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Fishing Reports from the Carolina Beach area

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Carolina Beach – May 21, 2015

Carolina Beach – May 21, 2015

Wes, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that surf casters are finding action with sea mullet, bluefish, and a few flounder from Pleasure Island’s shores. Shrimp and cut baits are producing most of the action in the breakers. Sheepshead and black drum have made a strong appearance around Snows Cut Bridge and other inshore structure […]

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Carolina Beach – May 7, 2015

Carolina Beach – May 7, 2015

Wes, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that surf fishermen have been hooking some sea mullet, pompano, and a few bluefish from the sand at Pleasure Island. Shrimp and cut baits are the best bets. Out in the five mile range, anglers are finding action with king and spanish mackerel along with Atlantic bonito. Trolling […]

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Carolina Beach – April 23, 2015

Carolina Beach – April 23, 2015

Wes, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that anglers are hooking some sea mullet, croaker, and small flounder while surf fishing along Pleasure Island. Shrimp are fooling all three. Out in the ocean, there have been some tautog feeding around nearshore structure in the 40-60’ range. Crabs and shrimp are tautog favorites. Atlantic bonito are […]

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Carolina Beach – April 9, 2015

Carolina Beach – April 9, 2015

Ron, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that there’s been some excellent king mackerel action around Frying Pan Tower for anglers making the run. Most are falling for trolled cigar minnows, plugs, and spoons, but anglers also had some nice catches while working vertical jigs last week. Bottom fishermen are finding plenty of action with […]

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Carolina Beach – March 26, 2015

Carolina Beach – March 26, 2015

Ron, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that anglers are still seeing some solid wahoo fishing in the Gulf Stream when it’s calm enough to make the long run. The best action has been at local spots like the Steeples and Same Ol’ Hole. Blackfin tuna are feeding in many of the same areas as […]

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