Originally Posted by trigger22
Had a great day today with the family at the Cape. We set out hoping the horses would grace us with their presence and then try to find some blow toads. The horses didn't disappoint, they were hanging out in the open as we came through short turn and it didn't take long to find the blow toads. It was nonstop action from the time my first mate set the anchor, until he pulled it up and received a promotion
Originally Posted by WNCSLIM
4-7-15 Fontana Had the pleasure of fishing with grands Dan and Julie and grandson Ray. Rain stopped just in time and for the first time in a while we didn't have to fight the wind or cold. Started out in Greasy Branch with just one walleye and a couple of small spots and finally moved up to the Tuck. Almost everywhere we stopped I marked large spots and walleye, but they just would not hit live bait or jigs. Put out
Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt
Me billy and bobby made a run down to hwy 45 bridge ramp and hoping we didn't get fooled . The wind was up a little but that didn't stop the hungary rock from chewin . We caught 30 or more and brought home our 3 man limit . Got a new camera and got to fix tha date .
Originally Posted by Tackleboxhero
Well my kayak wars team has had an excellent March. Problem this weekend is we've maxed spotted bass, crappie, chain pickerel, sunfish, and largemouth bass for the month. I had the option of shooting for some more blue cats or trying something different. I opted for different. I decided to head to Lake James in search of Smallmouth Bass. I figured with me now being navionics equipped I could troll the lake a lot more
Originally Posted by j.edwards
Had another great Sunday on the Roanoke River. Picked up some herring from the Roanoke Sportsman and got on the water around 10 this morning. Was a little cold but well worth it. Caught 2 in the first 10 minutes then our spot went cold. Moved a little further up and caught 6 more. Brought home a 19, 2 20s, and a 21. We were checked by a wildlife officer when we returned to the ramp. He didn't hassle us too much.