The bottom fish are still feeding well, Black Bass, Porgy’s, Tou-toug and snapper are still on the menu.. It’s time too go catch some fresh fish and pull that old fish out of the freezer for bait! Still waiting for the Atlantic Bonito’s, they should be here after this rough weather.
Lots of Black Bass, the porgy’s and tou-toug are cooperating well also. Lots of fun, easy to catch and great to eat. Heading out in a few minutes to find the first Atlantic Bonito and big Bluefish of the year.
The water is warming up and the fish are starting to bite around Wrightsville Beach and Wilmington area. Black Sea bass are in the 3 mile+ range, the farther you go the bigger they get. The big Bluefish should be here any day, from right on the beach to the 5 mile range. Also the Red and Black Drum are still biting in the Intracoastal waterway area around Wrightsville Beach.
Offering inshore and offshore fishing charters in Wrightsville Beach/Wilmington area. We are currently catching Big Red Drum, Spanish and King Mackerel, Flounder, Speckled Trout and Sea Bass. Call 910-231-6133.
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Mackerel, Blues and Albacore are still biting too.
The day time Speckled Trout bite around Wrightsville Beach has just started to recover from that giant full moon. The Flounder and Drum never slowed down and are still biting. All my fish are being caught on artificial baits. Call about my fall discount charters 910-231-6133.
The fall trout have shown up and the are big 3-5 lb range. Spanish Mackerel, Blues and False Albacore are biting as good as earthly possible.
I am currently charging $300 for my fall charters. Fishing license, rod, reels ice, bait, tackle, highly experienced captain, and fish cleaning still all included. Fishing out of a first class boat docked at private marina (will issue parking pass on arrival) , with private parking and restroom.
The Trout are here!! The bite is getting better everyday. Live bait, mullet and shrimp have been fooling them well but, they are also slamming artificial baits including topwater baits. The Red Drum are still chewing in the inshore area around structure. The Spanish Mackerel haven’t been bothered by the storms that have come through, and are biting well.