Originally Posted by AustinMac
Ran the beach yesterday working bait balls with buck tails for cobia. We managed one nice cobia hook up and got him to the boat while still very green and he worked his way off just before gaff range. Next few cast resulted in three nice reds. All reds were handled as gently as possible, photographed, and slowly release to insure a successful return. The cobia loss was tough but not having to wait until fall for hot
Originally Posted by steven.brewster
Hit the water for a bit before the storm today. Tried and tried with the topwater for a long long time. Probably longer than I should have... Then I finally switched over to an MR17 808 and picked up a couple really small trout pretty quick and then nothing for a while. Ran around to a few different spots and couldn't manage to locate any fish so I came back to the spot I caught the spikes at and started casting the
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
caught 20 rock today including billy's 29 inch sow . we had our limit in the box so we returned her to the water so she could make her way up to weldon and spawn . this was our biggest rock so far .
Originally Posted by Greenmonster
Well, sometimes it all comes together. My daughter had a weekend off of Gymnastics and expressed some interest in some "Daddy time" on the boat. I needed very little encouragement to take her up on it. A suggestion from another forum member had me contemplating a trip further east on the Pamlico, so we made plans, rigged up, and headed out at 5:30 a.m..
The weather was less than ideal in the
Originally Posted by trigger22
Had a great day today with the family at the Cape. We set out hoping the horses would grace us with their presence and then try to find some blow toads. The horses didn't disappoint, they were hanging out in the open as we came through short turn and it didn't take long to find the blow toads. It was nonstop action from the time my first mate set the anchor, until he pulled it up and received a promotion