Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
Its been a while since I have posted anything been a tough 3 months with health issues nothing life threatening though.
Locally the fishing has been up and down just like the weather warm and cold! The local creeks have produced some nice trout in the backs one day and nothing the next. Crazy, just have to keep going and moving. Trout and rock have been caught in New Bern area in good numbers will
Originally Posted by broncotwisterjim
Belews was living up to it's TOUGH reputation again today! I was busy all day, but saw a 2 hour window this afternoon that I could get in a few casts and the thoughts of fishing in January in my t-shirt was more than I could turn down. Put in at Piney Bluff @ 2:45 and fishing by 3pm. First fish on by 3:30 (Make that first 2 fish!)
It slowed then to only one at a time, but
Originally Posted by hookedontrout
I have been fortunate to hit some DH streams lately. The stockers provide some fun after being beat up by the bluelines, but they do get pretty picky after a few weeks. I am not getting quantity but the last two trips have produced two of the biggest trout I have ever caught. The key for me has been mixing it up and throwing lots of nymphs at them.
Originally Posted by wingsdlc
Had a nice morning on the water. Was on the water by about 7:30 and off the water by shortly after 10 just before things got too crazy for my liking around there.
Hooked into more chunk male brookies than ever before. They have to be brood stockers. Most of them has some fresh wounds. Also caught a nice brown towards the end of my adventure. Probably my best Wilson Creek brown.
Originally Posted by scottshillfisher
Lately the kids have become Minecraft freaks and today I managed to get one of them out on the water away from the computer. The tide was super high so we had to pitch our baits up into the grass to get bit. Thanks to Power Pro we scored a pair of 29 inch drum and one at 20 inches. My partner got tired so I dropped him off, changed locations and caught 2 hand sized flounder and a rat red on plastics while