Affordable Charters Fishing Report 01-31-11

January 31st, 2011 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

We had a few pretty fishing days this past week.

There have been reports of some striped bass, some red drum, & speckled trout caught around Wilmington in the Cape Fear River.

In the waterways & bays a few red drum & some speckled trout.

Don’t forget the zero tolerance on speckled trout & striped bass is still in effect. As the water warms up the ban on speckled trout should be lifted. Keep fishing & stay safe.

Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters
910 616-3957


Blast from the past: Tommy Smith caught a nice mess of panfish while fishing aboard Affordable Charters last summer.


Blast from the past: This is what we have to look forward to in summertime fishing aboard Affordable Charters. A great variety of fish. Can’t wait.

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Affordable Charters Fishing Report 01-24-11

January 24th, 2011 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Still catching a few red drum off the surf on Masonboro Island & in the river & bays. A few reports of some speckled trout being caught. Up the river toward Wilmington a few striped bass, red drum, & catfish. It’s been rather difficult to fish due to the extreme cold weather & heavy wind. There are still some fish to catch if you’re willing to battle the elements. Keep fishing & stay safe.

Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters
910 616-3957


Blast from the past: Dean Pye & Shawn Carty caught flounder & a 22 lb. black drum while fishing in the surf at Carolina Beach.


Blast from the past: Bob & Ginger Wilson had a good day drum fishing at Masonboro Island.

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