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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Thanksgiving Report

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Turkey day was a charter of brothers. My ritual this year was taking my two brothers and brother in law fishing. Challenging crew but Mike (brother in law) did it all, skunking the rest. Fished New Bern and pulled out 1 nice just under 7# rock and 1 trout. Fun AM then time to eat. All the families around the table – just what Thanksgiving and Christmas is all about.

Tommy Cowen has jumped in the lead with his 7.7# fish, knocking Mark out of the money for now. Lisa had to help make picture look good! Expect more fish weigh ins with cold weather coming in this coming weekend.

Had one of my friends that knows his trout catch a limit during NW blow. Nothing huge but a good limit for tough conditions – even share some for wife and I tonight.

Colder weather should push Rudee Inlet Va Beach large trout south. Watch for rock jetty to pick up or Get Started!

Live shrimp is over for me this year. I am heading out tomorrow for mud minnows with hopes of having them now through next fall. Mirrolures and DOA still great baits of my choice.

Continue thinking of any wants or needs for tackle, trolling motors, Power Poles, Costa Del Mars, hunting gear (no guns), camping gear, etc. that you are wanting but no rush. Henrys show coming up soon and I always take orders and share discounts.

Safe fishing and remember OUR KIDS

Posted by Capt. Dave on 11/29/09

Monday, November 23, 2009

Pre T’Day Report

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Rainy day Friday resulted in a Good morning for my 2 guys, Mitch and Steven. I know Mitch had never caught speckled trout and finally got to do it with Mirrolures after earlier live shrimp bite. They were a lot of fun and troopers dealing with the rain and fog. Sent them to New Bern for rock in their boat for the afternoon but I think they had enough and didn’t make it!

Weekend reports have been good as well in the creeks and still in river. This coming weekend may hold changes with cold air pushing in.

Also had a report from Rudee Inlet in Va Beach that numerous large trout were being caught moving out of inland waters. This could be good news for beach and rock jetty in coming weeks with colder weather coming in too.

My tournament into the last few weeks ending Dec 16 with 1st thru 3rd payouts and sizes currently 6.2# - 5.86#, close now but expect sizes to go UP. 

I will keep live shrimp as available as long as temperature allows. Will soon start stocking up on mud minnows as well which can stand cold and work as good.

Start thinking of any wants or needs for tackle, trolling motors, Power Poles, Costa Del Mars, hunting gear (no guns), camping gear, etc. that you are wanting but no rush. Henrys show coming up soon and I always take orders and share discounts.

Safe fishing and remember OUR KIDS

Posted by Capt. Dave on 11/23/09

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Rain has not hurt Trout at all so far – great week working. I had 2 good trips with good fishermen

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Rain has not hurt Trout at all so far – great week working. I had 2 good trips with good fishermen this week that produce a quality catch.

Ed, one of loyal Marines (.retired), did well once I got him to switch from his bait to mine. We had over 20 fish with doubles and he would not keep anything too close to 14. Great Marine and conservationist. May convert him from bass!

The Farrier Steel gang was another good trip. Robert and Ben were a litlle slow to start but got with it as morning went on. Let me ad that Robert does better at story telling - lots of fun. We kept a nice mess of fish and they really got going at the end on a little live shrimp fishing on small schooling fish.

Had the battle of the Ladies this weekend too. Looks like Janet beat out Queeny with her first citation fish at 5.5#. I am sure it had nothing to do with the Capt cause Queenies Capt put Janet on the spot.

Matt Godwin can in JUST under 5# fishing with Gary Dubiel (specfever guide service). It weigh 4.96, just .02 shy of scale calibration. Weighed several times but – Oh well. He deserves credit for this exceptional cast.

And finally, Mark Dudley weighed in a 5.86#er to knock Capt Owen out of money in my tournament for now – heating up and expect more changes in standings

Get out and work hard and slow will produce fish. Move around until you find them, seems to get a lot of schooling setting up. Mirrolures, Gulp, Yozuri, and DOA all woorking. By the way, I showed Jon how to rig DOA shrimp up as Mark Nichols shared with me and he told me he did hook into a big fish but didn’t land it.  Come by and I will show you too.

Rock are still providing great top water action around New Bern. Look for gulls and hang on, some nice fish mixed in.

Live shrimp are in my tank now for the Live Baiters and have a good selection of Mirrolure
(some OLD style 38s), DOA with accessories and lead heads, and Gulp at discount prices.

Safe fishing and remember OUR KIDS

Posted by Capt. Dave on 11/18/09

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

November Update

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Trout starting to stage up with good catches in rivers and creeks, with Brads 6.18 lb trout taking over 1st place for now in my tournament.  Matt had another citation weighing in at 5.3 and Jon got close at 4.75, he needs Chris to get the 5#er!! Heard of a 10 lb fish last week as well. Hopefully rain will not kill us.

I spend 2 days on the water with George Poveromo fishing with Capt Gary Dubiel this week. Did a lot of top water rock action fishing Rapala baits on new Penn Conquer reels. Show will air in January on ESPN. I was honor to run camera boat for them and believe me, there is a lot more than you can imagine with fishing filming. George has a great camera crew and a lot of fun to work with.

Rock are providing great top water action around New Bern. Look for gulls and hang on, some nice fish mixed in.

Live shrimp are in my tank now for the Live Baiters and have a good selection of Mirrolure
(some OLD style 38s), DOA with accessories and lead heads, and Gulp at discount prices.

Safe fishing and remember OUR KIDS

Posted by Capt. Dave on 11/11/09

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Early November

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Trout are a little mixed up – in the creeks and back in the river. They are moving in as water cools but weather has varied water in temp of late.

I have had good reports since last update. A lot of quality fish in some places; just have to locate them. If you fish river and nothing – move into creek. Baits of choice still Mirrolure, DOA, and Gulp with Live Shrimp for live baiters, and boy do they work.

Two of the three of the pictures came off of shrimp. Chris had his limit plus this one 5.4 lb fish. David Stilley weighed in this 5 lber which was part of a 24 fish catch for 3 fishermen, and I got the chance to fish myself in New Bern area and limited out on trout and rock Tuesday afternoon. The rock, as well as one trout, were caught on wooble eel rigs in New Bern. Thes rigs are tough!

Get your warmer clothes out and get going, fish are staging up good.

Live shrimp are in my tank now for the Live Baiters and have a good selection of Mirrolure
(some OLD style 38s), DOA, and Gulp at discount prices.

Safe fishing and remember OUR KIDS

Posted by Capt. Dave on 11/04/09


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