Headhunter Outdoors Report 10-29-07

October 29th, 2007 by Gillwetter Press | 1 Comment »

Hi folks Capt. David here with this weeks outdoors report. The spots are around and are just as liable to be in the waterway or the surf now. I’ve heard that both are producing equally well. Bloodworms or cut shrimp are the best baits to fill a cooler but the Fishbites artificial bait are just as good and it lasts longer.

The piers are reporting fair runs of Spots usually at night. The end of the pier bunch are still catching Kings too! Who knows how long it will last but a lot of folks are sure taking advantage of the bite. That also means the small boat guys still have a good shot at catching a smoker within sight of the hill. Find the bait, find the fish!

Bottom fishing is still hot as well with the fish in the usual spots. Be careful going out this time of the year, the weather can change in a few minutes.

Inside the Trout bite is picking up a little and the Reds are eating everything in sight. I’ve heard that the inlet bars are holding some huge schools of overslot Reds. Lea island and the Rich’s inlet bars seem to be the hotspots. Most of these fish are big so take the heavy stuff! Flounder are laying around dang near every dock along the waterway and Banks channel and are hitting live or artificials. Folks this cool weather this week should really get the fish fired up so all I can say is GO FISHING!

On the hunting side, why have you folks not been sending in your photo’s so we can make you famous? Hey I know somebody other than my buddies have got one. Hey folks don’t forget Duck season comes in a a couple of weeks. Have you got your mess together? Is the dog ready? Are your waders leak checked? Is your shotgun cleaned? Do you have your duck stamp? Well if that didn’t get you thinking then you ain’t a duck hunter. I finally got a photo of my buddies son with his buck for this weeks edition. The boy is white as a ghost, but he got one heck of a deer! I asked his dad the other day if he wanted to know how to get a big buck and when he said yes. I told him to ask his son! Well I guess that’s it for this week so remember to be safe and take a kid with you!

Capt. David
Headhunter Outdoors
(910) 329-0818

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Angus Keffer with a nice 8 pointer killed near Roanoke Rapids N.C. while hunting with his dad. This was his first deer.

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Headhunter Outdoors Report 10-23-07

October 23rd, 2007 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Hi folks Capt. David here with this weeks outdoors report. I really don’t know what to think about the spots. One day they are biting and the next day nothing. I guess the water is still a little warm for them to be running. Lets hope for some cooler weather, after all it is the end of October. The Reds are still biting really well both in the surf and in the sound. The surf on the north end of Lea island is a good spot,if you can find room! Everybody goes there for Reds and it’s a hotspot every year. The Flounder are thick back in the sound and are laying around just about every dock out there. A fat finger mullet on a Carolina rig is the best way to tempt Mr. Flatfish. Heck there might even be a nice red hanging out too. There is plenty off bait in the water,Menhaden,Finger mullet,and Shrimp in the creeks,so get some off all three. The Trout are around but they haven’t gotten fired up yet. Water temps again!

Offshore nothing has changed in the last couple of weeks. The fish are biting thanks to the warm water the kings are still close and everything else is too. It’s kind of like early summer to the fish. Find the bait and the fish ain’t far from them. Trolling or bottom fishing,it’s still good folks. Now go fishing!

On the hunting side, My buddy Mike Keffer of Wilminton called me the other evening and was about to bust! His 15 yr old son Angus had just killed his first deer and it was an 8 pointer. It was a mainframe 7 with a little kicker. Angus heard the deer get up in the thicket behind him and shake, then a couple of minutes later it stepped out in the field he was on the edge of. He dropped him where he stood with a 12 guage and a couple of well placed buckshot rounds. Mike said the boy was white as a sheet and he wasn’t sure he had breathed in a few minutes. Funny thing is they called me from the field when he got him! Some of my friends ain’t wrapped real tight! Great guys and the best friends a guy could want. Thats one of the things about taking your kids out in the field with you, the memories last a lifetime! Well thats about it for this week,so be safe and take a kid with you! Capt. David

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