Fishing Reports from the Carolina Beach area

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Carolina Beach – August 3, 2017

Carolina Beach – August 3, 2017

Kevin, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that inshore fishing has provided anglers with plenty of action. The flounder bite remains steady in the Cape Fear River and around docks in the waterway. Fishing a live mullet or pogey on a Carolina rig has been the best way to land limits of fish, and focusing […]

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Carolina Beach – July 20, 2017

Carolina Beach – July 20, 2017

Red, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that anglers fishing inshore are catching limits of keeper flounder in creeks off the waterway, as well as on docks in the waterway and in the Cape Fear River. Fishing a live pogie pinned on a Carolina rig has been working best. When fishing around area docks and […]

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Carolina Beach – July 6, 2017

Carolina Beach – July 6, 2017

Red, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that the inshore flounder bite has stayed steady. Tossing live pogies on Carolina rigs near docks in the waterway and in the Cape Fear River has been best for the flatfish. Most fish have been between 2-3 lbs., but a few weighed in have been between 5-7 lbs. […]

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Carolina Beach – June 22, 2017

Carolina Beach – June 22, 2017

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that anglers fishing the Cape Fear River have had success catching limits of flounder on live pogies and mullet. Most of the flatfish are coming from dock structure and ledges. Black drum and sheepshead have also been mixed in the same areas. Fresh shrimp has been working best […]

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Carolina Beach – June 8, 2017

Carolina Beach – June 8, 2017

Lewis, of Island Tackle and Hardware, reports that surf anglers have had the most success targeting whiting by fishing fresh shrimp on the bottom. Flounder have also been hanging around, and they are willing to pick up a live minnow or piece of fresh shrimp. Anglers tossing plugs from the surf or piers have been […]