Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
What a great morning on the Neuse. Three generations of Bells from Texas and they all caught Big Drum. Couldn’t get any better. We go again Thursday and if is as good as today Texans will be pouring in for this action in our world class fishery! Bob and his son David and David’s son David. The Bells.
I did get a 48” female on Ralapa Skitter Pop 12 that just exploded on it – changed out trebles with
Originally Posted by whitey
Took another inland adventure. Went by "Wings" on the way out, and got a free hermit crab with my purchase of a henna tattoo. Hit I-40 and listened to "wagon wheel" 56 times in a row. (for good luck) Caught this on a black jitterbug soaked in the tears of Owen Lupton with a spanish bird trailer. Surely a new Sampson County record. Thank you old crow medicine show, and the fine citizens of
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