Nice Fish For Dinner

November 30th, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Have you stopped fishing for the year? Well, if you did your missing out! The piers are still catching lots of Whiting. No monsters, but some really nice fish for dinner. The surf has not slowed much either. They’re still catching plenty of Black Drum and Puppy Drum along with some small Whiting. It?s not too cold for the fish yet. So why are you at home waiting for spring? We have been hearing about a lot of Speckled Trout down in the bays and around the Carolina Beach Inlet. Stripe Bass are starting to show up in the river around the power lines and the Exxon dock mainly on Stretch 25′s. There are also plenty of Drum in the river. Offshore fishing reports are good but finding a day pretty enough to get out there is the problem. Keep fishin and releasin… Steve and Karen Labanec Seagull Bait and Tackle

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Walter Brinegar caught this 3.6 pound Pompano last week.

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Thomas Altieri caught this 60 pound Wahoo on November 11th, 2005.

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John caught this 5.5 pound Red Drum on November 24th, 2005.

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Bobby Huffman caught this 2.75 pound Pompano on November 9th, 2005.

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Bo, Nick, Mark and Ray caught Grey Trout and Whiting fishing aboard a local charter boat.

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Speckled Trout Are All Over The Carolina Beach Inlet

November 23rd, 2005 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Is it too cold for you? Well, it is not too cold for fishing; not yet anyway. This past week those that made it out offshore before the big blow did real good on bottom fishing. Lots of Grouper were caught in the teens. Closer to the beach some big Grey Trout were caught on and around High Rock and most of the other onshore wrecks and reefs. If you would rather fish the piers, they’re both still catching lots of Whiting and Black Drum with the occasional small schools of Spots. The surf is still producing and has not slowed down much. There are still plenty of Blue Fish in the one to three pound range. Whiting are also still feeding on sand fleas and shrimp. Black Drum have also moved in to the beach. There have been many caught up around the inlet. Speaking of the inlet. Speckled Trout are all over the inlet. No trophies, but plenty of good eating fish. Down the river, the Whiting are still hanging around the entrance to Bald Head Island and Croakers are plentiful. Maybe you will even catch one of those big Red Drum still lumbering around feeding on crabs and a stray mullet minnow. It?s almost Striper time. We have heard of a couple up by the power lines on stretch 25?s. Keep fishin and releasin… Steve and Karen Labanec Seagull Bait and Tackle

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Randy McCombs of Rockwell, NC caught this 6.18 pound fish on November 15th, 2005.

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Libby Culbreth caught these 3.75 and 2.25 pound Pompano on November 15th, 2005.

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Charles Payne caught these Flounder on November 1st, 2005.

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Mary Vann took her first ever fishing trip and caught her limit on Trout earlier this month.

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These guys from V.A. caught these large fish aboard Large Time Charters out of Carolina Beach on 11-12-05.

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