Originally Posted by Sea weed
Camped out Saturday on the lower neuse with a plan to target trout with top water lures. Plan came together with good trout numbers and a big 28" caught this morning. Wife lost a nice one about the same size last night. Can't wait to do it again!
Originally Posted by Fish Whisperer
I had this small flow on my radar for months. Conditions seemed good, so I ventured out to a river I've never fished before. Armed with some good local knowledge, I managed to boat over 40 fish. Although, most were very small. Biggest bass was ~2.5 lbs, most were <12". Aside from the Roanokes, the highlight of the trip was my first ever yellow perch, caught on a Yum t-rigged crawfish.
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 Luni
Well it was my last weekend before starting classes and I wanted to make sure I got plenty of time on the water so whenever the impulse hit I threw the kayak in the truck and went out to my favorite spot. After fishing a few lakes in the area in the last couple months I found one that consistently produces 2+lbs bass on a small pond and I've been going back regularly to learn
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.