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N CAROLINA: Wrightsville Beach – Mixed Bag, Fishing Strong

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

The spring tides and the unpredictable weather have been playing havoc with the fishermen, but in general the fish keep cooperating. From Spanish and blues along the beach to flounder and reds inshore, fishing is very good and it seems as each day goes by another good fishing story comes forth.

Now here’s my report:

Inshore: Water temps are in the low 70’s. There is plenty of live bait around and consequently that means the targeted fish are around as well. This past week we have caught some nice flounder and some very pretty reds. Primarily we have fished live menhaden on carolina rigs during the falling tide for reds. For flounder the incoming tide seems to be working best. Right now, for our area, the flounder are small, 2-3 pounds. Look for the bigger flounder to move in soon.

Near Shore: Ocean water is right at 70 degrees. Plenty of Spanish macks are around the inlets and along the beaches in 20-40 feet depths. Clarkspoons on #1 planers have been the go to way to catch them, but be sure to put out a bird rig or two on top. Plenty of nice size blues are mixed in with the Spanish. Also, don’t run too tight a drag as some king macks are in close as well… Nothing worse than that 5 second drag scream and then pop.

Offshore: Bonito and Grouper are biting in the 20 to 30 mile areas. Kings are biting in the 40 mile range.

Gulfstream: Gulfstream fishing continues to be good. Wahoo, mahi, blackfin and African pompano are being caught on a regular basis. I hear the Steeples are producing lots of fish.

Upcoming: Continue to expect improvement in the already good season. More and bigger flounder will show up soon. Cobia will make their appearance any day now, and the kings will be moving in closer and closer.

Until Next Time….

LET’S GO FISHING!!!

Capt. Richard Bennett
Rod-Man Charters
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N CAROLINA: Wrightsville Beach – Spanish, Kings, Reds, Flounder Biting

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

We have been dodging the weather it seems for weeks and weeks. But, on the days we can fish, the swimming critters have been very cooperative. Bluefish, Spanish, reds and a few flounder are biting inshore/near shore. Offshore the kings are biting along with wahoo, blackfin and mahi.

INSHORE:
Very nice reds, up to 29 inches have been biting fresh cut bluefish. Several in the 24-26 inch size range have been biting well also. A few flounder are biting as well. Some menhaden have shown up but they are spotty.

Near Shore:
Bluefish in good numbers and good size have been biting strong around the inlets and along the beach. Troll for them with deep divers, jig for them with your favorite jig or throw gotcha plugs to catch these choppers. A few Spanish have shown up mixed in with the blues. Most have been caught trolling clarkspoons.

Offshore:
Some bonito and false albacore have made brief appearances in the 3-10 mile range. Kings are still further out 25-40 miles.

Gulfstream:
Lots of wahoo, blackfin tuna and mahi have been caught by the boats making the bluewater trip.

Upcoming: Look for the Spanish bite to take off any day now. The water temp is in the 67 degree range. In the spring it is fun to catch these fish on Yozuri Deep Diver fished at 3 to 3.4 knots. As it warms up you will need to change to clarkspoons on #1 planers.

Until next time…..

LET’S GO FISHING!!!

Capt. Richard Bennett
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N CAROLINA: Warm Weather & Hotter Fishing in Wrightsville Beach

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

The weather has been just right lately for good inshore and near shore fishing; the great thing is the fishing has been great too! I feel that we are about two weeks ahead of the normal water temps and fishing for this time of year!

I’m seeing Bonita, Blues and a few Spanish when we are trolling off the beach to five miles off. Trolling Clark spoons and small deep driver lures has been the key to success. When using the Clark spoons, I would recommend the pink flash spoon in sizes #00, #0 and #1; the pink flash series has really helped me put more fish in the boat. A bird rig on top with a Clark spoon about five to six feet behind it or Blue water Candy Spanish daisy chain (blue, silver, pink) have worked very well on top too. Look for birds working or marking bait on you fish finder is the way to find the feeding fish. When the fish are not on top, I’ve caught some nice Blues and a few Bonita by casting a spoon out and letting it sink down before reeling is in. I’ve found that some times these fish are deeper and you can get them by getting down to deeper water.

