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Fishing Reports by Capt. Michael Dennis


2020-10-25
11:05 AM

Carolina Beach Fall Fishing - Carolina Beach Fall Fishing Carolina Beach Fall fishing was a lot of fun today had a group from Lexington, N.C. on board, real anglers. These guys could fish all I had to do was catch the bait, give them a little advice on where to cast. We caught more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2020-10-05
5:58 PM

Bald Head Island Flouders - This is a late fishing report that took place in late August in a creek just to the north of Bald Head Island. I picked the young men up at Bald Head Island Marina at the fuel dock at 08:00 am. I headed over the shallow water flats to the first cr more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Bald Head Island


2020-07-28
8:07 AM

Carolina Beach Inshore Fishing - Cape Fear Fishing Report for the week of July 20, 2020, this past week has been some of the most consistent and some of the best catches, I have had in a few years. Have been fishing right here at Carolina Beach, North Carolina almost in my back door more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Carolina Beach


2020-07-04
5:51 PM

Slow Trolling For King Mackerel - I began the morning catching live menhaden in front of the Oak Island Lighthouse, the bait was scattered but finally was able to net enough to fill the Livewell. Headed to Yaupon Reef to slow troll for King Mackerel, several boats were already fishin more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Southport


2017-06-08
9:33 AM

Carolina Beach Fishing 2017 - Carolina Beach fishing is well under way with Spanish mackerel biting at the sea buoy,along with king mackerel at the five mile box cars. Fished Carolina Beach inlet two days back on falling tied,using small live menhaden for bait 30 minutes into ti more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Carolina Beach


2016-05-10
7:34 AM

Spanish Mackerel at Carolina Beach - Spanish Mackerel have showed up at Carolina Beach,N.C.Capt.Mike Dennis fished yesterday just off CB sea buoy seas were calm,water was clear,lots of small pods of surface bait scattered in area bite was steady with most fish weighing about two lbs. more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Carolina Beach


2014-10-10
5:55 AM

Cape Fear Guide Big Red Drum - I left the dock out of Snow's Cut Wildlife landing with a party of three on the boat around 7:00 am on the morning of the lunar eclipse tides were exceptionally high.Heading south toward Bald head Island, river was calm making for a great ride on the more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River


2013-08-16
7:27 AM

North Carolina Inshore Fishing - North Carolina inshore fishing has improved this last week with the flounder bite being around the sand bars and points in the back waters of the Cape Fear River.Red Drum bite has also getting back to normal for August with some upper slot red drums more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Buzzard Bay


2013-04-11
9:12 AM

Spring Fishing Bald Head Island - Spring fishing has started with the Virginia mullet bite just outside Bald Head Island Marina entrance.The mouth of the Cape Fear River is having its annual run of whiting or Virginia mullet,bite has been steady,just having to move around a little ad more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Bald Head Island


2012-07-21
6:18 AM

NC Inshore Fishing Red Drum Flounder - NC Inshore fishing for red drum & flounder in the backwaters of the the Cape Fear River has been from good to slow just depending on the thunder storms that have been passing over the southern tip of Brunswick County.I have been fishing almost every more...
Capt. Michael Dennis - Cape Fear River

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