Fishing Reports

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Wrightsville Beach June 17, 2004

Tex, at Tex’s Tackle, reports that red drum are biting well inshore in the creeks and waterways on artificials and live menhaden. Flounder are still biting everywhere, but many are still under the 14 inch minimum. Surf fishing with sand fleas is producing sheepshead (up to 11.5 lbs.) and Virginia mullet. Spanish mackerel fishing has […]

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Carolina Beach June 17, 2004

Steve, at Seagull Bait and Tackle, reports that a few pompano have showed up in the surf again. One guy weighed in a 3.25 lb. pompano this past week. The surf and piers have also been full of croakers and small blues. This area is still seeing a few Virginia mullet and occasionally a small […]

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Southport June 17, 2004

Linda, at Southport/Oak Island Sportfishing Charters, reports that over the weekend the Horseshoe was hot with kings and dolphin. A few African pompano have been out around the tower, but it’s still a little early for the big run. That should happen in mid-July. This past week saw numbers of spanish out on the west […]

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Topsail June 10, 2004

Chris, at East Coast Sports, reports that the piers have been seeing blues and spanish during the day. The Surf City Pier has also been bringing in some spots at night. Fishing the surf from New River Inlet to Surf City, they have been picking up a few sea mullet in the sloughs. From Surf […]

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Wrightsville Beach June 10, 2004

Tex, at Tex’s Tackle, reports lots of flounder with more fish breaking the 14 inch mark around Rich’s, Topsail, and Masonboro area inlets. The Spanish mackerel bite has returned with fish along all the beaches being caught on gotchas, mackerel trees, and clark spoons. Red drum have begun to move around the waterway areas and […]