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Fishing Reports by Capt. Michael Dennis


2010-10-17
11:00 AM

NC Fall Inshore Fishing - North Carolina fall fishing in the Cape Fear region continues to be steady despite the large volume of water draining into the Cape Fear River,which has flooded the backwaters of Buzzard Bay. Capt.Mike Dennis continues to be one of the most success more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2010-09-15
12:10 PM

Cape Fear Region High Tides - Cape Fear Region of North Carolina tides are running high flooding the banks in Buzzard Bay,this means sight casting for red drum ! Found the banks to be flooded,changed my fishing tatics just a little,found the red drum to be hitting hard,spotted a more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2010-08-29
6:30 AM

Red Drum Bald Head Island - Red drum bite this past week has been in the afternoon due to the extremely high tides in the morning.Flounders seemed to be scattered in Buzzard Bay with the drum bite starting two hours into the rising tide.Carolina rigs with finger mullet work wel more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2010-08-12
12:25 PM

Bald Head Island Inshore Fishing - Red Drum fishing at Bald Head Island is one of the favorite spots for Capt.Mike Dennis out of Carolina Beach,N.C. Red Drum fishing has been on the rise with the fish biting on the rising tide in the creeks behind Bald Head Island. Live bait on caro more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Bald Head Island


2010-07-11
8:39 AM

Carolina Beach Fishing Destination - Carolina Beach,N.C. is one of North Carolina's prime coastal inshore fishing destinations connected to the Cape Fear River by Snow's Cut which produces some of the largest flounder in the state. Red drum bite has been consistent in July,left the doc more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Carolina Beach


2010-06-18
9:38 AM

Speckle Trout in June - Speckle Trout in June not the normal,but the Cape Fear River is not your normal inshore fishery,it is one that holds fish year round. The falling tide in one of the smaller creeks just off the Cape Fear river yielded a good bite of speckle trout thi more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River


2010-06-06
8:15 AM

Carolina Beach Fishing - Carolina Beach fishing is in full swing with the arrival of the small menhaden in the Cape Fear river the red drum bite really improved with a number of fish over 27 being caught.Slot size in North Carolina is 18-27TL. Fishing with live menhaden more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River


2010-05-30
1:45 PM

Cape Fear Flounder Fishing - Cape Fear River flounder fishing is starting to really happen fished Saturday just south of Snow's Cut found the flounder and speckle trout to be biting on the rising tide. Live bait on Carolina rigs seemed to work best,light spinning rods & reels y more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River


2010-05-08
10:56 AM

Red Drum & Virginia Mullet - Fished the Cape Fear river yesterday catching Virginia mullet just off from Fort Fisher ferry landing,this was my first trip of the season for I have been recovering from surgery on my Achilles tendon.It sure does feel great being back on the water c more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River


2009-11-04
6:44 AM

Cape Fear Fishing November - Temperatures are beginning to drop,fall is here along with some great inshore fishing. Speckle trout,red drum,flounders are all biting,the last couple of weeks has produced some large flounders from 8lb to 13lbs coming off the near-shore artificial more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River

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