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  1. Smith River - 20 Sep 08

    Awarded by , 09-21-2008 at 08:52 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by al k
    Made a quick trip to Bassett this weekend to check my cabin which needed a lawn mowing. While there I found time to do a little fishing. I had a new set of waders and wading shoes to break in so spent part of Saturday afternoon down in a section known as "the hayfields" which is south of Bassett.

    Water was crystal clear but I soon put the "skunk" behind me with this 6-8 inch brown.
  2. September Report

    Awarded by , 09-16-2008 at 03:26 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by fishnwarrior
    I had a father and his two sons on a near shore trip and they told me they wanted to catch big fish and did not care about fish to eat. The Atlas was covered with AJ's and they had a ball for about two hours until they gave out and up. The Spanish bite has been consistent and will only get better over the next month. Offshore the wahoo bite is picking up and we have caught some dolphin as well. Looks like the fall fishing is cranking up so let's get out there and have some fun.
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  3. Labor Day Neuse River News

    Awarded by , 09-02-2008 at 04:52 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle
    Drum, Drum and more Old Drum. How about wife with her first. If you haven't caught one, nows the time. Don't have to fish at night but you can. Fish drops and ledges with FRESH bait and plenty of it. Blue fish and other bait stealers are hungry too.
    Nice slot drum catches with flounder (most too small) mixed.
    Spanish mackeral in river feed on all this bait. Trolling with spoons or plugging when they are seen feeding works.
  4. Smith River - 29 Aug 08

    Awarded by , 08-30-2008 at 09:50 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by al k
    Made the run to the Smith River on Thursday, August 28th, to fish with a friend over the next few days but we called it off when we discovered the area had received about 6 inches of much needed rain in the past 48 hours and more was in the forecast. The water down by Stanleytown Bridge was the color of well creamed coffee. Experience has taught me that a little color is a good thing but that much color pretty well shuts down the fishery. Thankfully, the daily generation surge clears things out
  5. Big Drum at Wrightsville Beach

    Awarded by , 08-27-2008 at 07:59 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Capt. Rick Bennett
    Hi Folks,
    When we are not catching spanish we are fighting some pretty nice red drum on lite tackle. Spanish macs have been the fish of this season thus far, but we cannot forget our popular inshore friends the reds, flounder and trout. Fall fishing is just around the corner and all three will be chomping.

    A note for your address book. I am changing my email address to [email protected]