Originally Posted by pgarick
I was on the water at 0600 despite the radar showing storms. I figured I would get 1-2 hours of fishing in prior to the downpours.
Went to one of my spots on the ICW and after a few minutes starting catching small trout on popping corks/DOA shrimp. All the trout were the same size.
Looked up and the sky was quite ominous, decided to move closer to the Sunset Beach boat ramp for a quick escape if the
Originally Posted by Explore Inshore
We got back at it again and man what a fun day this past Sunday. More Reds and finally a good flounder. All were caught fishing the bottom using fresh caught cut bait or gulp shrimp on the bottom. It was a very subtle bite so cut bait and circle hooks definitely helped. Beautiful post Hurricane weather graced us on this day and surprisingly the water looked pretty good. Fish were holding tight to the docks so don't
Originally Posted by shughes
Good day on water at topsail yesterday. Started out a bit slow and quite gusty. Was trying to squeeze a trip in before storm. Topwater was hard to throw due to wind conditions so I focused on Carolina rigs with finger mullet and gulp shrimp. At high tide turnover the water came alive. Caught 5 drum in the 23-25 inch range. Most flounder were shorts but managed 1 keeper.
Originally Posted by Kev2380
My buddy Troy asked me to fish with him last weekend. There's some people who just have a special knack for catching fish. Some call it mojo, sixth sense, a gift or the Troy Factor. Doesn't matter what you call it Troy has it. Fishing with him is a privilege and I try to jump on every opportunity I get. Storms were threatening in the forecast but we still hit the marshes early.
Originally Posted by Bread Man 1
Guys I don't have time to post as often as I like. A lot of days I am on the water sun up to sundown, and have to see the kids and family when I am home. We took a vacation to Washington DC a couple weeks ago, and if you have never been, I recommend you do so. The fishing has been great, throwing topwater plugs sun up to sun down, along with gold/black spoons and Mr 17's. There have been a few days we had to work