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Fishing Reports by Capt. Michael Dennis


2013-08-16
7:27 AM

North Carolina Inshore Fishing - North Carolina inshore fishing has improved this last week with the flounder bite being around the sand bars and points in the back waters of the Cape Fear River.Red Drum bite has also getting back to normal for August with some upper slot red drums more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2013-04-11
9:12 AM

Spring Fishing Bald Head Island - Spring fishing has started with the Virginia mullet bite just outside Bald Head Island Marina entrance.The mouth of the Cape Fear River is having its annual run of whiting or Virginia mullet,bite has been steady,just having to move around a little ad more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Bald Head Island


2012-07-21
6:18 AM

NC Inshore Fishing Red Drum Flounder - NC Inshore fishing for red drum & flounder in the backwaters of the the Cape Fear River has been from good to slow just depending on the thunder storms that have been passing over the southern tip of Brunswick County.I have been fishing almost every more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River


2012-05-24
8:54 AM

Cape Fear Guide Fishing - Cape Fear Region has been getting a lot of rain in the last couple of weeks,weather has finely turned around the last three days has been beautiful.Fishing has been slow,working hard to find fish will produce a descent catch.Carolina rigs with small more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Bald Head Island


2011-11-16
9:29 AM

Cape Fear Red Fishing - Cape Fear red fishing has improved since the water has cooled down.Red drum are biting live bait & jigs with plastic tails.Fished two days this week bite has been steady almost every stop,red drum are hitting hard & giving the anglers lot's of excite more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River


2011-09-29
8:42 AM

Fishing Cape Fear Region - Fishing in the Cape Fear Region has been tough the last few days,thunder storms everyday,hopefully this will change after Friday with a cool front to drop down.Red fish have been biting right after these thunder storms pass,when the wind lays down,ra more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2011-09-26
7:32 AM

Cape Fear Guide Fishing - Cape Fear Guide reports the red drum fishing in Buzzard Bay has been slow due to weather pattern for the last few days has been nothing but rain & thunder storms.We have had a few hours during the day with no rain but the bite has just been off,the l more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2011-09-09
8:37 AM

North Carolina Fall Fishing - North Carolina fall fishing has started to improve with the arrival of large schools of finger mullet running the banks of Cape Creek.Fished this past weekend first stop yeilded a slot red drum with in the first three minutes of fishing.Making severa more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Bald Head Island


2011-09-07
4:43 PM

NC Fall Fishing - North Carolina fall fishing has started to improve with the arrival of large schools of finger mullet running the banks of Cape Creek.Fished this past weekend first stop yeilded a slot red drum with in the first three minutes of fishing.Making severa more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2011-06-03
9:12 AM

Speckle Trout - Flounder - Red Drum - Speckle trout,flounder,red drum are all biting in the backwaters of the Cape Fear River,live menhaden on carolina rigs are producing fish for the Cape Fear Guide.Most of the action is first thing in the morning on a falling tide.Inshore fishing is no more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River

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