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North Carolina Fishing Reports

North Carolina Fishing Reports by Location:

Bald Head Island (6)

Buzzard Bay (10)

Cape Fear River (28)

Carolina Beach (31)

Holden Beach (8)

Morehead City (1)

Outer Banks (17)

Southport (19)

Topsail Beach (8)

Wilmington (8)

Wrightsville Beach (492)


North Carolina Fishing Reports

11:48 AM

Backwaters Cape Fear River - Backwaters of the Cape Fear River are producing some nice flounder and Red Drum in early September. I am finding most of the fish along the banks where there are current and shallow waters. Be stealthy when approaching your fishing spots in shallow w more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River

8:54 AM

Carolina Beach Speckled Trout Bite - Carolina Beach Speckled Trout bite has started. Capt. Mike has fished three days in a row this week in the local waters around Carolina Beach catching the North Carolina Speckled Trout limit each day. The weather this week has been exceptional with more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Carolina Beach

8:21 AM

Visiting Morehead City, NC - I visited Ron and Maria Cook over the last 4 days, and had a great time. My first day in town we went bottom fishing. I vertical and slow pitched jigs all day. One of my highlights of 2 weeks of fishing was scoring a 15 pound grey grouper. We als more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Morehead City

10:23 AM

Capt.Mike Dennis-Yaupon Reef - This past Monday I loaded the boat up for an afternoon of King Mackerel fishing. Live bait rods, plenty of ice, and beer. Called an old friend of mine to take a ride south on the Cape Fear River to fish off of Southport. The Cape Fear River was laid more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Southport

3:34 AM

N.C. Flounder Season-Red Drum - N.C. Flounder season is now open, the season start date is Sept.1-14th 2021. Anglers in the Cape Fear Region had a bad couple of days of hard winds the first couple days of the season winds blowing 20 mph. with higher gust, I myself fished in Snow's more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River

11:05 AM

Carolina Beach Fall Fishing - Carolina Beach Fall Fishing Carolina Beach Fall fishing was a lot of fun today had a group from Lexington, N.C. on board, real anglers. These guys could fish all I had to do was catch the bait, give them a little advice on where to cast. We caught more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay

5:58 PM

Bald Head Island Flouders - This is a late fishing report that took place in late August in a creek just to the north of Bald Head Island. I picked the young men up at Bald Head Island Marina at the fuel dock at 08:00 am. I headed over the shallow water flats to the first cr more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Bald Head Island

8:07 AM

Carolina Beach Inshore Fishing - Cape Fear Fishing Report for the week of July 20, 2020, this past week has been some of the most consistent and some of the best catches, I have had in a few years. Have been fishing right here at Carolina Beach, North Carolina almost in my back door more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Carolina Beach

5:51 PM

Slow Trolling For King Mackerel - I began the morning catching live menhaden in front of the Oak Island Lighthouse, the bait was scattered but finally was able to net enough to fill the Livewell. Headed to Yaupon Reef to slow troll for King Mackerel, several boats were already fishin more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Southport

9:59 AM

Hot Weather Hot Fishing - Hi Folks, Aside from the recent storm just off the coast, weather has been hot and it can be said the fishing has been hotter. Inshore, near shore and offshore have all been reporting good to great catches. I had one morning trip last week where we more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

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