Originally Posted by The Hog
I took one of our adopted family members out fishing this morning on the White Oak River. The wind and water were both calm and we were enjoying the beautiful morning while slowly bumping 4 inch Gulp swimming mullets around the edges of the oyster bars.
Not a whole lot of action this morning but we kept at it. Our patience paid off when the drag on Travis's reel began to sing. After a little tug
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
Jack tatum and i made an early run this morning to the beautiful pamlico river . Had not fished it in a while and i love going there . We caught 19 flounder including these beauties and jack said he is ready for a fish fry , time to get the peanut oil hot soon !!jack doesn't fish often (golfer ) but i think he really enjoyed catchin his first ever keeper , a nice 19 incher !!!
Originally Posted by AHODGES21
Justaddwater gave me permission to post this beautiful trout he caught today. Thought he had a red at first and then came that ole Shakey Head. Said it made 5-6 good runs and had the drag screaming before he finally wore him down. Caught him on a finger mullet and jig head.
Congratulations again Bob! Forgot to mention, you caught
Originally Posted by henchman
Spent last week in the Emerald Isle area.
Got out monday early and started the week out right with a 23" redfish right near the swansboro bridge. Caught on a white Zman shad about an hour after high tide in about 2-3" of water. Great first redfish for my son and the fight was great- wish we had a go pro. We moved to another spot and it got a 13" flounder on a silver and blue kastmaster
Originally Posted by LET'SGOYAKIN
This past Saturday my nephews and I took a ride out to an area near the Pamlico Sound. We started a little further out and worked our way back in, the stupid pinfish kept eating the tails off my gulps! Once we got back in...it was on. We were able to lay into some flatties quickly. The good thing was the clouds Saturday morning. It was cool until 9ish. Once the sun came out the heat was prevalent and the bite