Originally Posted by quest4reds
I didn't get an inshore slam. I didn't catch a giant old drum. I didn't catch a single keeper flounder. I didn't catch a citation anything. I didn't win any money.
I did catch a bunch of lizard fish, one short flounder, one croaker and yes, I caught one keeper redfish about 19.5".
So what was so special about my day? My son.
I got to spend the entire day with
Originally Posted by Greenmonster
After my trip with my daugher last Saturday, I've been day dreaming of getting back out to Swanquarter to find those rascally flat fish again. Unfortunately, work had me travelling all week and Saturday a.m. I was both exhausted and in need of some family time. However, we planned our day to attend Mass Saturday night so I could get out first thing Sunday a.m.. My son saw the pics of last weekend and it was his
Originally Posted by ReelPrime
Fished the pungo on sun morning with my girl and found a lot of small fish. When I say a lot, I mean we caught 30 flounder all 14.5" and smaller. The wind was still howling out of the N to NE. I found fish all over, in all the right areas but no size. Around lunch we almost gave up when I tried one last spot and it paid off, big time. Caught two decent keepers back to back. Worked a little further down the
Originally Posted by one wolf
Caught the 20" flounder in Bogue Sound Saturday morning early casting around the shoreline. Sunday we headed out early and relatively quickly landed what we thought were 3 Spanish on live mullet just west of Beaufort Inlet - all before 8am. By the time we landed the third, we were joined by a dozen boats so we headed up toward the Cape - more boats including 2 netters
Originally Posted by whitey
Too bad this pond isn't private. Catching 4 foot long redfish on artificials is the sweet elixir of life. "Sharks" are such a hot topic with these posts. People are obviously reading too much Facebook, and not spending enough time on the water. Real watermen know that sharks only attack googans, because they reek with the smell of the fear of the ocean.
No worries here on the Crystal