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Carolina Beach June 10, 2004

Steve, at Seagull Bait and Tackle, reports that flounder catches continue in the inlet and the waterway. There have been a few bigger ones (over 5 lbs.) weighed in. While there have been more weighed in than the previous week, there still aren’t many. Blues and spanish are being caught on the piers. The bite […]

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Southport June 10, 2004

Linda, at Southport/Oak Island Sportfishing Charters, reports that even with last week’s blow and scattered thunderstorms, fishing was still good. Kings and dolphin have been hitting offshore, with most working the area south of the tower. The bottom fish have been limited. There is a lot of trash coming up from the bottom, such as […]

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Topsail June 3, 2004

Chris, at East Coast Sports, reports that when the wind isn’t blowing it’s easy to find reds on the oyster bars. The inlet and creek mouths have been producing plenty of flounder. However, these flounder continue to be a little under the legal size limit. There are still lots of Spanish just off the beach, […]

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Wrightsville Beach June 3, 2004

Tex, at Tex’s Tackle, reports that very few boats made it to the stream this week due to weather. Those that did go came back with a few dolphin and king mackerel. Small dolphin (up to 12 lbs.) and snake kings are biting cigar minnows at WR4 and 23 Mile Rock. Those dropping live and […]

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Carolina Beach June 3, 2004

Kelly, at Cape Fear Marine and Tackle, reports that offshore is still hot with reports of dolphin as close in as 18 miles, but the majority are still further off around 25 miles. Any spots from 23 Mile Rock to the “Red and White” should be producing multiple dolphin catches. The reports of tuna seem […]