Nathan Polk, left, and dad Danny Polk secure their boat Thursday afternoon near Pigeon Point Landing in Beaufort after taking it for a test drive in preparation for a weekend of fishing. "We had some work done on the motor," said Danny Polk.
Nathan Polk, left, and dad Danny Polk secure their boat Thursday afternoon near Pigeon Point Landing in Beaufort after taking it for a test drive in preparation for a weekend of fishing. "We had some work done on the motor," said Danny Polk. Staff photo
Nathan Polk, left, and dad Danny Polk secure their boat Thursday afternoon near Pigeon Point Landing in Beaufort after taking it for a test drive in preparation for a weekend of fishing. "We had some work done on the motor," said Danny Polk. Staff photo

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