Carteret County Flatties, Spanish and our first King
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    Default Carteret County Flatties, Spanish and our first King

    Caught the 20" flounder in Bogue Sound Saturday morning early casting around the shoreline. Sunday we headed out early and relatively quickly landed what we thought were 3 Spanish on live mullet just west of Beaufort Inlet - all before 8am. By the time we landed the third, we were joined by a dozen boats so we headed up toward the Cape - more boats including 2 netters and their standard flock of birds. So we cruised back, enjoyed the beautiful weather, stopped in Morehead for lunch, and called it a day. We found out later by the experts that the larger of the 3 Spanish was a juvenile king (just legal at 24.5"). Great weekend by our standards, I'm just glad my boys still enjoy fishing with their old man.



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    Nice work bud.
    "What we do in life, echoes in eternity." - Gladiator

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    Thanks fellas

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    Right on. Looks like some good eating to me.

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