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10-4-13 Sailfish Within Sight Of Land

We ventured out today in search of King Mackerel and to our surprise we landed this beautiful Sailfish. We were only fishing in 39 ft. water. The King Mackerel have moved in and they are hungry, 10-4-13

9-29-13 Carolina Slam on a Half Day Nearshore Charter

Today was a picture perfect day. We left the dock at 7am and headed out in pursuit of Red Drum, Flounder, and Trout. Although we didn't catch a bunch of fish. We had Quality not quantity. The fish we did catch were all trophy class. We had a couple of Drum well over the 40 inch mark and a 5lb Speckled Trout. Fall fishing is here and the fish are biting!!! 9-29-13 9-29-13a 9-29-13b

Mid September Fishing Report and Pics.

Hey there, if your reading this you either have been fishing with me before or you might be interested in taking a fishing trip!!! Either way all I can say is fishing has been extremely good the past month or so nearshore. With the cooler temps. its my guess the King Mackerel will show any day and when they do they will be hungry. Gulf stream fishing has been a little slow but will get really good mid October thru December. You can expect to catch Wahoo in the 40 to 60lb class with blackfin tuna mixed in. Over the past several weeks my most popular trip has been targeting Monster Spanish Mackerel on the 1/2 Day Nearshore Charter. On this charter we will be using live finger mullet and slow trolling around Natural and artificial reefs within sight of land. This can be a fun trip for the advanced angler or for kids that have never fished before. Also this time of year we have several different options while fishing nearshore. You could expect to catch Flounder, Trout, Redfish, King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, Sharks, and a few other different species. CHECK OUT PICTURES BELOW: 8-20-13 9-5-13 9-9-13 9-11-13 9-12-13 9-15-13 9-16-13 9-20-13 9-21-13

Mid August Fishing Pictures

Well all I can say is a Picture is worth a thousand words. Check out some of the latest Pics. below. If you get the opportunity to make it down to The Brunswick County Beaches this Fall look me up at as the fishing will only get better and better as the water temp. begins to cool down. Some of the fish you could expect to catch on a Half Day Backwater/Nearshore charter are as follows. Back Water: Trout, Flounder, Drum Nearshore: Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, Bluefish, Sharks, Flounder, Red Drum and Trout. 7-22-13 7-25-13 7-25-13a 7-25-13b 7-25-13c 7-30-13 8-5-13 8-6=13 8-10-13 8-16-13

7-4-13 thru 7-16-13 Mid July Fishing Report

The fishing has been incredible this month. It seems like the weather has been crazy but that don't stop us from fishing in the backwater. We have been landing anywhere between 10 and 15 redfish on a 1/2 day Backwater Fishing Charter with good numbers of Speckled Trout and Flounder in the mix. When the weather allows us to venture out into the ocean we have been catching several King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Sharks, and an assortment of Bottom Fish. Today we landed a 32lb King Mackerel while Shark Fishing near the beach. Check out the pictures below. 7-8-13 7-8-13a 7-10-13 7-16-13

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