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Fishing Reports from the Pamlico area

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Pamlico – September 11, 2014

Pamlico – September 11, 2014

Mitch, of FishIBX.com, reports that anglers are still seeing action with some 40”+ citation-class red drum in the Pamlico Sound and eastern NC’s lower rivers, but the bite has been puzzling at times. Smaller pockets of fish seem to be staying on the move, so paying attention to factors like water clarity, salinity, oxygen, and […]

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Pamlico – August 28, 2014

Dave, of Knee Deep Custom Charters, reports that the main body of giant, citation-class red drum in the area seems to be mostly staying in the Pamlico Sound, but anglers have high hopes they’ll be moving into the Neuse River soon. The early September full moon traditionally offers anglers some of the best action of […]

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Pamlico – August 21, 2014

Mitch, of FishIBX.com, reports that anglers are seeing an improved puppy drum bite in the lower rivers of eastern North Carolina, with most of the fish feeding along the shorelines. Live and cut baits have been producing most of the action, but anglers can also hook up on topwater plugs, soft plastics, and a variety […]

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Pamlico – August 14, 2014

Dave, of Knee Deep Custom Charters, reports that anglers are still seeing some solid slot and over-slot puppy drum action in the lower Neuse River near Oriental. The fish are feeding along the river shorelines. They’re striking D.O.A. soft plastics pinned to jigheads and under popping corks, as well as live baits on Carolina rigs. […]

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Pamlico – August 7, 2014

Mitch, of FishIBX.com, reports that anglers are starting to see some signs of life in the Inner Banks tarpon and large red drum fishery. Boats have hooked and released a few tarpon in recent days after seeing the fish for several weeks. The citation-class red drum action is becoming somewhat more consistent as well, with […]

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