Todd Carraray shows off a sheepshead and a black drum he caught in Blounts Creek this week. While drum, speckled trout, flounder and striped bass are in abundant supply in the area, sheepshead are not often spotted. As one fisherman said, it “just goes to show that we have all species of fish in our brackish waters.” (Contributed photo/Bob Daw)

Archived Story

An unlikely catch

Published 9:35pm Monday, October 15, 2012

Editor's Picks

N.C. DMV process a work in progress

Last April, the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles opened up a brand new, two-story facility in Charlotte. Gone are the lengthy documents of old. ... Read more

Honoring fathers everywhere

The third Sunday every June is the time to celebrate Father’s Day. However, it hasn’t been nationally recognized for that long. The first official Father’s ... Read more