Fishing Reports from the Northen Beaches area

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Northern Beaches – April 27, 2017

Northern Beaches – April 27, 2017

Betty, of TW’s Bait and Tackle, reports that the old drum are being caught on the Point in the evening hours (after midnight). Over 25 citation drum have been recorded in the past week. Bluefish are also being caught in the area, with fish up to 8 lbs. reported. The area hasn’t experienced a big […]

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Northern Beaches – April 13, 2017

Northern Beaches – April 13, 2017

Betty, of TW’s Tackle, reports that anglers at the Point are connecting with big blues using metal lures, and most of the action in the Hatteras area is coming off blues and reds. Anglers in Avon are finding gray trout, along with the typical sea mullet and pufferfish. Those fishing in Buxton are reporting similar […]

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Northern Beaches – March 23, 2017

Northern Beaches – March 23, 2017

Betty, of TW’s Bait and Tackle, reports that the red drum have been active in late winter/early spring. Fish to 27-28” have been caught up to Ramp 43, and the Point reports larger drum up to 34”. Look for these fish from the Point all the way to Buxton. A few small flounder have been […]

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Northern Beaches – Winter 2016 – 2017

Northern Beaches – Winter 2016 – 2017

Betty, of TW’s Bait and Tackle, reports that citation drum are still being caught at The Point. Anglers fishing south of the bridge are connecting with speckled trout, and then sea mullet and bluefish were reported caught around Ramp 43. Anglers in Avon are connecting with puppy drum and trout, and the pier reported several […]

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Northern Beaches – November 17, 2016

Northern Beaches – November 17, 2016

Betty, of TW’s Tackle, reports that fishing in the surf has been productive, with anglers connecting with trout, sea mullet, as well as small-sized puppy drum. Spots have also been running just off the beach. The bite has slowed in the sound, but persistent anglers have connected with keeper-sized stripers and the seasonal trout bite. […]