Originally Posted by catmaster
After seeing several pictures of Giant Drum my uncle and I had caught recently...the Old man...could not take it anymore, Dad was flyin in from Minneapolis...We picked him up at the Newbern airport, towing the boat behind us ( rolling in style ). After a torrenchal southern down pour...we sliped the boat in and headed to a favorite spot...baited up...then wham...bbbbzzzzzzzzzzzzz...fish on....ten minutes later Dad
Originally Posted by johnmauser
Here's some video we shot last week fishing for Redfish back in the marsh. The fishing has been good all summer but they've really turned on lately.
Originally Posted by Rockhopper
Fished around Oriental on the 13th-15th; Friday resulted in 1 gator spec, 1 mid-slot drum and another spec. Loads of undersized trout (grey & specs), flounder & reds. Blues everywhere. Lost one old drum while casting to blues. Saturday while casting to blues (again) with a 1/2 oz. Kastmaster on 10 lb. test light gear, we picked this one up. Took one hour and a good boat captain to bring it in.
Originally Posted by Bread Man 1
The fishing has been good, and I am really glad to see the weather break. Almost all of the reds are coming on topwater, gold spoons and black spoons. There are a lot of nice flounder laying around. I have been gigging in S-boro and down to W-ville, seems about the same everywhere. I popped 22 in the Queens Creek area in less than 2 hours a couple nights ago. It was murky up that way, but there were stacked. I ran
Originally Posted by NCangler
TopsailAngler (Mike), my son Josh and I had the privilege of fishing with Capt. Dave Stewart of Minnesott Beach Bait & Tackle/Knee Deep Charters on Saturday for old red drum. This was our first time fishing for these magnificent fish with lighter tackle and a popping cork rig. It was a slow morning but my son Josh was able to get a 40" female to the boat pretty quickly and it looked like a lot of fun.