Fishing Reports

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Topsail – June 7, 2018

Topsail – June 7, 2018

Chris, of East Coast Sports, reports that inshore fishing for red drum and speckled trout has been good. In addition, there’s been plenty of striped bass in the New River (especially under the 172 Bridge). More and more stripers have been spotted inshore as the population rebounds. In the surf, red drum are being caught […]

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Pamlico – June 7, 2018

Pamlico – June 7, 2018

Donald, of Custom Marine Fabrication, reports that good numbers of red drum are working the flats and drop-offs around the river. Carolina-rigged cut bait and mud minnows have worked great, but active anglers have been using popping corks with soft plastics with success. The topwater striped bass bite has still been good, with most anglers […]

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Ocean Isle – June 7, 2018

Ocean Isle – June 7, 2018

Jeff, of Ocean Isle Fishing Center, reports that some nice red drum are being found by fishing oyster beds with live menhaden or fiddler crabs. Good-sized flounder are hitting around Tubbs Inlet, and even though the mullet in the area are still a little small, mud minnows will do a great job at catching fish. […]

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Wrightsville Beach – June 7, 2018

Wrightsville Beach – June 7, 2018

Matt, of Tex’s Tackle, reports that more flounder have been working their way toward the inlets and into the ICW lately, where Gulps, Z-Man JerkshadZ, and live mud minnows and pogies are all getting bites. Slot and over-slot red drum have moved onto flats in the marsh. They will hit topwater lures, weedless-rigged soft plastics, […]

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North Myrtle Beach – June 7, 2018

North Myrtle Beach – June 7, 2018

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that while fishing is great all around, the main story is flounder. Double digit days are possible if you have the right bait and know where to find the fish. So far, fishing hard banks and grass lines in little feeder creeks has been the most productive, especially […]

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