Originally Posted by wademaster
I hit the road this morning to check this river out for the first time. I was forced to get a considerably late start due to getting the child ready for baby school while the mother got primped for her workday.
Good looking river. Always a little confusing when you don't know where you're going.
I don't know what the deal was, kept losing fish. Lost several while nymphing and
Originally Posted by BennyB
Have been having a slow, but big season so far, catching in general a few large fish, but not my usual numbers. This all changed Friday. I have been noticing the fish schooling together really going after young fry and baitfish up shallow. I threw a spook and learned quickly I made the right decision. I landed fish after fish, all above 2.5lbs. It seemed like every cast I had better be ready for a blow up. I
Originally Posted by Fish Whisperer
I've recently taken a position at another site within my company which has resulted in moving my family from the Triangle to the Triad of North Carolina. The Triad is a familiar place, as I grew up in the town on Kernersville, NC in Forsyth County.
Although I know the Triad area well, I don't know where all the good fishing holes are located. With only 1.5 hours between Raleigh and Kernersville,
Originally Posted by Kentucky
It was a hot summer evening, just before a storm front moved in. The bass had been moving/staying deep most of the past week. I yak'd up to a submerged road bed fishing 2-15ft with a jig. After a few casts in the same area, I had retrieved my jig right under the boat. I felt it hit the bottom then a huge bite right after. I gave it a few seconds and let her run with it for a second. I then lowered my rod, reeled up
Originally Posted by LET'SGOYAKIN
This past Saturday my nephews and I took a ride out to an area near the Pamlico Sound. We started a little further out and worked our way back in, the stupid pinfish kept eating the tails off my gulps! Once we got back in...it was on. We were able to lay into some flatties quickly. The good thing was the clouds Saturday morning. It was cool until 9ish. Once the sun came out the heat was prevalent and the bite