Originally Posted by Meakle
Thanks to Swampin' and Basswrangler for the info on Lea Island and South topsail in earlier reply to my request, much appreciated!
I enjoyed a week on South end of Topsail, stayed sound side on Banks channel and fished mostly from a dock and a few Kayak trips into the marsh. Managed to catch 9 Flounder with 4 keepers. Kayak trips were the best, what a great way to fish!
Originally Posted by crabman00
Fished with my grandson Wednesday for a few hours. Pretty slow going, but he still had a smile on his face. He loves to fish, but only gets to visit a couple weeks per year. Wish he could be here all year.
Originally Posted by j.edwards
I decided to try out some new waters this weekend. Seeing there was an inshore tournament on Saturday in the Swan Quarter area, I made the decision to head a little further south to the Neuse. After a quick chat with Captain Dave of Minnesott Beach Bait & Tackle (Pamlico Tackle), I had a starting point.
We were on the water at 6:30 and making our way out of the main creek. I wanted to make about
Originally Posted by Mark B
Since I live in Cary which is not super close to the saltwater, I decided to make a day trip out to Nags Head for some spanish mackeral or whatever I could catch. The temps were great, with a nice easy breeze, so it wasn't crazy hot.
I fished from 10am-4pm with a decent enough bite of blues to keep me plugging along. At the end of the day I ended up with 2 spanish, and 1 pomp, 6 taylor blues. I
Originally Posted by Vitamin Sea
The wife and I took a trip to Hatteras last week with one goal in mind: Successfully boat our first Dolphin. Our first stop was the Pelican's Roost to buy bait and ballyhoo rigs, since I had none. The owner was very friendly and had some good tips about Clark Spoons versus another brand that he stocks (can't remember the name). He said that Clark Spoons are now made in China and have cheap hooks that easily rust