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Wrightsville Beach Fishing Reports

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

8:00 AM

The Bite is on - Hi Folks, Water temps, as well as the air, are heating up! AND so is the fishing. Virtually everything is biting, at the right place and the right time. Early morning and late evening, generally, are the best times in this kind of heat...GENERALLY. more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

6:09 AM

Oh Alberto - Hi Folks, It seems Alberto is/has put a slight damper on the fishing the past/future few days. 5-8 inches of rain and winds will do that kind of thing. But, it time for good things to start happening so let's get right to it. Here's my report: more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

11:14 AM

Fishing is Really Heating Up - Hi Folks, This past week saw warm temps and some favorable winds. Water temps are around 67 and the fish are pretty darn thick. Bonito and Spanish lovers need to get on the water now! Now here's my report: INSHORE: Still dealing with a little weed more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

8:08 AM

Shrimp and Inshore Fish!!! - Hi Folks, Found a few inshore critters this week, including black drum and sheepshead. Had to fight through a lot of spring snot weed (pardon the language, but it is what it is. Now here's my report: INSHORE: Weed that grew on the bottom during c more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

9:05 AM

They say it is Spring...Hmmm - Hi Folks, Spring is running a bit late. Although meteorologically speaking, Spring is here, the sea water temps are running 56 and below. So fishing is a bit off. There are a few bright spots. Here's my report based on area reports. INSHORE: Reds a more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

8:22 AM

Late Fall Fishing Is In Full Swing! - Hi Folks, Fall fishing is great. Cool temps mean we can fish all day and the fish are more active and aggressive. The main story in our area is the trout bite, Now here is my report: INSHORE: Trout, reds and a few flounder are biting Z-Man soft pla more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

6:35 AM

Fall Fishing in Full Swing - Hi Folks, It's been a while but fishing and rod building is busy work. Fortunately, the water temps and air temps have cooled and it now actually feels like fall fishing. But best of all just about everything is biting! Now here's my report: INSH more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

6:21 AM

Fall Fishing Begins in SE NC - Hi Folks, I hope we have had all the bad weather we are going to have for a good while. The temps have cooled nicely and the fish are responding very nicely. Now here's my report. INSHORE: Inshore anglers are catching reds, flounder and trout. Some more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

5:42 AM

Pre-Storm Report Wrightsville Beach - Hi Folks Southeaster NC is breathing a sigh of relief mostly because Irma has shifted west. Cannot let our guard down and now have to pray for those still in her path. Ocean will still see some large waves. It's in the high 50's here and the smell o more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

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