Currituck Memories and Adventures: More Tales from a Native Gunner

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Overview
Currituck County, North Carolina, is famed as a place where hunters count down every hour until the opening of duck season. Land of the hunter, farmer and fisherman?all terms that have defined author Travis Morris Currituck is the well-loved home and stage to this latest collection of hunting and fishing exploits. Currituck native Travis Morris returns with a follow-up to the best-selling Duck Hunting on Currituck Sound with more tales of hunting, fishing and adventure. Complete with humorous stories of boyhood on the sound and a whole new collection of fishing and hunting expeditions, this book is a treasure. Whether or not one has ever watched a ?smoke of ducks? flying overhead in front of a cold January sunrise or pulled in enough catfish to nearly sink a boat, Morris's accounts of life on Currituck Sound are sure to delight.
Details
ISBN: 9781596293052
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
Date:
State: North Carolina
Images: 101
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6.25 (w) x 9.375 (h)
Author
Travis Morris was born in Coinjock, North Carolina, in 1932 (in the same house his mother was born in on April 3, 1908). In 1970 he started Currituck Realty, a business he still owns forty years later. In 1971, he took people across Currituck Sound in an old gas boat and out to the beach in an old Corvair for which he paid fifty dollars. He'd written "Currituck Realty" on the side of the car with white shoe polish. He sold oceanfront lots for $12,000 that are now valued at over $1 million. In 1974, he operated Monkey Island Club and opened it to the public for the first time since its founding in 1876.