Fishing Reports from the Carolina Beach area

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Carolina Beach – August 15, 2019

Carolina Beach – August 15, 2019

Red, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that anglers are finding their typical summer catches. Flounder of all sizes are coming from the river, with throwbacks and citation-sized fish equally as common. Bigger redfish are staging up in the inlet, while sheepshead and black drum can be found around bridges, docks, and structure. The main […]

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Carolina Beach – August 1, 2019

Carolina Beach – August 1, 2019

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that redfish are coming in on fresh shrimp and artificials, such as 3″ Gulp shrimp in new penny. A few black drum have been found on oyster beds and under the bridge, along with some sheepshead. Citation flounder have been biting in the river, along Snow’s Cut, and […]

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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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Carolina Beach – July 4, 2019

Carolina Beach – July 4, 2019

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that area inlets are producing plenty of red drum and flounder. Surf anglers are landing decent numbers of pompano, while those fishing on the beach after dark are finding solid action with whiting. Spanish are chewing hard right off the beach, with most of the action coming from […]

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Carolina Beach – June 20, 2019

Carolina Beach – June 20, 2019

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that surf anglers are finding an improved flounder bite. The flatfish have been hitting live and cut bait. The beach has also been seeing some red drum, blues, croaker, and pompano. Local piers have been landing lots of whiting, pompano, blues, trout, and some spanish. There have been […]

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