Seahawk Inshore Fishing Report 3/15/11

March 15th, 2011 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

The redfish bite has slowed since my last report. We are still picking up a few fish on Gulp Alive Shrimp, DOA soft plastics and live mud minnows on float rigs and carolina rigs. Schools of reds are on the flats and there are some good sightfishing opportunities when the wind cooperates which has been rare lately. Most of the reds we have caught lately have been in the protected creeks of the lower Cape Fear area. There are also some reds being caught in the bays and docks of the Masonboro Sound area.

We have also picked up a couple of flounder recently and are waiting the arrival of some other species such as black drum, whiting, speckled trout, and sheephead. These fish should be showing up soon and we are looking forward to a good spring fishing season. Thanks for reading the report and check out some of the photos from the past few weeks.

Jeff Wolfe
Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters
North Carolina Inshore Fishing Blog

2/23/11 Rich from Ohio with a red he picked up casting a Gulp Alive Shrimp along a creek bank

2/25/11 Brandon and Buddy doubled up out of a large school on the flats

2/25/11 Buddy with a red he caught casting a DOA Shad Tail in the golden shiner color

2/27/11 8yr old Bonner with a red he caught on a Gulp Alive Shrimp. No matter your age or skill level, I can make it as easy as fishing in your local farm pond.

2/27/11 Bruce and Bonner had a great father and son trip catching reds on the lower Cape Fear

3/12/11 Charles picked up this early spring flounder and caught another small one shortly after on a Gulp Alive Shrimp

3/12/11 Heather with a red she caught float fishing a live mud minnow along a creek bank

3/12/11 Charles with one of the reds he caught float fishing a live mud minnow. Well over double digits on this day, most were caught on mud minnows

3/13/11 Patrick with a red he caught float fishing a live mud minnow along the grass line

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