Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
Best day this season - quality fish found on DOA Lures. Andys first slot 22" drum inhaled the DOA Terroeyz as all other fish that eat it do. Dan and Robert landed large rock and drum on DOA Deadly Combo ] . Then on the other waters. The New DOA Shrimp took over action - nice trout and drum. Great to see some nice fish - looks like we may have a good summer on slot drum!
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
After a beautiful sunrise at swanquarter we caught a super slam of flounder , trout , drum , rock , croaker , crabs and a skate . This was our first trip to the pam and look forward to many more . Hope the wind will take a rest next time , worked the old man pretty good on the trollin motor !!!!
Originally Posted by NCangler
I learned yesterday that Kevin Dunphy (known on NCangler.com as Lefty) lost his battle with cancer on Thursday. Kevin served as a moderator on NCangler.com for several years and was a fishing friend of many on this website. He was also a great husband, father and servant in his local church. Kevin will be missed by his family and friends but he has left a legacy of faithful stewardship and
Originally Posted by Bass McMasterson
The family spent memorial weekend in a cabin on my new favorite wnc river. We chose a great stretch that really produced. Over 30 smallies, 10 rainbows, I think 6 rock bass, and even a couple suckers.*
Great weekend that saw my oldest son catch his first smallmouth and rainbow trout, and I landed trout, smallmouth and rock bass on a fly rod for the first time. I lost what appeared to
Originally Posted by slow-1
Two buddies and I went to Randleman Regional Reservoir yesterday. Despite the heat we had a pretty good day, 22 fish, 20 of which were bass, and most were keeper size and up (all were released).
We found the fish mostly in 8-10 feet of water near main lake deep water. Crank baits and rubber worms fished Texas and Carolina Rigged.