Fishing Reports from the Morehead City/Atlantic Beach area

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Morehead City – August 03, 2017

Morehead City – August 03, 2017

Matt, of Chasin’ Tails Outdoors, reports that inshore flounder fishing has remained steady, and anglers are targeting fish in the marsh, near the port wall, and along the waterway docks and bridges. Live mud minnows and finger mullet on a Carolina rig have worked best, and Gulp plastics have been producing as well. When fishing […]

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Morehead City – July 20, 2017

Morehead City – July 20, 2017

Matt, of Chasin Tails Outdoors, reports that bottom fishing offshore has produced limits of grouper around the Atlas Tanker and 17 Rock areas. Black sea bass, ring tails, and amberjacks are also mixed in, and cigar minnows, squid, and sardines have been the hot baits. Trolling on the east side of the Cape has landed […]

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Morehead City – July 6, 2017

Morehead City – July 6, 2017

Matt, of Chasin’ Tails Outdoors, reports that surf anglers are connecting with good numbers of spanish and bluefish early in the morning and late in the day. Tossing Gotcha plugs and Glass Minnow jigs around clear water has worked best. Those bottom fishing in the surf have connected with sea mullet, pompano, pigfish, flounder, red […]

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Morehead City – June 22, 2017

Morehead City – June 22, 2017

Matt, of Chasin Tails Outdoors, reports that when the water is clear, anglers fishing the surf are connecting with spanish and bluefish by casting Gotcha plugs and glass minnow jigs from the piers and beaches. Anglers fishing the bottom are hooking up with sea mullet, pompano, spots, bluefish, sharks, and red drum. A few cobia […]

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Morehead City – June 8, 2017

Morehead City – June 8, 2017

Matt, of Chasin’ Tails Outdoors, reports that cobia are still around, and anglers are finding most while fishing the bottom with live or dead menhaden. When the weather allows anglers to sight fish, cobia are being caught trailing turtles and near bait balls. They’re throwing bucktails tipped with large soft plastics. Spanish are feeding well […]