Fishing Reports from the Wrightsville Beach area

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Wrightsville Beach – May 23, 2019

Wrightsville Beach – May 23, 2019

Matt, of Tex’s Tackle, reports that the redfish bite has continued to be good, with fish on the move and spreading out to more locations inshore. A variety of lures, from soft plastics to topwaters to gold spoons, have all been working well. Cut bait or live mullet have also been a good go to. […]

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Wrightsville Beach – May 9, 2019

Wrightsville Beach – May 9, 2019

Matt, of Tex Tackle, reports that inshore fishing has quickly shifted towards a summer time pattern, with better numbers of bluefish, flounder, and spanish mackerel being caught. Fishing for red drum has continued to be good. A variety of lures from soft plastics to topwaters have been working, and the fish are spreading out into […]

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Wrightsville Beach – April 25, 2019

Wrightsville Beach – April 25, 2019

Matt, of Tex’s Tackle, reports that while there haven’t been many big blues yet, plenty of 1-4 lb. fish have been biting around the inlets and ICW. Redfish have continued to bite over the last few weeks. The big early-spring schools should be breaking up now and spreading out into the marsh, where you can […]

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Wrightsville Beach – April 11, 2019

Wrightsville Beach – April 11, 2019

Matt, of Tex’s Tackle, reports that redfish have been abundant in the marshes and around ICW docks over the past few weeks. Fresh shrimp, cut mullet, or live mud minnows will always get a bite, as will Z-Man and Gulp soft plastics. The less-pressured schools will hit a topwater or gold spoon as well. Speckled […]

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Wrightsville Beach – March 21, 2019

Wrightsville Beach – March 21, 2019

Matt, of Tex’s Tackle, reports that water temperatures are above average for this time of year, and this has the inshore fish biting. Reds are schooled up, and sightfishing for them has been possible thanks to clean water. Some of them have made their way into the marsh near the inlets, while some are still […]