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Wrightsville Beach Fishing Reports

8:29 AM

Fall Fishing In Earnest - Hi Folks, It seems things are getting very close to normal again which means great fall fishing. Here's my report: INSHORE: Good catches of reds, flounder and trout; Artificials, live shrimp and other live bait are all catching fish. NEAR SHORE: B more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

3:34 PM

Trying to get Back to Normal - Hi Folks, Finally dared to venture out 2 weeks after the big rain (12+ inches locally). After some fruitless searching we found some hungry red drum. We were fishing in the waterway near Wrightsville Beach with live poagies on Carolina rigs. Me and more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

2:27 PM

Fall Fishing Is Beginning - Hi Folks, It is very windy here and I finally have time to post a report. INSHORE: Reds and flounder are biting well on live bait. NEAR SHORE: Spanish macks and blues are biting trolled rigs and flounder are biting at the near shore reefs. OFFSHO more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

12:27 PM

Southeast NC Inshore Fishing Forecast September - Fall is trying so very hard to show up around the area but, with these weather changes comes ‘weather' and for the last few weeks it's been in the form of rain and thunderstorms! Hopefully the rains will slow down and we'll start to see some breaks more...
Capt. Jot Owens - Wrightsville Beach

11:58 AM

Dog Days are Almost Gone - Hi Folks, Fishing has been a bit harder or off the past few weeks. Winds and seas haven't helped much, but we will soon be in that time when things cool and the weather is suppose to cooperate.Let's hope so anyway. Now here's my report: INSHORE: Th more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

11:15 AM

Wrightsville Beach Fishing Forecast for August - August fishing around Southeast NC can be great, but due to a few different weather scenarios; high heat, super dry, super wet etc… you may need to tune how you fish during August. Go earlier or much later in the day, if we have had lots of rain, lo more...
Capt. Jot Owens - Wrightsville Beach

8:24 AM

It's TOO Hot! - Hi Folks, Yes we are catching some fish, but you have to brave the heat to do it. Inshore, mostly flounder, reds and some trout and mostly on live bait. Near Shore the Spanish are biting one day and then not the next...go figure. Offshore the kin more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

6:07 AM

Hot Weather Hot Fishing - Hi Folks, Yeah, you read it right. Today in 81 degree water we caught 3 nice trout on finger mullet. Good eating tonight. Water temps are very warm and early morning fishing is by far the best. Here's my report: INSHORE: Flounder, reds and yes trou more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

8:21 AM

Good to Great Fishing Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear - Hi Folks, It's been way too long since my last report but I have been enjoying some awesome fishing. Water temps are in the low 80's inshore and offshore. For the most part winds have been favorable. Here we go: INSHORE: Good size flounder and re more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

1:55 PM

It's All Biting - Fishing is pretty much on fire in southeastern NC. Around Wrightsville and Carolina beaches and the Cape Fear River, flounder, reds and trout are biting inshore. The Spanish and cobia are biting near shore. Kings and some mahi are biting in the 10-30 more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

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