Originally Posted by j.edwards
Hit the south side of the Pamlico on Sunday morning looking for stripers. My normal fishing partner was down due to surgery so I coaxed the girlfriend into coming with me. We were greeted with a very thick fog so we crept to our first fishing spot. Beat a few banks with Spook Jrs and MR17s with nothing to show for the first few hours but a few misses. Did have something grab my MR17 and peel about 20 feet of drag
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
John and i went trout fishing monday but found these nice rock fish . Caught 15 with 6 over 19 inches and 2 25 inch beauties . Caught on rapala twitchin raps , oh , no trout !!!!
Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
Winter fishing has yet to get into full swing with all the warm weather we have been having. Water temperatures staying in mid 50s to 60 degrees and has fish not knowing when to it creeks hard.
Trout bite has been good for some and off for others. Those moving around to locate fish are fairing well finding lots of small trout and good mix of legal even large trout. Those going into routine patterns
Originally Posted by ReelPrime
Finally got some time on the water over the Thanksgiving holiday and made the most of it. Fished all four days and went to work today wishing I was still fishing. I had one mission, to find some keeper trout and big trout. Spent all four days fishing various creeks off the Pamlico and found exactly what I was looking for. Went solo on Thursday and caught my second biggest trout with a 4.35 lb hog. Im still searching
Originally Posted by Greenmonster
Man, I love it when a plan comes together!
Wednesday, my son and I decided to head east for a fishing trip. Our last few had been mediocre and I could tell that he was on the fence about going again, so the pressure was on me to find fish. We headed out late, waiting for the frost to melt and weather to get more comfortable for both us and for the fish.
We put in and headed to a spot