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.
Live and artificial baits are bring these “inshore grand slam species” to the landing net well in the Wrightsville Beach area.
The Flounder and Drum are biting live, cut and, artificial baits. They have been hanging around inshore structure. The Blues, Mackerel, Cobia, Albacore and Tarpon are going for sight casted artificial baits. If you can get a live Bluefish or Menhaden around the Cobia and Tarpon it is an instant hook up.
Wrightsville Beach Fishing Charters
Happy fourth of July Weekend! The Red Drum and Flounder are biting good in the ocean and sound areas, most on live bait but, the artificial bait savy folks are getting both species on artificial baits as well. The Spanish Mackerel are biting well just off Wrightsville Beach casting and trolling. The Black Tip Sharks , Dusky’s and Hammer Heads have been biting well also. The big Cobia are still patrolling the area, most are in the 30-50# range.
This El nino year has produced much higher than average water temperature which has brought in massive schools of bait fish with the King Mackerel, Atlantic Bonito, False Albacore, Large Spanish Mackerel and nice sized Bluefish chasing them all over the 1-5 mile range off Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach and Topsail Island. We have been catching these fish using a variety of light tackle tactics. Feel free to give me a call for a reel time report at 910-231-6133
The Speckled Trout are still biting well. Along with the Striped Bass and Red Drum all on artificial baits. Tou-tog, Sheephead and Black Drum have been going for cut bait. Plenty of fish in the Wrightsville Beach and Wilmington areas.
The Speck’s are still biting well and increasing in size 3-4 pound range, mixed in with 14-15 inch keepers.