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Fishing is getting HOT!!-Current Adventure Charters

Georgia to North Carolina

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Fishing is getting HOT!!-Current Adventure Charters

Postby Current Adventure Charter » Tue May 08, 2007 11:18 am

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Fishing along the coast from Topsail Beach down to Southport is really turning on. The water has continued to warm and the fishing is just getting hot.

Inshore, Redfish, Bluefish, Flounder and Speckled Trout fishing continues to get better and better. Topwater action has really picked up this week as the fish are getting more aggressive with more and more baitfish showing up in the local waters. Capt. Lewis reported a great day of Speckled Trout fishing this past week with 17 Trout being caught, six of which were citation sized fish. Spanish Mackerel up to 6lbs have been reported as well as King Mackerel up to 30lbs. One of piers in the Southport area reported the first Cobia of the year with a 60lber being put on the deck!!! Atlantic Bonito are still being caught around the nearshore wrecks along with a ton of Bluefish and some nice Spanish Mackerel.

Offshore, the King Mackerel bite has been great and the Gulf Stream is producing catches of Tuna, Dolphin and Wahoo.

It's time to go catch some fish so call and book your trip today.
Capt. Brent Stanley
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Wilmington/Wrightsville Bch, NC
910.200.9959
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