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Fishing Reports by Capt. Richard Bennett


2015-06-12
1:55 PM

It's All Biting - Fishing is pretty much on fire in southeastern NC. Around Wrightsville and Carolina beaches and the Cape Fear River, flounder, reds and trout are biting inshore. The Spanish and cobia are biting near shore. Kings and some mahi are biting in the 10-30 more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2015-05-08
4:04 PM

Pre-Ana and Post Ana Report - Hi Folks, Windy and turbulent seas with rain showers mixed in for variety are the order of this weekend and possibly a little beyond. Prior to the storm we were catching a variety of fishes. It may take a week or two for things to calm down. Curre more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2015-05-01
8:33 AM

Spring is Here and so are the FISH - Hi Folks, It is finally happening. The waters have warmed and for now calmed down. Not much rain in the forecast and the fish are chomping. Here's my report: INSHORE: Reds and black drum are the best targets with a few flounder showing up. Fresh sh more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2015-04-17
7:56 AM

Early 2015 Good Fishing Inshore - Hi Folks, Brand new for the 2015 fishing season,first report: Just like last year, weather is playing a big part in the early fishing. Water temps have been slow to rise but have finally crested over the 60 degree mark and the fish are respondin more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2014-10-29
8:27 AM

Honestly, Fishing Inshore a bit Iffy - Hi Folks, I know it has been a while since I sent out a report. The main reason is fishing, primarily inshore has been sluggish.Near shore and offshore have been good, but being a backwater man I am looking for some cooler weather. Now here's my rep more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2014-09-26
8:13 AM

Rain Please Go Away - Hi Folks, Rainy weather is keeping the water very dirty and reducing the salinity. All this equals spotty inshore fishing. At the same time ocean fishing is doing much better. Now here is my report: Inshore: Reds, flounder and some trout are being more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2014-09-01
3:59 PM

Finally September is Here - Hi Folks, Around Wrightsville and the surrounding beaches the water has been hot. Now that fall is approaching the water should cool off and the fishing should heat up! Her's my report: INSHORE: Redfish and flounder have been the main bites on l more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2014-08-01
4:31 PM

On and Off Again Fishing Wrightsville Beach Area - Hi Folks, We have seen some good and some not so good fishing. Rain has played a big part in the fishing. Typical summer tips apply: fish early or late, fish deep cooler water and drink plenty of cool water! Now here's my report: INSHORE: Flounder more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2014-06-29
6:07 AM

Good to Great Fishing Wrightsville Beach and south into the Cape - Hi Folks, I have fished six days in the past two weeks with mixed results. However I have seen some very good signs of fishing activity the is on the outstanding side. Water temps are 80+ and for the most part we have had SW winds on the light side. more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach


2014-06-05
1:41 PM

Everything is Biting Near Wrightsville Beach - Hi Folks, I took a little vacation to see some of the good old USA. Seems like while I was gone the temps, weather and fish got together and started producing some very good fishing. Now here's my report: Inshore: Redfish and flounder are biting we more...
Capt. Richard Bennett - Wrightsville Beach

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