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North Carolina Fishing Reports

7:34 AM

Spanish Mackerel at Carolina Beach - Spanish Mackerel have showed up at Carolina Beach,N.C.Capt.Mike Dennis fished yesterday just off CB sea buoy seas were calm,water was clear,lots of small pods of surface bait scattered in area bite was steady with most fish weighing about two lbs. more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Carolina Beach

12:27 PM

Spanish and Bonito Wrightsville Beach Area - Hi Folks, Will the wind ever cease? I'm not sure this year. Luckily I was guiding on a nice 28 footer this weekend and even better the fish were biting. We enjoyed a double digit Spanish mackerel bite and added a couple of fighting false albacore. more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

1:31 PM

May Fishing Forecast - May around Wrightsville Beach in my mind is when summer fishing really gets going. Warmer days and most important less wind, we hope! May brings new fish species to target and also the fish start to settle in their summer locations. Here are som more...
Capt. Jot Owens - Wrightsville Beach

8:18 PM

Black Drum Biting in Southport,nc - Had a 1 / 2 day backwater trip this morning with Joe and Patty LaFave from Woodleaf and Oak Island, NC. Caught quite a few small Black Drum but did get 4 good ones for dinner this evening. Also, I showed them how to catch a dozen keeper size blue cra more...
Capt. Butch Foster - Southport

11:53 AM

Early Spring/April Fishing - Hi Folks, We have had some nice moderate temperatures early this spring, but the winds have been anything but moderate. Water temps are in the mid-60's but it is blowing a near gale. Here's my report: INSHORE: Black drum, red drum and a few flounde more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

12:11 PM

Southeast NC Fishing Forecast March - Can you believe it's already March??? I have to say this winter has not been to bad overall, fingers crossed we make it through April mild and that would be a great start to the summer! The fishing has already been a little better with the milder we more...
Capt. Jot Owens - Wrightsville Beach

6:48 PM

Topsail /Wrightsville beach fishing Charters - Wow ! This warm weather has the fish chewing! Large schools of Red and Black drum with a few trout in the mix are tight together and will eat anything you throw at them. Water temps 54 but the shallows are much warmer. In the Cape Fear the Stripers a more...
Capt. Mike Hoffman - Wrightsville Beach

8:08 AM

Headed south for 2 weeks - Since the fishing on the Outer Banks was slow, I decided to take a road trip to Marathon in the Florida Keys and hang out for two weeks. Fishing was great on the bay (gulf side)with plenty of Snapper,Spanish Mackerel, Speckle Trout, and Blow Toads. more...
Capt. Raymond Pugh - Outer Banks

10:05 AM

February SE NC Fishing Forecast/Report - And the rollercoaster of winter is almost here, it's called February! February can be a 50/50 kind of month. Some years good, some years bad; I prefer a normal to a bit milder kind of February myself! Most years you need to pick the best days to g more...
Capt. Jot Owens - Wrightsville Beach

1:35 PM

ProFishNC Charters Winter Fishing Charters - Hello Folks, Our winter fishing here in North Carolina is on Fire. We have Striped Bass feeding heavy in the Cape Fear River. Inshore and Offshore Fishing Charters in Topsail Beach are producing good catches of Red Drum, Black Seabass and Big King more...
Capt. Trevor Smith - Topsail Beach

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Specific North Carolina Fishing Report Locations:

Bald Head Island (5)

Buzzard Bay (9)

Cape Fear River (26)

Carolina Beach (29)

Holden Beach (8)

Outer Banks (17)

Southport (17)

Topsail Beach (8)

Wilmington (8)

Wrightsville Beach (486)


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