wrightsville beach/topsail beach fishing charters

March 30th, 2011 by Capt. Mike Hoffman | Comments Off

wrightsville beach fishing charters  Captain mike 910-619-8509  The last few days of fishing have been great, lots of reds moving up on the flats and oyster bars to sun and feed.Soft plastics, jerkbaits and swimbaits have been my choice .There is lots of winter moss still left on the bottom which makes anything heavy impossible to fish.The rain has set in today but the trout have started moving to the creek mouths which makes them easy to see and easy to catch.With the weather breaking  this weekend, it should be the time to hit the water!

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wrightsville/topsail beach fishing charters

May 18th, 2010 by Capt. Mike Hoffman | No Comments »

http://www.wrightsvillebeachfishingtcharters.net captainmike 910-619-8509 the water has finally hit the magic number.wrightsville and topsail beach offshore has turned on big time.large schools of cobia are around the inlets to the wr4 areas,kings are everywhere! 10-15lb schooling kings and several of the hogs are in the 5 mile to the inlets on falling tide. live bait is around but the big ones are on the beach.huge schools of spanish,binita are 3-5 mile areas tearing the greenys up..the green spoons are working good for me. inshore, reds are still strong except on the northeast winds..i ve been catching nice flounder in the creeks and decent trout 15-17 inches are in the backs of the creeks on high tide gobblin up up those little shrimp in the oyster beds. hit the water! http://www.topsailbeachfishingcharters.com

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wrightsville beach/topsail beach fishing charters

April 28th, 2010 by Capt. Mike Hoffman | No Comments »

p1010022.JPGhttp://www.wrightsvillebeachfishingcharters.net     captainmike 910-619-8509   the inshore fishing around the topsail and wrightsville beach areas are still hot,lot and lots of red and black drum from 16-28 inches are feeding in the shallows. sights fishing is one of my favorite ways to fish.the water is real clear and the temps inshore are from 65-72 degrees. most of my larger fish are coming on the rising tide throwing a m4 jerkbait. on the lower tides a gulp shrimp or crab will do the trick as the fish dont seem to be as hungry. offshore there are bluefish in the surf, a few spanish are showing up,bonita are everywhere! i ve heard of them being caught within 10 miles but havent seen much action there myself. 18-25 mile though, there are hugh schools feeding everywhere! small spoons, jerkbaits and clown deep divers are turning them on for me.as far as the kings go its hit or miss 28-35 mile range but as i said in my last blog the first week of may you should be on the water. summer coming and im booking up fast,grab your kids and head to the coast for some great times and great fishing! remember i have great rates on hotels on and off the beach to satisfy any budget!! http://topsailbeachfishingcharters.com

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wrightsville beach/topsail beach fishing charters

April 18th, 2010 by Capt. Mike Hoffman | No Comments »

http://www.wrightsvillebeachfishingcharters.net   captain mike 910-619-8509…4/17/10   the water temps around the area are sloooowly rising the offshore bite gets better everyday.the spanish and bonita are showing up within 10 miles of the beach,there are blues showing up in the surf witch means the kings are not far behind.we have gotten into them 28-30 miles out but the water temps nearshore are still 62-65…not warm enough yet.after looking at my logs, im thinking may 1st will be the day to king fish nearshore.on the other hand, the reds, flounder and puppy trout are still eating it up.gulp shrimp,paddle tail swimbaits are still making them hungry.so come on down to the beach and catch a fish of a lifetime! i also have great rates for hotels or condos for 1 day or 2 weeks!!  http://www.topsailbeachfishingcharters.com

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topsail beach/wrightsville beach fishing charters

March 22nd, 2010 by Capt. Mike Hoffman | No Comments »

http://www.wrightsvillebeachfishingcharters.net  captain mike 910-619-8509  what a weekend! i think spring has got here at last. for the first time the redfish were on the move in large schools on the grass flats. the numbers of fish seem to be growing from year to year. the fish that are on the beach are moving into the inlets now that the water temps are in the mid to high 50`s. if you can find schools of bait, these fish will be stuck to them! ive been throwing gulp shrimp and some shrimp i froze (with the heads on) on a 1/4 jighead and or a 4 inch shad color stormbait for the bigger fish. i have seen small schools of trout (50 or less) running around towards topsail area. i think 62 degrees will be the magic number for them. clear grubs, small crankbaits and jerkbaits are my lures of choice.  http://www.topsailbeachfishingcharters.com

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wrightsville beach fishing charters

March 9th, 2010 by Capt. Mike Hoffman | No Comments »

http://www.wrightsvillebeachfishingcharters.net  captain mike 910-619-8509        today the sun is out and the water temps are hitting the 50`s! reds,trout,flounder are starting to move around and feed more and more everyday.the fish that were under the docks are now moving up on the warm flats looking for a easy meal.small crankbaits and gulp shrimp are doing the trick for me so far. the fish as they move up on these flats seem to get spooky easier than the ones holding on to the docks.a good pair of shades and a long cast will better your chances on catching these early spring fish!

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