With all this warm air lately the Redfish and Black drum have been moving in to the shallower waters. I caught some very nice Reds and Black drum this last few weeks in waters of five to as shallow as one foot deep. The trick for the Reds has been Berkley Gulp Alive in patterns three inch Shrimp and Mud minnow; fishing these baits around docks, oyster rocks and grass lines. Going with lighter jig heads 1/16oz and 1/8oz is working well on the fish that are in one to five foot of water. Bait fishing is still good and will continue right through the summer. Red and Black drum are hitting cut shrimp and mullet on Carolina rigs around the same areas; docks, oyster rocks etc… You never know how big or little the drum will be when you are bait fishing; we’ve had reds as small as fourteen inches and as big as over thirty inches lately.

The Flounder fishing should really start to pick soon, I look for Flounder around the inlets and just off the beach in the spring/early summer mouths. Small baits like mud minnows are great ‘Flounder finder’ baits, you can use these baits for a long time before they die and they are pretty easy to catch. Another way I really like to catch Flounder is with five inch Berkley Gulp Jerkshad; the pinfish don’t seem to tear these apart quite as fast as live baits. Just rig the Berkley Gulp Jerkshad like any grub and keep the flat side of the Jerkshad facing up where the hook comes out. Don’t really worry too much about color, but I would recommend going with brighter colors for Flounder fishing.

Fishing Gear we use:

Reels Penn Fierce and Battle spinning in sizes 2000, 3000 & 4000 sizes.
Line: Spiderwire Ultra-cast and Berkley Fireline braid in 8, 10 and 15 pound. Rods: Fenwick HMG GS 70M-MF, Ugly stick lites 6’6″ and 7′ Med & Med-Heavy. Leader material: Berkley Big Game mono & Fluorocarbon. Stren Fluorocarbon leader material in Tannic and Gunsmoke tints; tannic for river and stained waters, gunsmoke for clear water applications.

Thanks for reading this report, if you have any questions just let me know! If you would like to go fishing drop me a line; I’m booking now for this coming summer fishing season and don’t forget to take a kid fishing!

Good Luck,

Capt Jot Owens
Ranger Boats Pro Staff
PENN Reels Elite Staff
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N CAROLINA: Inshore Fishing Around Wrightsville Beach Heating Up

Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

Hi Folks, fishing is definitely heating up. Water temps from the 5 mile to inshore are right at the 63-64 mark. There have been good catches of drum inshore, blues on the beach, false albacore around 10 miles and kings 20-30 miles out. Weather is getting more consistent and that will mean more fish.

Now here is my report:

INSHORE:
Black drum and some reds mixed in with them have been biting fresh shrimp in the creeks, the inlets and waterway. Best bite is on the falling tide. A few flounder have been caught, but no major bite yet.

NEAR SHORE:
Bluefish are biting on the high tide near the inlets and along the beaches. You can catch them jigging or trolling. A couple of more water temp degrees and the first wave of Spanish mackerel should arrive.

OFFSHORE:
False albacore and bonito have been reported in the 10 mile area. Kings are still 20-30 miles out.

GULFSTREAM:
Weather permitting, boats making it to the stream have had good catches of wahoo, blackfin tuna and African pompano.

UPCOMING:
As the water creeps up just a bit look for Spanish macs to make their appearance as well as some bonito. While the blues are biting now, look for some bigger fish to move in soon.

Until next time…

LET’S GO FISHING!!!

Capt. Rick Bennett
Rod-Man Charters
p: 910-520-7661


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N CAROLINA: Spring Fishing In Wrightsville Beach

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

I hope everyone is enjoying some of this warmer weather lately and now if the wind would just lay down a little bit, we go fishing even more! It will not be long before its ninety degrees and no wind at all.

The Redfish and Black drum bite in the ICW and creeks just off the ICW has been good. I’m starting to see a few smaller Reds 14″ to 21″ in some of the creeks on warmer days; a few over slot fish mixed in as well. Most of the reds and black drum are hitting mud minnows and “fresh as you can get shrimp”. I use two hook bottom rigs with 2, 1 & 1/0 bait holder hooks, with the fresh shrimp, when fishing for the black drum and reds. If you would like to go the artificial root, I would recommend using scented grubs. The best luck baits have been Berkley Gulp and Berkley Powerbait shrimp in colors Pearl, Molting and New Penny. Jigs heads for the grubs in 1/8oz to 3/8 oz, colors red and black seem to be the trick. Work’em slow around docks and drop-offs on grass lines and oyster rocks. The best tides have been falling or raising but fishing closer to the lower parts of the tides.

