Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
Best day this season - quality fish found on DOA Lures. Andys first slot 22" drum inhaled the DOA Terroeyz as all other fish that eat it do. Dan and Robert landed large rock and drum on DOA Deadly Combo ] . Then on the other waters. The New DOA Shrimp took over action - nice trout and drum. Great to see some nice fish - looks like we may have a good summer on slot drum!
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
After a beautiful sunrise at swanquarter we caught a super slam of flounder , trout , drum , rock , croaker , crabs and a skate . This was our first trip to the pam and look forward to many more . Hope the wind will take a rest next time , worked the old man pretty good on the trollin motor !!!!
Originally Posted by Bob252
Set out yesterday morning on the great vast Pamlico to start off a 4 day weekend for myself. I took my neighbor and his son with me, both who have fished salt water before but not in the skinnys of NC. Well to say the least, I definitely have a couple of new fishing partners whenever I need them!THEY ARE HOOKED NOW!!!
The weather played perfect with the winds laying low and keeping the
Originally Posted by Birdman571
Finally! May 19, 2016!! Three was the charm as the first two blew up but missed.
The forecast called for clouds building in the afternoon. They did as we launched at 345pm under mostly cloudy conditions. Wind forecast was for East at 10. It was...pretty good topwater conditions. Tide was rising and we headed out to a marsh creek and had some small blues badgering our topwaters.
Originally Posted by ReelPrime
Headed down east on the pamlico this past weekend in search of some speckled trout and some red fish. Dusted off the the old popping cork and tied on a good ole gulp shrimp and went to work. We caught around 25 trout with 2 keepers around 16" and 17". The majority of the trout were right under the 14" mark and looked very healthy.The cork definitely out fished all the other lures. Caught 6 small