The first annual Fish Frenzy will be held September 28, 2013 on Lake Fontana at the Tsali Boat Ramp. Cash and prizes to top fishermen based on length of best five fish, plus additional inches for multiple species. Hoping to have a good turnout and looking to folks on here to participate and help spread the.... Read More
This Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 18, 2013, local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9960 will honor military personnel by hosting a public paddle fishing tournament on the White Oak River and Bogue Inlet waters. This tournament will feature individual cash prizes, as well as special recognition for teams from active/reserve military units and veteran service organizations.
My first trip of the year, it was fun and the scenery was beautiful. I caught two before these but I was not able to get my camera on. As I was leaving I saw some big boys and girls coming into the creek from the ICW, it was getting dark and colder so I decided to call it a day and try again next week.
Someone ring the dinner bell. The fourth of the five-part Carolina Yakfish series is done and in the history books. Thirty-five anglers gathered from near and far to fish Lake Michie, North of Durham and nearest to the quiet town of Bahama. Created in 1926 as a water and hydroelectric supply to Durham City, Lake Michie measures 480 acres and is fed by the Flat River.
The Oak Island Parks and Recreation Department will host a kayak fishing seminar at the Oak Island Recreation Center on April 20 at 6:30 P.M. The seminar will last approximately 2-1/2 hours and will include information on selecting and rigging a fishing kayak, safety, inshore fishing (redfish, speckled trout and flounder) and launching through the surf for king and Spanish mackerel. A.... Read More
The North Carolina Kayak Fishing Association held the Oak Island Classic Kayak Fishing Tournament at Oak Island on Saturday and besides the usual redfish, trout and flounder divisions, it also included a king mackerel division.
Four of the participants reported battling kings, but only one was boated. Congratulations are in order for Kirk Talbert who landed a 45 1/2 inch king from his kayak.... Read More
The Southeast Coast is reeling from the monsoon rains of last week, but there are a few places where the fish have escaped the dirty water pouring down the Cape Fear River and are biting. One of the fish that are biting well is Spanish mackerel. Puppy drum and flounder are biting well and spots are beginning to show for pier fishermen in growing numbers. There have even been a few reports of.... Read More