CarolinaExplorer 4-17 fishing report: Red drum, black drum, lots of whiting, puffers, and various others!! Call and Book your fishing charter today 910-264-1807!!

April 17th, 2013 by Capt. Robert Schoonmaker | Comments Off

Hello everyone. The spring weather has finally arrived and the fish are biting. We are catching red drum and black drum on fresh shrimp or mud minnows. You can catch them on jigs with gulp shrimp or jerk baits rigged weedless. There have been a few trout and flounder around as well. The whiting bite has been great in the river. Lots of fish and fun. They have been biting fresh shrimp and worms fished on double hook rigs on the bottom. Look for the boats and anchor up. A few bluefish and grey trout are biting as well. Now is a great time to book your inshore of coastal fishing charter for spring or summer, Give me a call at 910-264-1807.

Chris with a 19inch red that fell for a piece of dead shrimp on a carolina rig. One of several he landed on this trip.

Mark with a nice 24inch red that hit a dead shrimp on a carolina rig. He won the bet for biggest fish.

Greg with  a nice 26inch red that fell for the seafood buffet rig.

John with a 22inch red that hit the seafood buffet rig. We all like eating at the buffet.

Brian put another keeper in the boat. Lots of fun in the Carolina Sun.

Greg with a nice black drum that hit fresh shrimp.

Toby and Greg doubling on reds.  Great day on the water.

Ellan with a double on whiting.

Allen with a double on puffers… Chicken of the sea.

The Kook family with a nice catch of whiting.  The kids also caught sharks and puffers. Lots of family fun.

Larry, Brian and John with the keeper fish they landed. Lots of red fish this day, small ones and keepers.

Deana Jackson and family with a great catch of whiting. This was a nice way to spend her birthday.

Patt and Ken with a table full of whiting and puffers. We also landed several reds, but they were too small to keep.

Day two with Patt and Ken. We slayed the whiting again and had a few keeper black drum and a keeper red drum. We released several smaller reds.

Three generation catching fish and having fun.  A wonderful fishing trip with the Juhl family.

Ellan and Allen with a table full of whiting and puffers. I cut Allens head out of the picture because I was yelling at a pelican trying to steal a fish in the lower left corner of the picture. You and see his beak and fish in its mouth.

As you can see the fish are biting and the weather is nice. Now is a great time to plan you Spring or Summer fishing charters. Give me a call at 910-264-1807 and book your trip today!!

Thanks

Capt. Robert Schoonmaker

910-264-1807

www.carolinaexplorer.com

www.redfishexplorer.com

robert@carolinaexplorer.com

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