Deer Season Is In

November 21st, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Capt. David Baxley Headhunter Outdoors 910-329-0818 – Monday, November 21, 2005 reports:
It doesn’t get any better than it is now. Deer season is in and the bucks are chasing does. Duck season is in and everything else is in except turkeys.If you hunt, male or female, young or old, novice or experienced, its HAPPYTIME!! If you don’t know where to hunt the NCDWR does an outstanding job of providing the citizen of this state quality areas to pursue multiple species. Just be careful out there. It’s also turkey shoot season in the area for 3 dollars you get a chance to win a frozen turkey and a chance to rib your buddies about outshooting them. The Surf City Fire Dept. is holding their shoot at the corner of Hwy.50 and 210. The Turkey Creek Fire Dept. is having theirs at the corner of Old Folkstone road and Tar Landing road .The VFW on HWY. 17 is also holding a shoot on Sat. nights. If you have a shotgun and want to support a good cause try any of these shoots. If youv’e never been to one you might be surprised how much fun it is for the whole family.
Well that’s about it for this week and please send pictures of your fish or game. Remember to be careful and safe out there and take a kid hunting or fishing!

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Headhunter Outdoors Reports – Surfcity & Topsail Island,NC

November 15th, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Hi folks Capt. David Baxley of HeadHunter Outdoors with this weeks fishing report. The spots are still running in good numbers and are in the surf and sound now. The topsail creek channel at marker 98 and banks channel at the waterway are good spots according to all the boats I have seen catching fish there this week. The water is cooling off pretty fast with the temps in the low to mid 60’s now so if you want to stock the freezer ,now is the time. Va. mullet are biting in the sound and surf also now. Shrimp and bloodworms seem to be working equally well now on both spots and mullet. The point down at the south end is producing some nice drum but its all about being there at the right time. The dredge dock is giving up some nice specks in the late evening and at night with a few drum mixed in.
The off shore is coming in with kings in the 5-10 mile range and the false alberts showing up around the reefs and inlets. Watch for birds or the water boiling. Wahoo and sailfish are in the stream also.
Capt. David Baxley of HeadHunter Outdoors Charters (910) 329-0818.

(pictured above) Sid Davis from Knoxville, Tennessee caught this 35 inch Red Drum while fishing aboard the Headhunter Outdoors with Capt. David Baxley.

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