Mud Minnows

July 4th, 2005 by Gillwetter Press

Sorry ladies and gents, We’ve been a little tied up for the last few weeks.The grass has finally left and the fishing is getting back to normal. We’ve had a few good fishing trips in June. Adam and his friend Robert, landed several small flounder at the first of the month, mostly in the ICWW. But by the end of the month we were catching keepers. Charles, Daniel and Adam went 2 weeks ago and pulled in nine flounder but only 5 were keepers. Shari Moore caught a woppin’ 5 pounder July 1st. You Go Girl! Surf fishing is pretty good right now, pompano, blues, some summer flounder, and a few red and black drum. River fishing bites right now, sharks are everywhere. Much more than that, Snow’s Cut, the Inlet and structures on the ICWW are the place to be. Keep your worm wigglin’ . Adam and Jennifer Burton B& B Bait and Tackle 910-458-4644

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Shari Moore with a 5 lb. one ounce flounder caught near the inlet using a live mud minnow 07/01/05 ” She’s in the lead Keith”

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Vicki Adams with a 1 lb. black drum caught in the state park on shrimp 06/20/05

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Carl Carey with a 5 lb. flounder caught 06/05/05 using a live mud minnow near the inlet

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Charles Bell and his son Daniel with a mess of flounder caught within a two hour time period in the same spot fishing on the “Gill Wetter” with Adam Burton Bait of choice…….mud minnow

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Adam Burton with a 3 1/2 lb. flounder caught on a live mud minnow 06/24/05 somewhere near Snow’s Cut

[tags]Carolina Beach Fishing, CBfishing, flounder, North Carolina fishing[/tags]

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