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Fishing Reports by Capt. Richard Bennett


2004-05-10
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Week Ending May 10, 2004 Report for the Week Ending May 10, 2004: Hi Everyone, Fishing is hot!!! The spanish have turned on in big numbers and big size. The flounder have started their bite as have the red drum. Small spring kings are near sho more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2004-05-03
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Week Ending April 30, 2004 For the Week Ending April 30, 2004: On Friday, April 30, the bonito really showed up in large numbers for the first time this year; crashing bait and putting on a show. Water temperatures continue to inch upward and th more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2004-04-19
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Week Ending April 18, 2004 Hello everyone, Fishing has been good and getting better nearly every day. The water slow to warm has finally hit and passed that magical 60 degree mark and the fish are responding. The bonito action is not as hot as i more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2004-04-11
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Week Ending April 11, 2004 Hi folks, It's time for another up date on what is and what is not going one this early spring. Spring fishing has been slow to get into full swing, but that could change at any hour. I guess that is what makes it so in more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2004-03-28
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Good Fishing Just Over the Next Wave March 28, 2004 Greetings everyone! It has been a long winter, but finally things are showing signs that spring fishing is right about to explode. Sea water temps nearshore are in the 57-58 range and inshore more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2003-12-17
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Period Ending December 17, 2003 Period Ending December 17, 2003; Hi Folks, Before I give my fishing report, I just wanted to tell everyone I hope they have a great holiday season. The Rod-Man has had a wonderful year and we are still catching more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2003-12-08
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Week Ending December 7, 2003 Hi Folks, For those of you who missed the arrival, winter is here. Not too bad, but certainly chilly. Water temps are in the mid 50's inshore and that is perfect for trout, drum, tautog and more. Now here's my report. more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2003-12-01
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Period ending November 30, 2003 Report for the period ending November 30, 2003: Inshore: The word here is trout. We are getting some nice catches of specks, but with all trout fishing you have to pay the price...patience. You may sit in a good s more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2003-11-17
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Report: November 17, 2004 Hi Folks, Many apologies for it being so long since my last report. We have had several stretches of bad weather and it looks like we may be in for another blow the next day of two, but right now the fish are biting. The more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2003-10-27
12:00 AM

Wrightsville Beach to Cape Fear River - Week Ending October 26, 2003 Hi Capt. Rick Back home and just got done cleaning the fish. I want to thank you for a great trip. I have chartered probably twenty fishing trips over the last two years and this last one was by far the most fun for more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

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