Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
Not the best weather can bring out some of the best fishing!
NE wind making it hard to find fishable spots but endeavoring to persevere can prove it can be done.
I had the Holly Springs NC gang –
and Paul ,
Originally Posted by Whitewater
With fairly consistent water levels and weather recently, I had the chance to hit the waters hard over the last weekend. I fished with my wife on Sunday and my good friend Cory on Saturday, both trips were on the French Broad River. These trips produces good varieties of fish including many smallmouth bass, bream, one musky 14in., rock bass red-eyed, and one 18 3/4in. Rainbow Trout on a mepps in-line spinner. The
Originally Posted by NCStateFisher
Headed down to Surf City for the first time from Thursday until today. Want to thank Scott Hobbs for giving me some good suggestions on spots to fish and everybody at East Coast Sports for providing some great products and customer service. Captain Chris is just as nice in person as he is in his fishing reports. While this trip was more vacation and downtime than fishing I still came out pretty good!
Originally Posted by Spider Crack
Launched from Taylor's Creek in Beaufort this morning before dawn. Took us a while to find fish. No signs of birds or fish at Beaufort or Barden Inlet, and ran the west side of the CL shoals for miles without locating fish. Dropped a couple of Yo-Zuri DDs in the water just west of Shark Island, and began to pick up decent sized Spanish and blues (2-3lbs). When a fish hit my trolling rig like a freight train, I
Originally Posted by wademaster
I left work a few hours early this afternoon to "take care of a couple things".....those things were easily taken care of and to my surprise I found myself at a fishing hole.....imagine that!
Ended up with only 3 bass, but I had at least 40 bites from the dreaded "tail-biters".....they made off with one of my lizard's tails to brag about to their underwater cronies.....