Originally Posted by trigger22
As some of you know, my boat has been out of commission due to an incident with a submerged pile of rocks. After a month and a half The Mistress is back in action and looks better than ever. Took her out today for the first time since the repairs looking for trout. Didn't find a whole lot, but it was great being back on the water. We put 2 trout and one drum and a largemouth in the boat in a couple hours of fishing. Seth had one
Originally Posted by clalmond
The cool weather has cleared the water, cleared out some of the nuisance fish(pin fish and lizard fish), and got the trout, reds, and flounder more active. For the first time in weeks, I did not have the tails bitten off my soft plastics. Trout were the most active for me today, caught 11 or 12, with only one undersized. Trout seemed to like the Mirrolure MR17, 808 color, and a clear/sparkly trout killer under a popping
Originally Posted by jetskibrian
I took my jet ski out in four foot sloppy Chesapeake Bay NW winds today and was rewarded with a lot of fish for my efforts.
Caught a lot of Tautog and Sheepshead along with a couple Toads. I was using live fiddler crabs on a 3/0 hook bottom rig.
I also met Dustin, a fellow Jet Angler yesterday and the crew of the Rockhound. Here some pictures.
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
Beautiful , cloudy day on bay river and the pink vudoo shrimp was doin work . Caught 27 trout , 4 drum and 3 flounder . All our trout keepers were 17 to 21 inches . A nice man at the ramp reckonized me from my nc angler post and said he enjoyed my post . His name was pigman from statonsburg and if he looks at this post hope he will post a report on his day . The fish are really fat and the filets weighed 9 1/4 lbs
Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
Not the best weather can bring out some of the best fishing!
NE wind making it hard to find fishable spots but endeavoring to persevere can prove it can be done.
I had the Holly Springs NC gang –
and Paul ,