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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Start of Fall Fishing

Have had fair success with small trout and few legals, lot of pups and some decent flounder.

Rock season opens Oct 1 and they are eating good in stump fields.

Doing 5 hour $400 trips targeting top water and moving into some trout/mixed bag. Can do 3 anglers but 2 is better for you anglers.

Just a call away!

Posted by Capt. Dave on 09/27/16

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Last Big Drum Reprt of 2016

The Hightower Gang was here and so was the Titos! Thanks Stuart for your room at Neuse River Suites in Oriental great view and accommodation’s. Fun time had with a little catching. Joe , Scott and Sam got hooked up with it being the final twos first time at it – they are from Oklahoma.

Look out Chandelier Islands 2017! OUR next possible adventure!!!!

I finally got the DOA Gang here to...

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Posted by Capt. Dave on 09/21/16

Monday, September 05, 2016

Pamlico Shrine Club Trout Tournamnet

Its On Again - Tell all

 

Posted by Capt. Dave on 09/05/16

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

End August Update

The Big Drum fishing has been different this year with the bait situation off. Menhaden yet to swarm the river system have shown at areas near the mouth. Catches have ben awesome, fair and notta.  Had loads of fun tripa that has limited my time to updatesite - sorry

Here are some shots

Posted by Capt. Dave on 08/30/16

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Day 2 withh the Bells

Day 2 for the Bells found the SW wind blowing in am. Lil Dave got the first early in the rollers and Dad David closed out trip with a Fat Male! Was a pleasure having 3 generations of Bells out. Great folks from Texas getting to see our world class fishery. The DOA Popping Cork AH Swimbait combo is the ticket. Out fished all anglers I know in this area in the past few day. No used just by me...

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Posted by Capt. Dave on 08/18/16

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

First Great 2016 Trip

What a great morning on the Neuse. 3 generations of Bells from Texas and they all caught Big Drum. Couldn’t get any better. We go again Thursday and if is as good as today Texans will be pouring in for this action, our world class fishery! Bob and his son David and David’s son David . The Bells. I did get a 48” female on Ralapa Skitter Pop 12 that just exploded on it – changed out trebles with...

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Posted by Capt. Dave on 08/16/16

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Drum Status

Well, a lot of folks have asked why I am not posting much of lately. The reason is Big Drum has started slow and not too much to report. There are a few fish cooperating but it has been tough. The first Full Moon spawn is this coming week so things should improve drasticly.

There has been some drum caught on both DOA and bait. Your preference is the only decisionfactor as they both work. I...

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Posted by Capt. Dave on 08/14/16

Friday, July 29, 2016

Day 3

Day 3 – Blowing out of SW at 6:30 and no let up all morning. Don’t stop my Key West 23 Bay Reef! Out with a regular client Ronald Plecinski of “Jersey” and his brother in law Randy of Texas for some action and told them this is no doubt the worst conditions we could fish here. And we still had a limit of trout and one real nice slot drum along with several shorties. Live bait and anchor day....

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Posted by Capt. Dave on 07/29/16

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Second Day in Row

Day 2 and damn HOT. Got to me a bit today. I had Charles Stoup of Pennsylvania out today to learn some about our fisheries. He is currently a member of Fairfield Fishing Club, a group I really enjoy working with. I took him on the down river tour hitting the sound and stuff. We fished DOA Deadly Combos and new 2 ¾ shrimp (in my Shop Soon) and live bait. All caught fish. Small trout with a...

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Posted by Capt. Dave on 07/28/16

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Magic Trick

Pulled a rabbit out today! Found trout, drum, flounder, rock, and black drum! Major Grand Slam. Not all big but lot better than what has been the usual. Robert Maner and his 2 sons Grant and Sam from Chattanooga Tenn. did a great job today learning how to catch our fish. Came home with a meal for them and me and a great memory to carry on. Only wish they didn’t have to see the crappy water...

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Posted by Capt. Dave on 07/27/16

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