Fishing Reports from the Topsail/Sneads Ferry area

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Topsail / Sneads Ferry – August 15, 2019

Topsail / Sneads Ferry – August 15, 2019

Chris, of East Coast Sports, reports that nearshore anglers have been catching bigger flounder (up to 5 lbs.) at the ARs and ledges from just off the beach out to 5 miles. The ocean flounder are primarily falling for Gulp soft plastics on jig heads. Surf anglers fishing bottom rigs have landed sea mullet, spot, […]

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Topsail / Sneads Ferry – August 1, 2019

Topsail / Sneads Ferry – August 1, 2019

Chris, of East Coast Sports, reports that surf anglers are landing sea mullet and pompano while dropping sand fleas or shrimp into deeper holes just off the sand. Spanish mackerel are being caught early by those casting Spanish Candy and similar glass minnow-style jigs. Inshore anglers are reporting a steady red drum bite. Topwater fishing […]

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Topsail / Sneads Ferry – July 18, 2019

Topsail / Sneads Ferry – July 18, 2019

Mike, of Native Son Guide Service, reports that red drum fishing has been very good from the inlet all the way into the ICW. Anglers have been targeting the fish with topwater plugs early around marsh flats and grass banks. As the sun has gotten higher, the reds have retreated into nearby holes and channels […]

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Topsail / Sneads Ferry – July 4, 2019

Topsail / Sneads Ferry – July 4, 2019

Mike, of Native Son Guide Service, reports that spanish mackerel have been biting well off the beach in 12-25’ of water. Trolling Clarkspoons under small #1 and #00 planers has been the most productive method, with times between tide changes and with moving water being best. Flounder are being caught in good numbers off the […]

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Topsail / Sneads Ferry – June 20, 2019

Topsail / Sneads Ferry – June 20, 2019

Mike, of Native Son Guide Service, reports that boats getting into the ocean are finding great numbers of spanish mackerel. Trolling Clarkspoons behind #1 planers will catch easy limits of fish, but many anglers prefer casting Jigfish and Big Nic jigs to surface feeding schools. King mackerel (up to 32”) are in big numbers around […]

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