Something that I love to do this time of year (late March to early June) is go up to lock & dam #1 and fish for Shad. These fish are so much fun to catch; they run, jump and run some more. Light tackle and fly fishing is the name of the game here! I see so many people fishing for shad use to heavy of tackle. Lighter tackle equals more bites and more fun! All you need is a light rod and reel; I use a Pflueger Echelon combo PFLECHSP502CB2 loaded with six pound Berkley Fireline crystal braid. A two shad dart rig with Fifth teen or twenty pound mono or fluorocarbon leader; darts in colors pink and green. On our last trip we caught well over fifty shad. If you have not ever tried it; you need too! Also while your shad fishing you can put out a catfish line and sometimes catch a very nice Blue catfish.

False Albacore fishing has been good the days I can get out for them. I’m finding the Albacore from five to twenty miles offshore. There has been a few Bonita mixed in with them form time to time as well. It should not be long before we are catching good numbers of Bonita around the area waters. The #0 and #1 pink flash, silver and gold Clark spoon has caught most of our fish lately. Trolling these spoons on #1 or #2 planner; with thirty to forty feet of forty pound Berkley big game mono as leader on the planners is the way to go. On the bird rig for the surface fishing; I rig it with five to six feet of leader to the spoon. Don’t forget to put a ball bearing swivel on the bird and planner; this will keep tangles from happing (well most of the time!)

When the Bonita and Albacore are on top feeding; cast Maria and Sea striker jig-spoons. The colors that seem to work the best are pink, green and blue. I use a forty pound Fluorocarbon leader; about fifth teen to twenty inches long. I really like Stren’s tinted (gunsmoke) fluorocarbon leader material for clear water conditions; “this stuff really works”! A light weight 7′ rod and a Penn Battle 3000 loaded with ten to fifth teen pound braid is important for casting to these fast fish. The reason for this is the further you can cast equals more chance’s you will hook up. When there are a lot of boats chasing the Bonita, they get wearer of boats. If you can cast farther; you will catch more of these fish!

Fishing Gear we use:

Reels Penn Fierce and Battle spinning in sizes 2000, 3000 & 4000 sizes.
Line: Spiderwire Ultra-cast and Berkley Fireline braid in 8, 10 and 15 pound. Rods: Fenwick HMG GS 70M-MF, Ugly stick lites 6’6″ and 7′ Med & Med-Heavy. Leader material: Berkley Big Game mono & Fluorocarbon. Stren Fluorocarbon leader material in Tannic and Gunsmoke tints; tannic for river and stained waters, gunsmoke for clear water applications.

Thanks for reading this report, if you have any questions just let me know!

Good Luck,

Captain Jot Owens
Jot It Down Fishing Charters
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N CAROLINA: Despite Weather Issues Fish Biting at Wrightsville Beach

Saturday, April 9th, 2011

Hi Folks,

This will be an abbreviated report. Weather conditions have played havoc with attempts to go fishing, but when the window appears the fish have cooperated well. The action is inshore and in the Gulfstream…both ends of the spectrum.

Now here is my report:

INSHORE:
Water temps have come up nicely and reds and black drum have responded well to fresh shrimp. Most fish are hanging near heavy structure and are biting best on the falling tide.

Gulfstream: We have received reports of wahoo, blackfin tuna, some mahi and king mackerel.

UPCOMING: Look for fishing to improve daily as things settle down. A few flounder have already been caught and it will not be long before the first spanish show up. I would bet on later April and all of May as being fantastic for fishing.

Until next time…LET’S GO FISHING!!!

Capt. Richard Bennett
Rod-Man Charters
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N CAROLINA: Wrightsville Beach & Topsail Beach Fishing

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

The fishing has been great for the last few months.

Lots of reds in the 16-32 in range and black drum from 2 -10 lbs. The rising tide on the ocean side creeks and the last of the fall on the leeward side. Some topwater action and major fly action on the higher tides.The trout are still a little gun shy but are starting to move around.

Get out and enhoy this great east coast weather!!

Capt. Mike Hoffman
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N CAROLINA: Reds and Blacks are Biting at Wrightsville Beach

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

It certainly has been a long time. With my cruise vacation behind me and the cold, cold winter coming to a close, it is time to turn our focus to this years’ spring fishing.

