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  1. Smith River TU "Meet & Greet" DGIF CPO's - Sept 4th

    Awarded by , 08-04-2008 at 02:30 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by al k
    I am getting this out a little early because I am out of the net for a couple weeks. Just want you to put this one on your calendar now. Please reserve Sept 4th for a "Meet & Greet" of our newly assigned DGIF Conservation Police Officers (Previously called Game Wardens) Please note that we changed the meeting time to 6pm - don't put it on auto pilot and show up late.

    Smith River Trout Unlimited will meet at Rania's Restaurant in uptown Martinsville, on Thursday, September
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  2. Hot Fishing in Hot Weather

    Awarded by , 07-30-2008 at 01:42 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Capt. Rick Bennett
    Hi Folks,
    Water temps inshore are in the mid 80's and off the beach the low 80's. That simply means fish in deeper spots. Inshore that can mean 8' instead of 3' or in the ocean, 45' instead of 15'. We have had a very good past week doing just that; catching spanish macs in 40 feet or more and reds in 8 feet instead of the usual 3-4 feet.

    Now here's my report:

    Inshore: Finger mullet have shown up
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  3. First report from Capt. Dave on the Pamlico Tackle Report

    Awarded by , 07-22-2008 at 10:12 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by kneedeep
    Let me introduce myself. I am Capt. Dave Stewart of Knee Deep Charters/Minnesott Beach Bait & Tackle. I am happy to join NCangler.com as a Blog Captain and look forward to posting regular fishing reports from our area of the state. Please feel free to contact me about area fishing and tackle needs. We are located in Minnesott Beach and cover the lower Neuse River and Pamlico Sound area.

    Just got in off a "hot" morning - lots of small trout and flounder around fishing
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  4. August Fishing in July

    Awarded by , 07-21-2008 at 02:11 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by fishnwarrior
    Well folks I've stayed pretty busy fishing with just some catching. As most guys will attest we're having August fishing in July. I think those real hot days we had in June did us in. Last year in July I could go to 14 and catch 15-20 small dolphin about every trip, but not this year. Enough of complaining and making excuses, it is what it is. Offshore we have caught some dolphin, not a bunch but some, some wahoo and
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  5. "Swell" Fishing and the Flounder and Reds are Biting

    Awarded by , 07-17-2008 at 07:41 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Capt. Rick Bennett
    Hi Folks,
    The high swell from Bertha has taken its toll on fishing beyond the inlets this past week. Add to that the recent rains mucking up the inshore fishing and it has been somewhat of a difficult week. We have managed to catch a few fish though, mostly reds and flounder inshore. Things should be settling down rapidly and the weekend looks good. Now here's my report:

    Inshore:
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