Are Your Rigs Made, Your Reels Clean?

February 15th, 2006 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

By now you should have some rigs made, your reels clean and greased and ready for new line. You should have been starting that boat motor at least once every two weeks and the hubs greased. Don’t forget to put a little air in the tires. It’s been a little slow this past week with all the bad weather. If anyone has any good pictures please email them to us at seagullbt@bellsouth.net or if you just want to tell us about fishing, contact us. We will be glad to get the story in the paper. We at Seagull, or should I say Karen and I, have decided to get more frequent fishing done. We are tired of missing out and besides, someone has to catch that twenty-one pound flounder, therefore we are retiring from business. The store and land are for sale and if you are interested you can call Betsy McQuillen at Walker Realty (458-3388) for more info. We will still be telling you all the local news about fishing and gathering pictures via Internet and other local fishing stores. We will keep you up-to-date on the Boston Mackerel with warmer than normal temperatures. They should be in early this year. In fact I’ve heard there are some biting about thirty miles out offshore. Keep fishin and releasin… Steve and Karen Labanec 910-458-7135

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Find Some Nice Groupers At Frying Pan Tower

February 8th, 2006 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

Well we are into the dead of winter, which really feels like spring most of the time. They say it was the warmest winter ever recorded and I can believe that and so could the fish. They would be happy to tell you they had plenty to eat pretty much all winter. That’s right. All the menhaden did not die in Wrightsville Beach. In fact, there are even some mullets still around. As for fish, I’m still hearing about a few speckled trout down by the monument at Fort Fisher. The river is still holding some puppy drum around most of the islands and there are still some Striped Bass up the river. Offshore, Black Bass are out about twenty miles or more and I hear they are pretty good size and if you dare to chance the weather and run to the tower, you can even find some nice Groupers. Spring will be here soon and so will the Whiting. If we are lucky and do not get a week of freezing temperatures between now and the end of the month, we just might be through the worst of the winter. Keep fishin and releasin… Steve and Karen Labanec 910-458-7135

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