Fish To Catch In The Cape Fear River

January 28th, 2007 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Captain John Carty
Affordable Fishing Charters
Carolina Beach, NC
910-616-3957

Inshore, people are catching croakers, small spots, a few Virginia mullet, red and black drum, speckled trout, stripped bass and catfish. No report for surf fishing. Offshore, people bottom fishing are catching black bass, grouper, grunts and a few flounder.
This week’s fishing tip: There are still some fish to catch in the Cape Fear River like stripped bass, red drum, catfish and speckled trout.
There are a lot of good fishing spots in the river. The best way to learn about the river is just to go out there. Take it slow and safe. When you see a spot that looks good, fish it. After a few fishing trips you will be adding new fishing holes to your fishing day, which will equal more fish. It’s a lot more fun to find the fish yourself than to ask someone else. Your typical fisherman will not tell you the truth!
That’s all part of the fun. So get out there this winter and do some exploring. It will pay off!
Keep fishing and stay safe.
Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters

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(pictured above) The Gray Rider with this awsome stringer of speckled trout.

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(pictured above) John and Debbie Carty caught this stringer of flounder off Frying Pan Shoals.

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Carolina Beach Fishing Inshore, Offshore, & Tips

January 21st, 2007 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Captain John Carty
Affordable Fishing Charters
Carolina Beach, NC
910-616-3957

On the surf still a few Virginia mullet, small black drum, puppy drum and speckled trout. Inshore, still Virginia mullet, croaker, small red and black drum, speckled trout, catfish and some stripped bass.
Offshore, on the bottom, black bass, grouper, ringtails, grunts and gray trout.
Fishing tip of the week: For those fishermen that have hung it up for this season, be sure to lightly rinse off rods and reels.
After they dry, lightly mist reels, especially all pivot points with C.R.C. or WD40. Also rinse off your cast nets and dip nets. Put all your fishing gear in a good dry spot out of the sun.
Open all compartments of your boat and tackle box on a nice sunny day so everything can dry out. (All enclosed areas condensate).
We have been very fortunate to have had great warm temperatures for the past two months but cold weather is on the way.
Our water temperature is going to drop at least 8 to 20 degrees in the next week.
Stay warm, be safe, and keep fishing.
Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters

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(pictured above) Berry Lucas (The Gray Rider) caught black drum and speckled trout while fishing aboard Affordable Charters.

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(pictured above) Neil Smith of Mebane, NC. Eat your heart out Dad! Better luck next time. Red Drum caught aboard Affordable Charters.

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(pictured above) Price, Bogey, and Andy caught this nice stringer of fish aboard Affordable Charters.

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