Affordable Charters Fishing Report 7-28-08

July 28th, 2008 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

In the surf we are catching blue fish, small virginia mullet, flounder, some puppy drum, croakers, and sharks.

Inshore flounder, red drum, speckled trout, some small cobia, virginia mullet, croakers, pompano, ladyfish, and sheepshead.

Offshore on top water king mackerel, dolphin, & sailfish.

On the bottom black bass.

On the piers they are catching croakers, blue fish, black drum, flounder, sheepshead, & spanish & king mackerel. flounder, grunts, grouper, and snappers.

This weeks fishing tip is on shallow water fishing. It is very easy to spook fish out of a fishing hole in shallow water. So it is important to approach your spot quietly and slowly. Have your anchor ready and don’t throw it overboard, let it down gently. Even dropping or slamming a cooler lid will scare fish away. Talking loud or radios have no affect. Be sure you have a good anchor that won’t drag. Keep fishing and be safe.

Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters

Sarah from Castlewood,  Virginia with a nice flounder & bluefish caught aboard Affordable Charters.

Ed & Jeff from Winston Salem, NC caught some nice speckled trout fishing aboard Affordable Charters.

Joey from Durham, NC caught & released his first red drum aboard Affordable Charters.

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Affordable Charters Fishing Report 7-20-08

July 21st, 2008 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Offshore some nice catches of sailfish, gag & red grouper, red snapper, mahi mahi, black bass, cobia, dolphin, king mackerel, wahoo, & tuna.

On top near shore Spanish mackerel, bluefish, & king mackerel.

On the piers king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, flounder, puppy drum, small croaker, spots, sheepshead, tile fish & Virginia mullet.

In the surf some large pompano, bluefish, flounder, Virginia mullet, puppy drum, black drum, & shark.

Inshore the flounder are bigger than they have been, catfish, speckled trout, red drum, black drum, small croaker, bluefish, pompano, & shark.

This weeks fishing tip is about fishing line. There are a lot of different types of line on the market, so recommending one certain type would be hard to do. Most of the time it depends on fishing conditions or just personal preference. But no matter what kind you use, the sun will rot it very fast, so when you’re done fishing get your rod out of direct sun light and it will last a lot longer and the tinsel strength will stay consistent. Keep fishing and stay safe.

Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters

Josh, George, & family from Kentucky caught a nice mess of flounder & speckled trout on artificial bait aboard Affordable Charters.

Tommy Smith of Mebane, NC caught a nice stringer of grey trout & Virginia mullet in the Cape Fear River aboard Affordable Charter

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