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  1. Cape Lookout report, 5/1 & 5/2

    Awarded by , 05-04-2011 at 07:33 AM

    Quote Originally Posted by GanzAndere View Post
    My friend Barry & I launched from Harker's Island Fishing Center a couple of hours after dawn on Sunday, and headed to the CL jetty. Picked up some nice spanish and small blues early working gotcha plugs near the rocks. bite ended ca. 10am, so we pulled anchor and headed to the shoals. never located fish, but found huge schools of menhaden that looked like
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  2. Flounder gigging 4/14/11

    Awarded by , 04-26-2011 at 08:33 PM

    Quote Originally Posted by Topsail Angler View Post
    I had the pleasure of going gigging for a few hours with Breadman last night. The wind was calm and the tide falling so we headed out just as it got dark. It didn't take long before we had the first fish in the boat. Within an hour and a half I had gigged a 6 fish limit including the two 5 pounders in the picture. We stayed for another hour or so and gigged a few more fish. We saw lots of
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  3. Bay river campground and two flingers!! 10 -5-10 - tarheel fly flinger

    Awarded by , 10-07-2010 at 12:49 AM

    Quote Originally Posted by tarheel fly flinger View Post
    Jared and I went to Bay River when we had the afternoon off . We were met by Hubert and the hospitality has not ended!!! He was glad to see us ...we got a big welcome! He told us some of the productive fishing spots and we headed out to the left side as suggested by Hubert, in the bay by the camp ground. The wind was stiff and the water was high but in 10 mins I had a 14 inch Trout on a 808 Mirror Lure! We
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  4. Seaview Pier Flounder for Dinner 10/5/10 by Bread Man 1

    Awarded by , 10-07-2010 at 12:36 AM

    Quote Originally Posted by Bread Man 1 View Post
    Hit the pier after I took my little one to school. It took 4-5 casts with the net to have 3-4 dozen mullets, and I was off. Still bait in the backwaters. The pier was slow, spot here, mullet there, red here, trout there. I did see a pompano with black and red fins caught. Pretty fish. Water was a green/brown muddy color, low tide was clear. Only managed 6 keeper flounder, and some little ones. I threw two small
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  5. Day 2: Oriental Red Drum Fishing trip

    Awarded by , 09-08-2010 at 09:20 PM

    It was a little slower today than last and the wind was up a good bit more but still a beautiful afternoon on the water. Mike had the first old Red Drum to the boat around 5:15 and I followed suit about 6:30, with a skate in between.

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