Carolina Beach Fishing Report – 4/23/08

April 26th, 2008 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

red-drum.jpgInshore Carolina Beach fishing – the water temp is up and getting better as days go on. So book your trip today for a fun day of fishing.
Virginia Mullet is still biting well around the Bald Head Island area, fresh shrimp not frozen on a two drop bottom rig works well. Also some really nice Speckled Trout have been caught the past couple of days. In the Cape Fear River around the islands live shrimp and new penny DOA are working great. The Red Drum are also starting to bite well around the docks of the ICW anywhere from Carolina Beach to Wrightsville Beach.

Near Shore – Bluefish and Bonito have showed up so its time to start jigging Sting Silvers Gottcha Plugs. It seems that the fish are getting hungry so whatever you have in that tackle box might work.

In the surf, catches of Bluefish and some small flounder have been reported. It won’t be much longer to start catching some nice Flounder we need the water temp around 68 degrees so be patient. Live pogies, cut mullet or mud minnows should work well.

Capt. Charles Powell
Charlie’s Charters
910-279-0966
flounderman3@bellsouth.net

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