Originally Posted by Linesider2
I finally made it out this weekend to look for the old drum and was able to get two during the weekend. Me and a buddy went out early in the morning Saturday and Sunday. We only landed one each morning and I was lucky enough to land both. I'm sure he'll catch them all next time! These two are only the second and third I've caught. I've been looking forward to this time since I caught my first big-un two years
Originally Posted by Doc_Love
My oldest son Matthew (now 13) and I hit the water running Tuesday morning (8/14/2012) at the High Point City Lake Park. We had huge expectations after recently going thru the Jerry Condrey & Mike (RiverRat) school of bassin' over the past couple of weeks out there.
They open at 7AM, we had the car unloaded and our gear in the rental boat before the office doors were open. The air temp was in low
Originally Posted by NCangler
My daughter Jessie is headed to college next week and before leaving home she really wanted to catch at least one old red drum near our family home in Oriental. So this morning we met Capt. Dave Stewart of PamlicoTackle.com (Knee Deep Charters/Minnesott Beach Bait and Tackle) at the wildlife ramp in Oriental at 6AM. We fished till 11AM and boated three nice old Red Drum. Jessie boated two by herself and I
Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
Dodge the storms and catch trout and flounder (maybe a pup too). There are still lots of trout along the river shore and down river creeks and bays. Work the shores thoroughly fishing tight to bank and also out away from shore too. Pay close attention to bait around you; may have an Old Drum below it.
This should be the week to get fired up for Big Drum. I have had several reports of some fish being
Originally Posted by turtlestew
Toba and I headed west to the mountains this weekend to try and catch some smallies. We wanted to do some river fishing but with the recent rains figured it was best to stay on a lake, so we decided on Lake James. I arrived at Bob's house around 5:30 Saturday morning in Pittsboro and we were on the water by 9am after a few stops.
We fished all day Saturday and a half day Sunday. Saturday was painfully