Originally Posted by Fishing_RN
Just wanted to share a short report. Went out on Harris today, put in at the bridge at 0730 and there was fog everywhere, which I thought was a good deal since the fish would be closer to the surface. As I got close to the weedline, I see bass busting on top. Pulled out my favorite lure - a chug bug (babybass) and hooked up on the first cast. The bass were crushing it, I mean with hate and discontent! I ended
Originally Posted by tarheel fly flinger
We went to Bay River Camp Ground and had a GREAT day!! Rhonda and I landed close to 30 Specs on barbless hooks and released. The weather was calm in the morning and I had 3 Reds on topwater fly but could not keep them buttoned. The south wind increased to 17 + and I switched to popping cork and landed this Red.
Originally Posted by michaelg
First off I need to say that if someone was telling me what I'm getting ready to report I wouldn't believe them either. LOL All I can say is that we had a year on the Roanoke that I don't think we'll ever beat unless we get into some big fish one year. This trip started off years ago with us staying in Raleigh with my in-laws and driving up each day for a few days to fish with bass minnows, and with gas prices it has evolved into a few days
Originally Posted by riverpirate
With temps stabilizing as the weather gets better, decided to get away from the drum and blues and go for some bottom fish today. Good choice. My sister got a nice pomp 1lb 14oz. I got a short flounder and a baby shark somehow I always get outfished when I bring her along,.
Originally Posted by wademaster
So Castman7 (my brother) and I decided to go big bluegill hunting this evening. It started raining but we didn't stop....I'm glad. We caught several gills close to a pound before he caught the biggest bluegill that I've seen with my own eyes. I tried several jigs with no luck. I caught a few with a Gulp! cricket and Gulp! minnow. Then he says he's got a good one. After at least a minute or two of fighting this fish