Originally Posted by yellowdog
Caught our first of this year, and my son's first giant drum this past weekend. Hit a popping cork rig. 48 lbs and a great fight. Swam off strong when released.
Originally Posted by roostertail24
Me, my younger brother, and the guy that works for me took our kayaks to a marsh this morning looking for some flounder and we definitely got on some! We brought home 13 keepers between the 3 of us from 15 to 21 inches. Great morning! !
Originally Posted by GLOCKMASTER
My first cobia and it was on a Big Cat Fever Rod topped with a Penn Squall 20 LWLH spooled with Ande Tournament 30lb mono. I was bottom fishing using cut bait and the bait was in the water less than ten minutes when I hooked up. I will say that it was a great pull and I had a great time getting him to the boat. The water was decently calm however, it has been out of the south
Originally Posted by Nickp
Headed east after work Friday. Got a late start heading down but made it here around 9:30pm. We stayed up late and talking fishing and ended up getting a late start in the morning leaving the ramp around 8:30is.
Headed to a spot we have caught flounder in the past (years ago haven't fished this area in 5 years) and realized after the first drift crap I forgot the net!
Short ride back
Originally Posted by j.edwards
I decided to try out some new waters this weekend. Seeing there was an inshore tournament on Saturday in the Swan Quarter area, I made the decision to head a little further south to the Neuse. After a quick chat with Captain Dave of Minnesott Beach Bait & Tackle (Pamlico Tackle), I had a starting point.
We were on the water at 6:30 and making our way out of the main creek. I wanted to make about