Originally Posted by Scott Hobbs
My fishing buddy, BParker, from Raeford and I did our yearly Neuse River trip from Aug 27th thru 30th.
Monday we arrived at the cottage, put our gear away, grabbed a quick bite to take with us on the river and hit it. We made a run to check out and catch bait. Bull Reds were the quarry we were after. High winds made it hard to find bait but we did gather a few finger mullet, a couple
Originally Posted by skooteri
Joey (Turtlestew) Bob (Toba) and I hit the Neuse this weekend looking for the bull reds. The pinfish were working our cut mullet baits over (Insert Shameless plug for Minnesott Beach Bait and Tackle here) really quickly. At times they would strip a large chunk of mullet to nothing in about a minute.
Did find this one fish. Managed to send my camera to Davy Jones' locker with all the excitement.
Originally Posted by Tide Drifter
Finally made it to the beach last week and made it out New River inlet a few times (limited by lots of rain and choppy seas) and found some sea bass, flounder, nice spanish mackeral and a few sharks. Fished 1.5 to 2.0 oz jigs tipped with live finger mullet on near shore structure and found plenty of sea bass (generally small ones) while letting live finger drift out un-weighted and picked up some very nice spanish
Originally Posted by Fish Whisperer
I've taken my 3 yr old son bank fishing twice since he turned 3 back in April. The "bait" for this trip was for him to demonstrate limited fear of water and swimming ability with a life jacket on. He passed that test a few weeks ago at the neighbor's pool so it was time to give it a go in the canoe.
After tossing down some cinnamon rolls this morning
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
wow ! what a day , my buddy ,CHICK, 83 YEARS YOUNG , AND I SET A RECORD WITH 107 FLOUNDER TODAY , MOST ON GULP SHRIMP AND POGY'S . THESE 2 WERE 18 AND 19 INCHES . ALSO CAUGHT A FEW TROUT AND PUPPY DRUM . A DARK CLOUD APPEARED AT 12 NOON AND WE HEADED TO THE BOAT RAMP , TOTAL FISHING TIME WAS 5 HOURS . I'M READY TO GO BACK LOL