Originally Posted by AHODGES21
After a windy day up on the Bay River we decided to seek redemption a little closer to home.
We got on the water early and what a difference 24 hrs can make with the weather. Fog was rising and the cold air was blowing down our collars as we took the ride to our first stop. We found no takers and soon moved on. At the second stop I had a big sow crush a spook jr. and then come back up for a 2' jump and head shake.
Originally Posted by catmaster
Hit backwater Tuesday...thought yall might enjoy the pics.
Originally Posted by trigger22
C.Lane and I hit the river this morning with high hopes of catching a few trout and then were going to go on the hunt for some stripers. After a bumpy run in a stiff ENE wind we settled into our spot and began fishing. Before it was all said and done we had a box slam full of trout and a bonus drum to go with it. In the mix we also added two stripers. All fish came on Topwater and Mirrolure 17mr's. The three biggest
Originally Posted by rcfishy
Thanks so much ncangler.com and ALL of those that I have asked for tips and advice on various fishing topics. Took all of that knowledge out into the Neuse river Saturday with my two youngest sons and we got it done. The one in the red shirt, Grant, was the angler, age 15. On the right, Sam, age 12 was the net man. A nice bull drum at 46 inches and 25 lbs. Still have lots to learn but.....What could be more fun
Originally Posted by SmilingSam
I decided to make the trip and try to catch a big drum. Somewhat inexperienced with that fishing, I private messaged two members with hopes they would share some information. Both replied and to a great extent were consistent with what I wanted to know. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE, THANKS TO YOU below is what I caught the first day. 47" nice 'un near the mouth of the Pamlico River (south side). SmilingSam