Originally Posted by mhcflyfisher
You're right ste6168! Those albies on a fly are alot of fun too.
Let's all keep our fingers crossed for good weather too.
Originally Posted by TacoBo
Tried my luck on Norman again today hoping for the same luck I had a week ago (http://www.ncangler.com/forums/threa...orman-Kayaking). Same exact pattern as last time, except today I had help! I launched from our undisclosed location today about an hour before first light. Wanted to do some scouting before Stew showed up to make sure I could put him on some fish. I think fishing has been tough
Originally Posted by SurfRider
Had the pleasure of good company today with Doc_Love. We met up at Randleman Reservoir mid morning with about 4 or 5 hours to fish. It was slower than we would have thought with the weather being so pretty, but we managed a few fish.
Sunny, nearly bluebird sky with just some high cirrus clouds
Air temp was a pleasant 70-ish
Wind South and variable between light and 10mph
Originally Posted by dbeam
After cancelling my planned trip to Bay River i decided to make a trip to see if I could catch a freshwater trout. Frank, a co-worker agreed to go with me. This was his second trip trout fishing 1 of only a handful of fishing trips he has ever made. After eating the great breakfast his wife had prepared to see us off we rode to Wilson Creek arriving around 7:30 to temps in the 30's and a light drizzle. Frank picked
Originally Posted by Pesky
With the holiday season starting to arrive my calendar starts to fill up making trips to the trout hole more precious. Having an annual Thanksgiving dinner with friends on this past Saturday evening in Raleigh, I managed to squeeze in some time on the Bay River in Bayboro Saturday morning. My Nephew met me in Grantsboro, up from UNCW staying with my parents in Arapahoe. I have been catching a lot of trout on the river