Originally Posted by al k
Spent a few days at my "get-away" place which is less then a mile from the Smith River in Bassett VA. After doing the usual "mow the lawn and tidy up the place" that every vacation home owner faces, I found a couple hours on Friday morning for fishing. My destination was a short section known by some of the locals and many of the Smith River regulars as "the hayfields". It is a combination
Originally Posted by captainbutch
What can I say but yes, I have been a little slack lately with the reports. But, I can't take all the blame, the weather (winds) has had a hand in it as well, a lot of cancellations going on this year due to rough conditions. I won't go if I don't feel it's 100% safe and I hope you can respect that.
However, we did get to go offshore on a bottom fishing trip on the 16th with Andy
(I'm not sure if we lost some content in the migration to the new blog system or if this post never got finished. These are some links to versions of NCangler.com from the past, using the internet archive project - www.archive.org. Interesting to look back and see some of the old names, faces, and counts, and a cool website for checking on history.)
Originally Posted by fishnwarrior
Wind, wind, and more wind sums up the spring so far. Only managed to get in three trips the entire month and lost four. Sorry to say but not a single tuna was caught? We caught some nice dolphin, a few wahoos and kings and jigged up a bunch of amber jacks and a few nice grouper. May is starting out windy as well and have already cancelled two charters. Things will get better just don't know when so everyone hang in there.
Originally Posted by Sniper
It's that time of year again! Time to pursue the ever-elusive striped bass on Jordan Lake, Kerr Lake and the Roanoke River. Striper Sniper Adventures experienced some phenomenal fishing during 2008 with over 400 stripers boated including a couple over 15 pounds! We expect 2009 to be no exception as we are currently gearing up for this Spring. May should provide some exciting planer board fishing while