Fishing Reports from the Ocean Isle/Holden Beach area

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Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – December 13, 2018

Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – December 13, 2018

David Keith, of Cameron, NC, with a slot red drum that hit a mullet head near Holden Beach.Jeff, of Ocean Isle Fishing Center, reports that the reds are moving up on the flats, and speckled trout fishing has been hot over the last month, with numbers of juvenile fish unlike anything the area has ever […]

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Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – November 15, 2018

Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – November 15, 2018

Jeff, of Ocean Isle Fishing Center, reports that conditions are just about recoverd in the Ocean Isle area. In the backwaters, good catches of both flounder and trout are being made, with small pogies on Carolina rigs doing the best work. On the outside, big bull reds have still been working pods of larger pogies […]

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Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – October 25, 2018

Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – October 25, 2018

Jeff, of Ocean Isle Fishing Center, reports that the fishing action is slowly recovering in the Ocean Isle area. In the backwaters, good catches of both flounder and trout are being made, with small pogies on Carolina rigs doing the best work. On the outside, big bull reds have been working pods of larger pogies […]

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Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – October 11, 2018

Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – October 11, 2018

Jeff, of Ocean Isle Fishing Center, reports that inshore fishing hasn’t slowed down much since the storm, with inshore slams very possible on most days. Even though the shrimp in the area have been tiny, mud minnows and pogies are easy to find, and despite the fact that the water is incredibly murky, predatory fish […]

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Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – Sep 13, 2018

Ocean Isle/Holden Beach – Sep 13, 2018

Jeff, of Ocean Isle Fishing Center, reports that there is at least one school of red drum in the area with 500-1000 fish in it. The fish aren’t picky, especially on the falling tide. Topwater fishing has been the most effective in the morning, but when the sun gets up and the topwater action slows […]

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