Fishing Reports from the Carolina Beach area

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Carolina Beach – May 11, 2017

Carolina Beach – May 11, 2017

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that surf anglers have been struggling for a bite, with bluefish landed, and some black and red drum also on the south end. The spanish mackerel and cobia have arrived, with anglers connecting with both within 5 miles of the beach.   Christian, of Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters, […]

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Carolina Beach – April 27, 2017

Carolina Beach – April 27, 2017

Lewis, of Island Tackle, reports that anglers in the surf and on the pier are starting to connect with spanish mackerel, along with the chopper blues that are still around but are slowly dwindling. Cut bait and Gotcha plugs are the way to connect with both species. Those setting up a king rig from the […]

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Carolina Beach – April 13, 2017

Carolina Beach – April 13, 2017

Wes, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that anglers inshore and in the river are connecting with a decent amount of black drum using fresh shrimp. Expect the fish to be smaller to just keeper size. The redfish are becoming active, more so in the river, and they are falling for artificials and MirrOlure MR18s. […]

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Carolina Beach – March 23, 2017

Carolina Beach – March 23, 2017

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that anglers in the surf are connecting with pufferfish and not much else, due to the rough conditions. Those heading to the river are connecting with red drum and black drum. Anglers can expect a lot of smaller rat reds, but many will be in-slot. Dead shrimp is […]

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Carolina Beach – Winter 2016 – 2017

Carolina Beach – Winter 2016 – 2017

Red, of Island Tackle, reports that inshore anglers are connecting with a few stray sheepshead that are still in the area, and they are hitting live shrimp and fiddler crabs. Check for the sheeps around any area structure. Speckled trout is the most active inshore bite right now, and they can best be landed with […]

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