Pamlico

Fishing Reports from the Pamlico area

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Pamilco – March 5, 2015

Pamilco – March 5, 2015

Mitch, of FishIBX.com, reports that there’s been some solid striped bass action in the Pamlico and Roanoke rivers in recent weeks, and the bite will only improve as winter fades into spring. As the water warms a bit, the fish will be moving upriver to spawn, and anglers are already seeing good numbers moving into […]

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Pamlico – Winter 2014-2015

Pamlico – Winter 2014-2015

Mitch, of FishIBX.com, reports that anglers are seeing cooling waters temperatures bunch the baitfish and striped bass up in the coastal rivers of the Inner Banks. Shad and herring should be moving up the rivers in the coming months as well, bringing more and larger stripers upriver from the sounds and ocean. Casting jigging lures […]

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Pamlico – November 13, 2014

Pamlico – November 13, 2014

Gary, of Spec Fever Guide Service, reports that anglers are seeing some solid striped bass fishing in the Neuse River near New Bern lately, along with an occasional speckled trout or red drum. Casting topwater plugs around shoreline structure like stump fields is producing much of the action. When the fish don’t want to bite […]

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Pamlico – October 23, 2014

Pamlico – October 23, 2014

Dave, of Knee Deep Custom Charters, reports that the Neuse River has seen some poor water conditions and a fish kill in recent weeks, pushing much of the speckled trout and red drum action to the mouth of the river and the sound. Anglers are connecting with some big specks around the lower river shorelines […]

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Pamlico – October 9, 2014

Pamlico – October 9, 2014

Mitch, of FishIBX.com, reports that anglers are still seeing action with trophy-class red drum in the Pamlico Sound and nearby lower rivers. Most have been feeding in shallow bays along the shorelines, and anglers are casting artificial lures like crankbaits and soft plastic swimbaits to hook up. The fish will soon be heading out of […]

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