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  1. Saltwater Fishing
    Just moved to Leland, NC. Right off 133, Near Brunswick river park and Sturgeon creek. Just wanting to hear some fish reports about the area. Anything helps, Lures, Species, times, etc. I've been hearing that the salinity level is almost zero due to the rain in the past year, Kinda scares me! I...
  2. NC Coast
    The inshore redfish bite in lower Brunswick County and the Little River area just keeps getting stronger. The redfish are schooled up in bunches of 40 and 50 fish and they are in very shallow water. Anglers are catching them on Gulp shrimp imitations (new penny is a good color) and on live mud...
  3. NC Coast
    Weekend fishing was a bit better than I expected, which has turned out to be a late summer theme. Flounder, redfish, and black drum are all filling up coolers now instead of waiting for fall. After a slow start to the summer fishing-- especially on flounder-- has come alive. The flounder action...
  4. NC Coast
    Water temps are in the upper 60s, the weather is kicking today, and the pier and surf fishing are hot as well. The most prevalent fish is by far blues. Folks are catching bluefish of all sizes, but I have to say this is the best early May I can remember on the southeastern coast for the big...
  5. NC Coast
    It was a beautiful weekend during which the piers reported their first decent catches of blues and Spanish. The jetties have big trout and lots of redfish, while flounder are abundant but mostly undersized right now. Lots of black drum still hitting inshore. Best baits are pencil plugs for the...
  6. NC Coast
    Here’s a first: I’m starting with traffic. Smoke and ash from the South Carolina wildfire poured into Brunswick County late Thursday and Friday and travelers south are advised of low visibility and closed roads around the North Myrtle Beach area. The fire is still burning and only 50 percent...
  7. NC Coast
    Nothing much has changed since yesterday, probably because the wind was absolutely howling. However, I heard several reports from the piers this morning, both in Brunswick County and up the coast, that today's anglers are once again pulling in good numbers (and sizes) of sea mullet and black...
  8. NC Coast
    Reports are already streaming in from this weekend, filled with nice weather and nice fish. Although the wind hasn’t exactly died down, the sun is shinning and today looks like another good day to go fishing. Water temps are in the low 60s and edging up. The big news is about the big speckled...
  9. NC Coast
    It looks like it's gonna be a great weekend to go fishing! Bright sunshine will abound, and although there WILL be wind it won't be half as bad as what we've seen on recent weekends. If you can go, you should go. I am trying not to give in to hyperbole, but frankly this is the best start to a...
  10. Meet and Greet
    Hi Everyone! Like the other guys here I've just come across this forum. I'm no expert on saltwater fishing, but I've been into going after flounder once in a while here on the waterway. I'm looking forward to getting into redfish and speck fishing inshore, and maybe a bit of nearshore fishing...
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