Fishing Reports from the Carolina Beach area

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Carolina Beach October 28, 2004

Harry G, of Seagull Bait and Tackle, reports that the main player for pier fishermen has been spots. They’ve been running off and on for the past two weeks, with bloodworms as the main bait. Both piers have also seen an occasional king hook-up. From the surf, there have been lots and lots of blues. […]

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Carolina Beach October 14, 2004

Capt. Dave, of Wild Rover II Charters, reports that the gulf stream action has heated up around the Same Ole with catches of large wahoo. Offshore, the king mackerel are biting to the north and just offshore. Anywhere from 23 Mile Rock to any of the wrecks (WR-4, Schoolhouse, Dredge) have all been productive. And […]

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Carolina Beach September 16, 2004

Capt. Dave Tilley, of Wild Rover II Charters, reports that the offshore waters have remained exclusively for the fish for the last week or so due to the storms moving by the coast. Only the last day or so has been fish-able. The water has been churned up and is somewhat dirty. Find “clean” water, […]

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Carolina Beach September 2, 2004

Harry G, of Seagull Bait and Tackle, reports that the big flounder are starting to move back inside. The freshwater from the rain had pushed most of the fish outside, but they are now on the move back in. The freshwater levels are so high that a guy picked up a large mouth bass in […]

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Carolina Beach August 26, 2004

Capt. Dave Tilley, of Wild Rover II Charters, reports that offshore the king mackerel and dolphin continue to be scattered, with juvenile kings being the rule versus the exception. The barracudas have chewed the hooks off the line all week. If you are looking for a fight, a barracuda will give you one. Try a […]