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North Carolina Fishing Reports

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

6:52 AM

Hot Weather Hot Fishing - Hi Folks, It has been very hot for sometime and as we head toward August we know it will remain so for a while longer. Catching requires fishing deeper in hot weather so keep that in mind as you plan your next trip. Now here's my report: INSHORE: D more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

8:16 AM

Rain Wind and Heat Fishing Report - Hi Folks, Weather has not been our friend in the last couple of weeks. The waters are hot, dirty and rough in the ocean. Even so with persistence you can find some good fishing. INSHORE: Reds and flounder are biting live bait. Carolina rigs fished more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

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

8:34 AM

Good as it gets. - Surf Fishing Report: Weather was nice yesterday but not much news to report from the beaches. A few Sea Mullet were reported from the surf down south. Some small Puppy Drum at Ramp 4. Bridge fishing would be your best bet today. The winds are NE more...
Capt. Raymond Pugh - Outer Banks

6:02 AM

Blustery Rainy Fishing Report - Hi Folks, The weather is allowing me to finally post a report. Prior to recent weather deterioration fishing has been very good and by the weekend hopefully said fishing will get back on tract. Now here's my report: INSHORE: Reds and flounder bitin more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

3:34 PM

Spring Fishing Firing Up! - Hi Folks Spring has sprung and the fishing is responding very nicely. Water temps continue to rise and attract nice fish catches. May will be soon upon us so hold on! Now here is my report: Inshore: Catches of red drum and some black drum have bee more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

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Specific North Carolina Fishing Report Locations:

Bald Head Island (5)

Buzzard Bay (9)

Cape Fear River (26)

Carolina Beach (29)

Holden Beach (8)

Outer Banks (17)

Southport (17)

Topsail Beach (8)

Wilmington (8)

Wrightsville Beach (492)


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