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  1. Meet and Greet
    Greetings I am born and raised in the mountains of East Tennessee and have vacationed 2-3 times a year on Topsail Island since 2004. Now, thanks to the good lord above, my wife and I have property on the island and our own spot in Surf City. I have fished for years in the canals and sound side...
  2. Saltwater Fishing
    Hi I have a 16 lowe roughtneck cc 50 hp Yamaha and looking to start fishing masonboro inlet.Id love to catch some trout,spanish,maybe try king.If you know area and want tag along and show me the ropes your welcome to come along.Any ifo would be appreciated also.
  3. Meet and Greet
    Hi All, I am new to the boards here and wanted to say hello and introduce myself. I'm originally from God's country, Deep Run, NC. I live in Clayton, NC now, but still spend a lot of time on the farm in Deep Run as well as the coast around Emerald Isle/Swansboro. I love to fish and fish...
  4. Meet and Greet
    Hey Everybody! I'm new to this site and wanted to give a shout out to everybody! I am originally from Morehead City, but have been living in the Raleigh/Garner area for the past 35 years. I purchased a 24ft Sea Ray Sundancer a year ago and have started coming down to my old stomping grounds to...
  5. Saltwater Fishing
    Don't the Spanish usually start showing up closer to the beach in April, or am I wrong? I probably won't be able to get down to Emerald Isle until around April, but possibly before. But if they are around when I'm down there for Spring Break in April I'll be at Bogue Inlet Pier casting a Gotcha...
  6. Saltwater Fishing
    Fished BIP Friday evening and caught a couple of bluefish and a spanish throwing the Gotcha. They hooked up with a nice Tarpon on the end and fought it all the way down the pier, and he spit the hook right near the pier. They also hooked up on a bunch of sharks. Saturday night at about 8:30 they...
  7. NC Coast
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  8. NC Coast
    Reading the marine forecast for today, I figured it would be strictly an “inside” fishing day. So checked the tides and left around 10:00. After catching a few dink flounder and rat reds I ended up near Rich Inlet. I was shocked to see almost no whitecaps and slick water outside the inlet...
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