Fishing Reports

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Morehead City/Atlantic Beach – July 18, 2019

Morehead City/Atlantic Beach – July 18, 2019

Matt, of Chasin’ Tails, reports that king mackerel fishing has been good, with larger kings (up to 50 lbs.) being caught while slow-trolling live baits and Mac-A-Hoos with cigar minnows. There have been fish as close as AR-315, but many of the larger fish have been pulled from the east side of the Cape. Citation-sized […]

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Wrightsville Beach – July 18, 2019

Wrightsville Beach – July 18, 2019

Matt, of Tex’s Tackle, reports that fishing inshore has been good, with drum, flounder, and sheepshead being the most commonly targeted species this time of year. Docks in the waterway and in the creeks are a good place to find all three, especially where there is deeper water and current nearby. Reds and flounder can […]

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – July 18, 2019

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – July 18, 2019

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that all the big summer species are biting inshore, though some days the fish can be harder to find than others. Over-slot reds have been swimming in the deeper channels and, during high tide stages, can be found either in the grass or right on the edge of […]

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Southport/Oak Island – July 18, 2019

Southport/Oak Island – July 18, 2019

Angie, of Dutchman Creek Bait and Tackle, reports that flounder, trout, redfish, and sheepshead are the biggest inshore species to target right now, if you can find bait. High water temperatures have made live bait hard to come by, though mullet are just starting to run in better numbers. The redfish are moving around a […]

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Carolina Beach – July 18, 2019

Carolina Beach – July 18, 2019

Lewis, 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. They’ll fall for […]

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