of Stationary Trees/Logs in Lake
Reported at Swearing Creek
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Maybe fishing isn’t all that great at the moment, maybe High Rock has been muddied and trashed recently by heavy rains and maybe the weather forecast doesn’t always ring true. But maybe the people that rushed to the lake last Friday under belated sunny skies just didn’t care.
Perhaps what they coveted was a brief moment of freedom from the cooped in surroundings thrust upon them recently by fears of the CORONA-19 virus. Read more....
by: Chad TuckerPosted: Feb 26, 2020 / 10:27 PM EST / Updated: Feb 27, 2020
For several years, some rare birds have made a stop at the High Rock Lake dam.
Debbie Montgomary is always waiting for them with her camera in hand.
“Just give us a little show, we can handle it today,” Montgomary said, while watching the birds. “Sometimes you see different birds in this area.”
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Successful fishing depends upon little things
By Tony Garitta
During the winter months, Capt. Butch Foster, formerly of Lexington and operator of Yeah Right Charters, occasionally departs from his Southport/Oak Island residence to return to Lexington to engage in his first love, crappie fishing at Flat Swamp in High Rock Lake.
Foster recently appeared at Greensboro’s Central Carolina Boat & Fishing Expo, where he gave daily seminars on winter crappie fishing at High Rock.
Water’s Edge Dock and Grill owners hope to bring new life to High Rock Lake scene
By Liz Moomey
HIGH ROCK LAKE — Downtown restaurant owners Mikey Wetzel and Todd Littleton both live out on the lake and want to make it a destination for others.
The duo has purchased the former High Rock Boat & Ski Club, at 257 Boat Club Lane, and are in the middle of renovating it into what will be known as Water’s Edge Dock and Grill. The pair say they got an opportunity last year they couldn't turn down.