Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
another fun day fishin at swanquarter with light winds . fished some new banks today and found some nice fish .Billy and i caught 15 flounder and 2 keeper trout . before we left my good friend , BOBBY MASON , CAME BY AND HE HAD SOME PRETTY FLOUNDER INCLUDING THIS 20 INCH BEAUTIE . MOST FISH TODAY CAUGHT ON GULP SHRIMP . WATER TEMT STILL AT 80 AND SAW MORE SCHOOLS OF BAIT FISH TODAY . HOPE THE REMAINDER OF AUGUST AND
Originally Posted by LINC FiShEr
Took a buddy out yesterday, it was so slick after the rain we decided to run across the river to Aurora and put in some work in a new area. Nothing like the satisfaction of picking a new spot on the map, showing up, and it looking super fishy! Plenty of gar and big mullet and birds working but not tons of bait schools like Ive been seeing elsewhere. The bite was slow and we worked for them, took a while to find
Originally Posted by Scott Hobbs
Hit up Topsail Island yesterday for some direly needed salt air and drumming. Met up with Dennis at the boat ramp and off we go. I had a few locations in mind that in the past had held a few reds and flounder. Water was murkier than normal but we still fished. Finally caught a small short flounder and saw one in the shallows about keeper size, but he didn't want to play.
Baitfish everywhere, menhaden
Originally Posted by Mumbo_Pungo
So me, my brother, and my dad went out Saturday morning to find some slot drum and whatever trout and flounder we could spook up. We were running along to able bay when we saw a lot of commotion in the water about 75-100 yards off our starboard bow. We slowed down and figured it might be dolphins or sting rays, but figured we should take a closer look. Well when we got withing 30-40 yards it was clear that it was
Originally Posted by Durwyn
AB1620 and I decide to fish the CCC Spanish tournament for the first time this year. Every one talks about how much fun it is, and it definitely lived up to the hype.
The weather was absolutely perfect. Very calm seas, hardly a breeze (so it was hot...) but the water was gorgeous.
AB1620 had scouted out some really good schools of perfect seized pogies the day before, but unfortunately