This Is The Best Time To Go Surf Fishing

October 26th, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

It is now prime time and the proof is in the fishing! The surf is full of Blue Fish from two to six pounds. Along with the Blue Fish, there are plenty of Whiting with some up to two pounds. This is the best time to go surf fishing. Puppy Drum, Spots and Croaker are plentiful right now and it should remain good for the next few weeks. Pier fishing is also very good right now. Both piers are catching lots of Spots of average size. The real big Yellow Belly Spots are still north of here so that tells me we still have plenty of time! Both piers are also catching Blue Fish and Spots at different times of the day. Down the river, Spots are thick and there are some nice Grey Trout mixed in. Whiting are also down the river and some are real nice size. Offshore, King Mackerel have been hanging around the ten mile box cars and Grouper are thick around thirty miles out and around the red and white marker. You will still have plenty of time to catch some nice fish. Dress a little warmer and get out there! Keep fishin and releasin… Steve and Karen Labanec Seagull Bait and Tackle

Barbra Smith caught these Speckled Trout at 4 lb. and 3.5 lb. on October 17th, 2005.

J.W. Vestal caught this 8 lb. 7 oz. Flounder on October 22, 2005.

Van caught this 8.5 pound Sheepshead on October 18th, 2005.

Terry Payne and Becky Slate caught these ten Flounder on October 23rd, 2005 while fishing in Carolina Beach.

These guys caught twenty-two Flounder at the South End of the Island up to three pounds.

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Fall Surf Fishing Tournament

October 19th, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

want to start by apologizing for not thanking all our sponsors in this year’s fall surf fishing tournament. In spite of everything everyone had a good time; all two hundred and ninety of them. Now for this week’s flood, the full moon and astronomically high tides topped with all that rain runoff is washing over both ends of the island and that will pass soon. As for fishing, well, it’s pretty darn good. Both piers – especially the North Pier – are catching Spots by the bucket full and some are of decent size. As for Whiting, there are some in the surf and around the piers but by far – if you have a boat, down the river is the place to be. Some real nice fish are being caught including some big Drum. Blue Fish are also being caught in the surf. Fishing should remain good for a long while as long as the water temperature is still in the upper seventies. There are still plenty of Flounder around. Just offshore, Grey Trout are thick down around the monument about a half-mile offshore. Further out, bottom fishing is pretty good when you can get out there. Even though the weather has been rather rough, fall fishing is starting off great. We have even heard of some real big Red Drum down on the south end. Keep fishin and releasin… Steve and Karen Labanec Seagull Bait and Tackle

Marshall, Ben, David, and Eric caught these fish.

Lee and Tony caught Red Drum and Flounder on October 15th, 2005.

Captain Carty caught this big fish on October 12th, 2005.

Wendy Lewis caught this nine pound five ounce Flounder on September 28th, 2005.

Mike and Denise Williams caught Red Drum, Speckled Trout and more on 9-16-2005.

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