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My buddy and I fished Oak Island this past weekend and I'd say we did fairly well. We caught the whole spectrum of fish; Redfish, Black Drum, Bluefish, Flounder, Spot, Sea mullet, pompano, and a shark. We each caught a stud Redfish and a keeper Black Drum. We caught the red's inshore on carolina rigs and everything else in the surf on bottom rigs. My Redfish was a solid keeper at 26 1/2" and my buddies was an over slot stud at 28". I also included the videos I put together from the weekend that I recorded with my GoPro; enjoy!

If anyone could fill me in on what type of shark that was that'd be great. I know it's not a Blacktip, I've caught tons of them. I've caught a few like this one and someone threw lemon shark out there?

Redfish
[video=youtube;NzB7OXet5io]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzB7OXet5io[/video]
Shark
[video=youtube;ZOJqWmwi_9M]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOJqWmwi_9M[/video]
Castnetting bait
[video=youtube;oJwZOEY1c7I]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJwZOEY1c7I[/video]
 

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Good call Savage. Looks like a sandbar to me as well. Good thing you didnt learn that lesson about how quickly they can turn back on you with a bigger one. I almost had a small blacktip take a couple fingers putting him back over the side of the pier years ago. It was a lesson you dont quickly forget.
 
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