Its easy to tell when the speckled trout are biting at Masonboro Inlet. All you have to do is take a look at the boats lined up along the jetties, their anchor ropes pointing out the average direction of friction against the boat hull battled to a stalemate by the wind and the tide.
During 2006s deer season, the best non-typical buck taken by a North Carolina gun hunter was Tommy Ayers 172 3/8-inch monster from Stokes County or so everyone thought at the 2007 Dixie Deer Classic.
Bait thieves had been pecking at a big chunk of bait that Capt. Mike Webb had positioned beside a rock ledge about 95 feet below the anchored Pelagic Too when they suddenly stopped, indicated by a motionless rod tip.
Cool weather has helped Palmetto State hunters score some beautiful bucks this season.