Wahoo Rules The Gulf Stream

September 28th, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

We are getting close to the biggest surf-fishing event on the coast. Coming October 7, 8, and 9th and the fishing is great. The proof is in the pictures. All the fish we are seeing coming in from the surf are uniform. It?s going to be a very fair and open shot at winning as usual. Fishing is excellent right now with lots of Blue Fish in the one to three pound range and lots of Puppy Drum in the twenty-seven inch range. There are some Trout around along with lots of Whiting. The only fish lacking is Black Drum. Both fishing piers are having some small Spot runs and plenty of Whiting and Blues along with a few Flounder. Offshore, Wahoo rule the Gulf Stream and anyone heading to the stream can count on catching some real big Wahoo and Tuna. The wrecks and reefs are holding lots of Grey Trout and some nice Flounder. Even with the warmer water temperatures, fishing is great. So spend a day on the beach or even an entire weekend. Keep fishin and releasin… Steve and Karen Labanec Seagull Bait and Tackle

Robert Guthrie and Jimmy Dorman caught these Sheepshead last week in Carolina Beach.

Harry G. caught these Flounder at 3.2 and 7.75 pounds on September 20th, 2005.

Keith Hughes caught these Pompano at 2.5 and 2.5 pounds on September 23rd, 2005.

Rodger Spencer and Gill caught Flounder at 5.75 lbs. and Sheepshead at 9 lbs. on September 23rd, 2005.

Gene Coble caught this Red Drum last week in Carolina Beach.

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They’re Biting

September 21st, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

I told you so! They’re biting and that’s for sure. The surf is hot right now. Pompano are back with really nice size catches. They’re being caught just from just about any part of the strand. People are also catching Blue Fish, Puppy Drum and some Flounder from the surf. The only fish we have not seen much of is Black Drum. Maybe the water is a little too warm. The Drum that are being caught are good size and a lot of them are over the size limit. We have not heard much about late night fishing yet, but it’s about time for it to start. Just off the beach on the inshore reefs and wrecks, Grey Trout and some Flounder are showing back up. Further offshore, bottom fishing is still great with lots of Snapper and good size Grouper. On top of that, Wahoo have taken over as the biggest we saw this past week was fifty pounds. Inshore, the river and waterway are full of big Red Drum. Most of them are way over the slot but what a fight. It’s well worth the trip. There should be some great fishing now through October. Some of the best of the year, so take that day off and catch a bog one! Keep fishin and releasin… Steve and Karen Labanec Seagull Bait and Tackle

Micheal Beckwith caught this 6 lb. Flounder on September 19th, 2005.

J.W. Ward with a 3.5 and 4 lb. Trout and Terry Johnston with a 6.5 lb. Flounder caught last week.

Ryan Angel caught this 50 pound Wahoo on September 17th, 2005.

Matthew and Tiffany Kinley caught this Flounder at 3.25 pounds on September 18th, 2005.

Mike Williams caught this Red Drum on September 16th, 2005.

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