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
Originally Posted by Bluemoon2
Got to go with Captain Jot Owens this morning.
Had a good time sight casting for Bonito and some blues!
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Originally Posted by boxer dog
Caught total of ten-three keepers for dinner tonight!
MR-17, water 62
None on top water-one blow up.
Go EAST and cast north
Wind got up out of east-south east and shut them down.
Most were 13 inches.
Originally Posted by wvlheel
My 16 year old daughter actually agreed to come fishing with me today. This never happens. She is a 16 year old girl, so of course the trip could not start before a decent hour. That was perfectly fine with me- been a long time since we fished together.
We got on the water at 11. She caught the first fish, a 15 inch rock. She also lost a much larger fish shortly after. I caught
Originally Posted by whitey
I love fishing the river, but when the ICW creeks start popping off, I won't be found anywhere else. Nothing fries up like a 2-4 pound speck from the crystal clear waters of the salt marsh. "Beach fish" (per joe the plumber) can be a bit finicky and very tide-oriented, but this is where I first learned how to trout fish. One thing to keep in mind, any coastal creek loaded with bait in January