Originally Posted by s2shephe
Went down to the Eno for some ultralight fishing. Didn't mean to stay there as long as I did but the fishing was great!
Was fishing with a beetle spin and a microtube under a float. Then I thought I would switch to a bait I haven't fished in years for some reason but used to kill with: a weightless microtube. That made all the difference. Caught tons of sunfish (various species; I am still not familiar
Originally Posted by Fish Whisperer
I had to be home by 12:30 to relieve my wife for her afternoon plans. I wanted to try a section I've scouted, but never fished. It's 1.5 hrs from my house, so I wouldn't have much time to fish.
I'd heard there were crappie in this section. Last night I loaded a small cooler with ice, rigged up my lighter spinning gear, grabbed one baitcaster, tossed the small jigs in my box, and loaded
Originally Posted by AHODGES21
Made our annual trip down to Oriental to play with the big boys Tueday night. We had heard the bite was all the way out to the Pamlico so we made the 10-12 mile run out of Oriental. My son in law Jamie caught one just before dark. The radar showed a storm that was going to be close so we decided to go back in and avoid the lightning.
Originally Posted by nc35hunter
My buddy Bill and I put 4 mid to upper slot drum in the boat on Friday. We didn't have many bites, but were fortunate to land 4 out of the 5 we hooked. All of them hit live mullet near the grass line, and the first 2 were a double-header. We had been fishing for a while, and it was a relief to get those 2 in the boat, since one of them was Bill's first drum. Other than that we only got 1 short flounder, 1 trout on
Originally Posted by mdkramp
I went out two weekends ago to one of my favorite put in's, and for the first time all year, I was catching a lot of bass in running water. I was excited. Even the big girls were frisky. So, this past Saturday I decided I would go upstream and put-in at a new spot that I had scouted and float all day down to the previous put-in/takeout catching running water bass along the way with my wife, Sarah. I had never tried