Fishing Reports from the Carolina Beach area

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Carolina Beach – July 19, 2018

Carolina Beach – July 19, 2018

Red, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that there are a few trout in the creeks, and they’re mostly biting Z-Man and Gulp shrimp. Redfish have been on the oyster beds, where they’re happy to strike Carolina-rigged mullet and topwater lures. Flounder are spread out around the creeks and in the inlet, where they’ll fall […]

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Carolina Beach – July 5, 2018

Carolina Beach – July 5, 2018

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that area inlets are producing good numbers of red drum and flounder. Surf anglers are finding decent numbers of pompano on the beach, while those fishing after dark are pulling in some nice whiting. Spanish are still chewing hard, with most of the action coming from the 1-3 […]

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Carolina Beach – June 21, 2018

Carolina Beach – June 21, 2018

Frank, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that surf anglers are finding an improved flounder bite. The flatfish have been hitting on a mix of live bait, cut bait, and artificials. The surf has been seeing some blues and the occasional pompano, too. The piers have also been landing flounder and blues, as well as […]

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Carolina Beach – June 7, 2018

Carolina Beach  – June 7, 2018

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that there is a lot of fresh water in the river, where plenty of black and red drum are biting. Sheepshead have been abundant in Snows Cut, but there is not much speckled trout action going on anywhere. This could be due to a harsh winter kill, or […]

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Carolina Beach – May 24, 2018

Redd, of Island Tackle, reports that fishing at the Gulf Stream remains steady, with good numbers of mahi, some smaller wahoo, blackfin tuna, and a few sailfish. Skirted ballyhoo has done the trick for most of these fish. Around the 30 mile area, bottom fishing has been hot for scamp and gag grouper, snappers, beeliners, […]