Big Yellow Fin

October 6th, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Sorry folks for the delay in fishing news. We’ve been pretty busy with moving and trying to get set up in our new home. Any way back to fishing news, the waters are slam full of red drum. A few speckled trout are showing up in the river, along with a few of the big yellow fin spots everyone’s waiting for, they should be coming in good in the next few weeks. Whiting and gray trout are showing up too. Blue fish are here so stay away from the brass hooks and anything shinny unless blues are what you want to catch. Flounder are out there, some door mats are being caught but for the most part their still on the medium side. Surf fishing is well, okay, if you like getting sand blasted. North east winds have been kinda strong in the last week or so. Some spots and blues are running along with red drum and black drum and a few flounder. Mullet minnows seem to be the bait of choice for drum and flounder. Shrimp, squid or cut bait for the pan fish ( spots, croakers, trout, whiting) .Off shore, if you can get out for the wind, kings are in the ten mile range. Well, I think that’s about it for now, so keep your worm wigglin’. Remember, B & B Bait and Tackle is open 7 am to 7 pm Sunday through Thursday 7 am to 9 pm Friday and Saturday October 7th and 8th we’ll be open 24 hours for the fall fishing tournament for your convienence Adam and Jennifer Burton B & B Bait and Tackle 1301 Bridge Barrier Rd. 910-458-4644

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Flounders Are Getting Bigger

August 16th, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

This is gonna be a short report because we’re in the middle of moving and will be a month or so before I can get a new one to you so here goes……… Flounders are getting bigger, still alot of small 13 and 14 inches being caught though. We’ve seen some nice red drum in the last few weeks, being caught in the river and waterway near docks. Pompano, blues, and some small flounder being caught in the surf. Whiting are a plenty too. Some trout being caught back in the river along with the red drum. The baits of choice seem to be mud minnows, finger mullet or cut mullet and shrimp. Over all fishings been pretty good in the last dew weeks, now if we could get the weather to cooperate we’d be doing good. Good luck fishin’ and remember, keep your worm wigglin’ Adam and Jennifer Burton B & B Bait and Tackle 1301 Bridge Barrier Rd. 910-458-4644

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Jeff Hinnant with a 20 lb. King Mackerel caught at 12 mile rock on a cigar minnow 08/13/05

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Kate and Charlie Seal with a 4.5 lb flounder and a 4.25 lb. red drum caght near snow’s cut on finger mullet 08/12/05

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Tom Hogue with a 7lb 4 ounce red drum caught on a finger mullet in the river 08/04/05

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Brother and sister Doug and Jen Erickson with 2 identical flounders ,both were 22 inches and 4.25 lbs. caught of finger mullet in the inlet. 08/03/05

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Rance McLelland from Salisbury,NC caught this 8lb 12 oune flounder on a finger mullet 08/14/05

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