Fall Fishing In Earnest
Capt. Richard Bennett
November 6, 2015
Wrightsville Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report
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: Bluefish are everywhere and some false albacore are around as well. Gray trout and flounder are biting jigs at the near shore reefs.
OFFSHORE: Plenty of king mackerel with most boats limiting on their trips. Lots of bottom fish including grouper are biting. And for jiggers amberjack are providing big action.
GULF STREAM: The wahoo bite is good and some blackfin tuna and sailfish are in the mix.
CAPE FEAR RIVER: All the usual suspects; red, flounder and trout, are biting. Sea mullet and croakers are biting in the south river.
UPCOMING: It's going to get better and better, especially for trout in the coming weeks.
UNTIL NEXT TIME>>>LET"S GO FISHING!!!
Capt Rick Bennett
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