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  1. Topsail 10/3-10/7

    Awarded by , 10-09-2011 at 08:46 AM

    Quote Originally Posted by greg12345 View Post
    Hit Topsail for 5d for a trip with the wife this past week:

    MON & TUES (10/3-10/4) conditions were pomp-perfect, W wind 0-5, water crystal clear, fished just N of JR pier w/live sand fleas out as far as I could throw it, landed 6 pomps with 2 citations (3lb 2oz, 2lb 4oz...forgot the tape measure but my feet are size 12 to get a size reference in the pic below) which I kept, the other
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  2. 6/15/11 Oceanana Pier report (first Cobia!!)

    Awarded by , 06-17-2011 at 07:03 AM

    Quote Originally Posted by Mss1209 View Post
    Drove down to catch the sunset bite and stay the night for the morning bite and some night fishing. I got there at around 6, the spanish bite was good but nothing special and they were smaller, I got about six in the cooler and lost one really nice smack. water was semi clear and the wind was low but coming from the north so i knew the morning was going to be nice. Night fishing was fun, there were a ton of bait
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  3. Sea View Pier 5-1-2011

    Awarded by , 05-01-2011 at 08:39 PM

    Quote Originally Posted by TimC View Post
    Today I fished the Sea View pier from 7AM until 7:30PM and the chopper blues were biting. When I got to the pier they have already caught three chopper blues. Those were on cut bait fishing near the suds. So I put out the king rig and pulled in the first chopper of the day off the king rigs which weight 9.9 pounds. A couple more chopper were landed and then I got my seconds at 7.6 pounds. During lunch I was
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  4. Spanish mackerel blowout on Ocean Isle Pier (by Saltyweeks)

    Awarded by , 05-20-2010 at 09:44 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by saltyweeks View Post


    I just got back from a week-long trip to the coast where I absolutely slayed the Spanish Mackerel from the Ocean Isle Pier, as well as catching many whiting (sea mullet). I also had some good flounder fishing with a friend inshore at the Sunset Beach Bridge.

    By far the highlight of the trip was the Spanish mackerel fishing. Spanish mackerel and bluefish were hitting for several days off and
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