Fishing Reports

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Topsail September 2, 2004

Chris, of East Coast Sports, reports that the surf has produced a few sea mullet and lots of small pompano. You can also pick up a few flounder, and Lee Island continues to hold reds at the north end. The piers are seeing a mixed bag of spots, flounder, spanish, blues, mullet, and black drum. […]

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Wrightsville Beach September 2, 2004

Tex, of Tex’s Tackle, reports that there was a good spanish bite earlier in the week with 2 to 4 lb. fish coming from inlets and the surf. There was also a few 4 to 6 lb. bluefish caught around Masonboro Inlet. Flounder are inshore and just off the beach in a variety of sizes. […]

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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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Oak Island September 2, 2004

Dave, at Ocean Crest Pier, reports that there is muddy water along the beach, but a few fish decided to hang around anyway. One species still present is red drum from 3 to 4.5 lbs. hitting cut shrimp. A few specks ran 1 to 2 lbs., and a few flounder and bluefish were caught as […]

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Topsail August 26, 2004

Chris, at East Coast Sports, reports that in the surf from New River Inlet to Surf City there are a few sea mullet in the sloughs and lots of small pompano. From Surf City to Topsail Beach, the surf has produced sea mullet and flounder. The Topsail Beach to New Topsail Inlet area has seen […]