Originally Posted by joeyb
TacoBo and I had our very own "Hobie Adventure" on Saturday...we got together for some Striper fishing and each caught 2. Was a little on the cool side with temps hovering around the lower 20's at blastoff..but the fishing action got us warmed up pretty good early on, as we caught 3 in the first hr or so. We also had a mixed
Originally Posted by tarheel fly flinger
Rhonda and I wanted to get in one more trip in before the cold snap and with the wind direction we opted for Blounts Creek. We fished the afternoon and hoped to catch some Stripers but the wind was strong enough to blow the water out to a low level. The fish were nowhere to be found but right at sunset I had a really good hit and to my surprise it was a really good trout!! One minute later Rhonda had a hard hit but
Originally Posted by RaymondWells
Today was my last vacation day, where I work its "use them or loose them" so I took off the last few days extending the Thanksgiving weekend. I decided to hit Kerr Scott Reservoir but went to the Ranger Station put in rather than my normal one at Boomer Park. It was extremely windy and there was quite a "chop" on the water but I decided to give it a try anyway.
Originally Posted by finstalker
Got a call last night from mrpossumtail (Ken) asking if I would be interested in a Yadkin float today. Seeing as the yak was already loaded on the truck and my tackle was ready, I said yes. I met Ken and Jim at the Shoals access about 10 o'clock. After a quick round of introductions we started downriver to Donaha.
This was my first time on this section and I really didn't know what to expect. The first mile
Originally Posted by mookie
Mike and I took the day off yesterday to meet up and do a little pre-cold front fishing yesterday. We were joined by Doug who called at the last minute and met us at the put-in. The river we were fishing holds Largemouth, Spotted Bass and my favorite.....Smallies.
We were hoping for a good day as conditions seemed right for it.
Temps in the mid 70's, pretty clear water for this flow,