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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