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  1. Minnesott Beach Bait & Tackle Still Alive

    Quote Originally Posted by Pamlico Tackle View Post
    It’s been a while since I have posted anything – been a tough 3 months with health issues – nothing life threatening though.
    Locally the fishing has been up and down just like the weather – warm and cold! The local creeks have produced some nice trout in the backs one day and nothing the next. Crazy, just have to keep going and moving. Trout and rock have been caught in New Bern area in good numbers will
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  2. Trying to defeat Mine Craft

    Quote Originally Posted by scottshillfisher View Post
    Lately the kids have become Minecraft freaks and today I managed to get one of them out on the water away from the computer. The tide was super high so we had to pitch our baits up into the grass to get bit. Thanks to Power Pro we scored a pair of 29 inch drum and one at 20 inches. My partner got tired so I dropped him off, changed locations and caught 2 hand sized flounder and a rat red on plastics while
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  3. h2ohhh escapes the heat


    Quote Originally Posted by h2ohhh View Post
    Headed up into beautiful Mitchell County this past weekend to escape the heat of the lowlands and get back to my roots which is stream fishing for trout. Went with my friend Lloyd who at 73 years old is amazing. He can still scramble around boulder infested streams like a billy goat and hung with me all day long. We fished a small tributary with rapid drops (read 'tough to access) and beautiful pools near the
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  4. Overslot reds, citation specks, and HUGE bluefish all on topwater 7/11/12

    Quote Originally Posted by Bread Man 1 View Post
    I have not had time to post a report the past few days. Here is today's trip. The bite is on fire. All on topwater.
    4" Badonkadonks, Top dogs, and Top Jrs. Double and triple topwater hookups the past two days. The best bite was 10-1pm. Biggest trout was 25" biggest red was 31".




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  5. Tarheel Fly Flinger - New Years Eve Spec Trout!!

    Quote Originally Posted by tarheel fly flinger View Post
    Rhonda and I wanted to get in one more trip in before the cold snap and with the wind direction we opted for Blounts Creek. We fished the afternoon and hoped to catch some Stripers but the wind was strong enough to blow the water out to a low level. The fish were nowhere to be found but right at sunset I had a really good hit and to my surprise it was a really good trout!! One minute later Rhonda had a hard hit but
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