Originally Posted by papadave
I had the privilege of sharing last Sunday morning on the Neuse with Whitey. I could spend pages talking about the day, but suffice it to say it was the best inshore day I can remember having!
We caught our limit of quality trout, tossing at least 3 20"+ trout by the end of the day. We also managed 2 nice slot drum, one 27", and another 25", (the 27 went back to fight another day).
Originally Posted by sandbar
Hit the creek on low tide this morning in search of my first flounder on the fly. Wasn't to be though. Fly courtesy of Scott H. and I lost it to a ray I'm sorry to report.
Originally Posted by Bread Man 1
Here are some pics from the past week. We have spent a lot of time fishing on tailing and crawling fish this week. Some days have really been good, a couple days have been slow. I had Timc out for the afternoon today and we had a great time. The flounder are ready and willing to eat all over the area. I hate to see summer end, but it looks like fall is rushing in. Any questions on gear etc, fire away. All fish are
Originally Posted by Durwyn
Had the opportunity to take the wife and father in law fishing this past weekend out in the pamlico. I did more coaching than fishing but it was fun!
Cruising the grass sight casting to reds and picking up the flounders hanging on the drop off!
Used gulp bait of various colors in the 3-4 inch sizes, poggies, shrimp, shad.....
My wife is the one in the action shot fighting
Originally Posted by catmaster
After seeing several pictures of Giant Drum my uncle and I had caught recently...the Old man...could not take it anymore, Dad was flyin in from Minneapolis...We picked him up at the Newbern airport, towing the boat behind us ( rolling in style ). After a torrenchal southern down pour...we sliped the boat in and headed to a favorite spot...baited up...then wham...bbbbzzzzzzzzzzzzz...fish on....ten minutes later Dad