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Rod-Man Report October 13, 2005:

Hi Folks,
Fishing is taking off. As the water gets clearer after the rains we are finding fish hungry. I have been preaching all summer about Berkley's Gulp baits and I have to tell you a great story. Yesterday in blustery conditions we had tried finger mullet and shrimp will little success. So I took a Gulp swimming minnow (watermelon) and put it on a flounder rig, carolina rig style. We started drifting the inlet and bang! a 25 inch red inhaled the gulp and the young lady who caught it, caught the biggest fish of her life. Unfortunately I had for once forgotten my camera. She had hers' though and hopefully I will have a pic next week.

Now here's my report:

Inshore: Red drum ARE active and biting around the inlets. Expect action in the waterway and creeks to pick up after the rain water clears out. Flounder fishing has been a bit slow. Bluefish are starting to show in numbers and size. Black drum will be biting soon.

Nearshore: Bluefish are patrolling the beach and can be caught on bait or trolling with clarkspoons. Look for gray trout at the nearshore reefs.

Offshore: Some king mackerel action can be found at the 10 mile areas, but is not up to usual fall standards yet. Lots of grouper are biting in the 20-25 mile areas.

Gulfstream: For those boats making it out the tuna and wahoo are biting.

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Let's Go Fishing!!!
Capt. Rick Bennett
Rod-Man Charters
910-799-6120
 
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