daily = $ 1,100.00
    C8 50/50 Jackpot = $ 2,750.00
    C9* Outboard Division = $ 550.00

    (You must enter C1 to enter C9*)

    Pirate’s Cove rests on a 600 acre private island bordered by the Roanoke Sound on one side and acres of protected marshland and wildlife preserve on the other. The facility includes residential homes, rental properties, a world-class marina and a clubhouse fully equipped with pool, tennis courts, saunas and hot tub. Every home at Pirate’s Cove has 25’-55’ of private dock space.
    For more information on 3rd Annual Oregon Inlet Tuna Roundup or any of the 2008 Pirate’s Cove Big Game Tournaments go to or call (252) 473-1015.
    Saltwater Fishing Articles & More by Outdoor Writer Jerry LaBella

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    North Carolina Legislation to Overturn Sunday Hunting R

    North Carolina Legislation to Overturn Sunday Hunting Restrictions2/11/09

    A bill in the North Carolina legislature will allow the state to join the majority of other states that allow Sunday hunting without restrictions.

    Senate Bill 9, introduced by Senator Julia Boseman (D- Wilmington), would remove a longtime prohibition that has been set in state law since the 1800s. Currently, North Carolina is one of only eleven states to limit Sunday hunting. Seven states completely prohibit it, including: Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New Jersey and Connecticut.

    Four others have certain limitations including Maryland, South Carolina, North Carolina, and West Virginia. Currently, in North Carolina some limited Sunday hunting is allowed on federal lands. SB 9 would open it up completely.
    Saltwater Fishing Articles & More by Outdoor Writer Jerry LaBella