The forecast called for temperatures in the mid-90s, typical for North Carolina’s southern piedmont in July. At 8:30 a.m. the thermometer had already hit 87 and Maynard Edwards was warming his engine for a day of fishing.
“I used to prefer High Rock Lake,” said Edwards, 64, who operates Yadkin Lakes Guide Service and Extreme Fishing Concepts. “But, Randleman is only 20 minutes from my house in Lexington. If you like catching bass, this is the place.” While fishing High Rock is free, Edwards had purchased a $120 pass for Randleman Lake, allowing him to fish 15 times.
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