Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
Me , bobby and john fished germantown today and caught 10-12 flounder including these two nice keeper fish . Oh yes , also caught 2 very big and angry stingrays , my arm is still aching !!
Originally Posted by Greenmonster
You know you've had a good weekend when it takes three days to regain enough energy just to type the report!
Saturday, we piled the kids and rods into the truck and headed south to Atlantic Beach. On the way down, my wife informed me that we would be buying a beach fishing cart, and she was VERY firm about this. Man, I just love that woman. A quick stop at Chasin' Tails and we loaded up our brand
Originally Posted by TarheelFishing88
I did make it out for a couple hours of flounder fishing from the kayak on Sunday morning. I started off early w/ a Skitterwalk to try to tempt a couple trout. I had one Trout jump completely out the water on a miss and no other blow ups. My girlfriend was wanting some flounder fillets for dinner so I shifted focus once the sun was up. We were fishing Gulp and Zman artificials (procure on the Zman). Tried skipping
Originally Posted by TakeDown
Been waiting and waiting to trailer south to Hatteras to join in on the Cobia blitz! Things worked out yesterday and we made the ride. We were a little worried after a 2 day north blow. The wind came back around out of the SE 5-10 and it was a beautiful morning, green water and 66-69 degrees. We rode a temperature change and tide line for over an hour looking and never saw a fish. Made the decision to run north to
Originally Posted by AustinMac
Ran the beach yesterday working bait balls with buck tails for cobia. We managed one nice cobia hook up and got him to the boat while still very green and he worked his way off just before gaff range. Next few cast resulted in three nice reds. All reds were handled as gently as possible, photographed, and slowly release to insure a successful return. The cobia loss was tough but not having to wait until fall for hot