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  1. Drum - persistence pays off

    Awarded by , 08-27-2018 at 10:04 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by BRITGUY View Post
    Have made a few evening trips to the Adams Creek vicinity in the last couple of weeks coming up short. Plenty of Blue Fish and bait around - but no action on Drum.

    Sunday morning Britgirl and I were split between heading to the salt or going out to nearer to home. Decided to try for a Drum again as we had a couple dozen fresh finger mullet that I had netted on Saturday at the cape. Late
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  2. Rose bay

    Awarded by , 08-16-2018 at 03:29 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by scwhedbee745 View Post
    Tried our luck in rose bay on 8-14. About a dozen short flounder and dozen short trout. One keeper flounder 22 and 15 trout. Bait EVERYWHERE. Talked with a few guys at the ramp and was about the same across the board. One group had 5 keeper flounder but that was best report I heard. All our fish caught on gulp and zman minnowz.
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    Inshore Fishing
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  3. Personal best largemouth at Harris

    Awarded by , 08-02-2018 at 08:01 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by klconnor View Post
    I hit Harris Lake with a buddy of mine a couple weeks ago. He destroyed me in the catch department for the first hour or so (catfish). I finally got a bite and set the hook. He is giving me a hard time about finally catching something when I see the water boil. I told him this was not a catfish but a big bass. He grabbed the net and we get the fish on board. I really wish we had a scale since this one was
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    Freshwater Fishing
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  4. Personal Best Largemouth!

    Awarded by , 07-26-2018 at 11:27 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by basswrangler View Post
    Work ended, and Cody and I headed to a pond in NE Johnston county for a little fishing before supper. The pond was beautiful, but for the first hour it was deadddddd. We fished down opposite banks and converged in a corner of the pond, commiserating over the slow fishing, and our ever-growing hunger.

    Cody went off into a shallower arm of the pond to sling the frog, and I switched back to
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    Freshwater Fishing , ‎ Kayak Fishing
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  5. Grand Nephew Gets Personal Best At HPCL.

    Awarded by , 07-19-2018 at 11:26 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by jerry condrey View Post
    Showed my grand nephew how to throw the shaky head, and he and his Dad hit HPCL today, to let the 8 year old try what he had learned. Evidently, it sunk in, as he got his largest bass ( 3 pounds plus) and a one pounder.

    Altogether they caught ten fish, all on the shaky trick worm.

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