North Carolina Coastal Report 5-21-08

May 22nd, 2008 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

On the piers bluefish, Virginia mullet, croaker, flounder, & shark.

On the surf red & black drum, bluefish, Virginia mullet, & small flounder.

Inshore lots of small croaker, some red & black drum, Virginia mullet, black bass, a few speckled trout, & flounder. Offshore on the bottom beeliner, grouper, snapper, black bass, grunts, & shark.

Fishing tip of the week: For you fishermen that hire inshore guides, if you intend to target drum, flounder, or trout try to keep it to 3 or less anglers. You will have a lot more fun, especially this time of year. If you catch 10 or less this would be a good day, but if you have 6 anglers 10 fish would not be so good. Keep fishing & stay safe.

Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters
910-616-3957

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Erin from New York City caught her first red drum while fishing aboard Affordable Charters

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Affordable Charters Fishing Report 5-11-08

May 11th, 2008 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

In the surf red & black drum, speckled trout, a few small flounder, Virginia mullet, croaker & shark.

In the surf bluefish, red & black drum, Virginia mullet, & croaker.

On the piers Spanish mackerel, bluefish, Virginia mullet, flounder, & shark.

Offshore on the bottom snapper, grouper, beeliners, black bass, grunt, & shark.

Fishing tip of the week: In the past week Spanish mackerel have shown up as well as some bonito. Best spot is right outside of Carolina Beach inlet. Keep fishing & stay safe.

Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters
910-616-3957

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