Originally Posted by catmaster
Well, guys here goes round 3. After being skunked the previous two trips, I headed out again to the Pam.
In the morning I took my kayak out to fish around the rocks at Oriental...To my surprise by 7:40 am I had landed three flounder (shortys ) and a keeper spec...So far so good...By 9:00 am it was so hot, it was almost unbelievable, so I headed back to my Uncles house..Being completely sleep deprived I passed
Originally Posted by SurfRider
Let me preface by saying that I owe my love (obsession?) for bass fishing to my dad. He's a great guy, a fantastic father, and I have always said if I end up half the dad he was, I'll be doing well. However, something happened about 6 or 7 years ago to him... he got into trout fishing. He is a cerebral person, and I think between the access to fishing without the work of a boat, the intellectual pursuit of matching
Originally Posted by chrisleggett6
Me and some friends went on the Pamlico last night to try for some old big drum. We hit the water at 5pm. A storm came threw so everyone elft the water..... they should have stuck it out. We went to a nearby house dock and tied up. The owner were nice enough to let us stand under there house while the storm passed. After the storm there was no wind and the water was flat as glass. We went back to our little honey
Originally Posted by NCStateFisher
Went out for bass this morning for the first time in about 6 weeks. During the summer once I get in the swing of saltwater fishing its tough for me to go back to the fresh sometimes. Finished my custom rod with E.P in May and had yet to land anything over about 3.5lbs on it and had a good feeling about today.
Got out to the pond about 6:45 and started working up the bank. There's about a 60 yard stretch
Originally Posted by Bread Man 1
The pics say it all. About 99% of the fish have been on topwater. I have fished from S-boro to Fig 8 over the past week. The two biggest trout both went 26" over the past week, we did have another 7+ pound fish on in the Fig 8 area one day, and a few big ones lost here around the house. We have been throwing a lot of She Dogs and She Pups. The flounder have been fired up as well, but have not been able to leave