Now here’s my abbreviated spring report:

Inshore: Water temps have made it up to the lower 50’s. Reds are biting in the creeks, the ICW and the lower river. Black drum, a favorite this time of year, are biting well too. Popular baits are your favorite GULP SW and fresh cut shrimp. This activity should get stronger and stronger over the next 6 weeks or so.

Gulfstream: When the winds abate, the stream fishing has been productive with wahoo and blackfin tuna. A few mahi have been caught as well.

This time of year there is little action near shore and offshore.

Until Next Time

LET’S GO FISHING!!!

Capt. Richard Bennett
Rod-Man Charters
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N CAROLINA: Wrightsville Beach & Topsail Beach Fishing

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

The area is frozen from the winter storm we had this week, bored out of my mind we set out to see if the reds would eat in the low temps.

Schools of hundreds were running the beach and moving fast. We followed them till the set down in a small slew of of topsail beach.IT WAS ON! We took 10 big reds in some pretty tough conditions. 4in gulp shrimp got those lazy reds to jerkin.If cabin fever is on your back, it the beach and enjoy the winter reds.

REMEMBER TO PRACTICE CATCH AND RELEASE!

Capt. Mike Hoffman
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N. CAROLINA: Wrightsville Beach is Cold but the FISH are still Biting!

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Man it’s been cold around here lately, where did fall go? We have had some kind of weather around here in the last; oh-I’ll say over a year! Cold, hot and cold again, what a year!?!? It has played havoc on the local fishing but I’m not one to set around and wait for it to warm up, I like to fish! So here is the fishing report of what I’ve been trying to catch (with some success) during this cold December we are having.

Speckled trout fishing got a little harder in the last few weeks and I’ve caught a few but worked hard to catch’em. Working baits like MirrOlures and Berkley Gulp very slow has been the best success lately. The trout seem to be sitting deeper whether it’s in the creeks or around the inlets; the trout are feeding in the five plus feet of water. When the trout starting doing this, it’s usually a little later in the year; I use baits that sink very slow. The MirrOlure 52M, 52MR and TT series are some of the best for the slow pattern I look for during the cold fishing mouths. When I use soft plastics like Berkley Gulp I use lighter jig heads in weights of 1/16oz, 1/8oz and 1/4oz. This lighter jig heads make it much easier to work grubs much slower when trout are lethargic form cold water. Any days when we have mostly sunny skies or warmer air temps; these are the winter days you need to try to go Speckled trout fishing.

When the cold weather hit us and decided not to leave, I knew it was time to go try for some Cape Fear River Striped Bass. Cape Fear Stripers can be a hit and miss fishery but not to say you can’t go catch a few most days. I look for the Striped bass in the CFR to be in around five to twelve feet of water; when its warmer they are shallower and when it’s colder they are usually deeper. Casting soft baits like Berkley Gulp jerkshads and pogy patterns are a good choice for the Stripers. Colors I prefer are pearl, new penny and Arkansas shiner. When the CFR Stripers are very active, I like hard baits like MirrOlures L29M in colors 11, 18 and 808. Always with any winter fishing, work baits slower in cold water for better results.

One thing we have not had much of this season is nice enough weather to get out and chase the winter Redfish, one of my favorite winter pass times! The Reds are there all we need is the weather to go get’em. When I fish for winter Redfish I use lots of Berkley Gulp! You can’t go wrong with scented lures when the water gets cold. Berkley Gulp Ripple Shad, 3″ Shrimp and five inch Jerkshad should do the trick. Another trick for winter Redfish is to look for dark/black mud bottoms in creeks; on warmer sunny days the Reds love to get on these flats to warm up a bit. We all know if a fish warms up any at all they will usually bite a hook!

Fishing gear I use:

Gear used: Speckled trout, Redfish and striped Bass: reels Penn Conquer 2000 and Battle 2000 & 3000 spinning reels. *New Rod Line I’m using: Fenwick HMG series in sizes GS 70ML-F for Trout and GS 70M-MF for Redfish and Striped Bass. Locally Intercoastal Angler carries the Fenwick line of rods. Line: Spiderwire Ultracast ten and fifth teen pound. Fluorocarbon leader material, Stren Tinted Fluorocarbon in tints Gunsmoke for clearer waters and Tannic for river or stained waters in twenty pound for trout and thirty pound for Redfish and Striped Bass.

Capt Jot Owens
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