• Inshore Fishing

    Predator fish will hide behind current breaks and dart out into the current to attack prey.

    Attack summer fish

    Look for the coolest, moving water in August
    August 14 at 9:00am
    Many archery manufacturers have plenty of equipment available for bowfishing, including reels, points and arrows.

    Saltwater hunting? - Bowfishing opens up great opportunities in the Carolinas

    Take a bow into the shallows of coastal Carolina for rays and certain fish species, and you’ll mix hunting and saltwater fishing in a different, exciting way.
    August 01 at 7:00am
    Sheepshead can save some summer fishing trips because they’re almost always willing to bite.

    Summer sheepies - How to “herd” those summer sheepshead

    When August heats Carolina waters to a near-boil, you can count on sheepshead to bite. Here’s how to find and catch them.
    August 01 at 7:00am
    Here are some high-water inshore tips for hot-weather anglers.

    Hot weather, fish high water

    A rising tide doesn’t have to end your fishing trip, especially during the summer, when water rushing into an estuary can set up a good bite in some great spots.
    August 01 at 7:00am
    Target tarpon this month in North Carolina’s Pamlico Sound.

    Target summer tarpon - August is tarpon time in North Carolina’s Pamlico Sound

    North Carolina anglers have a short window to target tarpon, and that window is about to open.
    August 01 at 7:00am
    Flounder-gigging is a popular method for obtaining some tasty fillets during the summer without subjecting yourself to the sun’s rays.

    Gigging regulations

    July 15 at 7:00am
    Fiddler crabs are a popular bait for sheepshead, but the Cranka Crab is an artificial lure that's tough to beat.

    Catch more sheepshead with this lure from Down Under

    CRANKA Crab's unique hook placement means higher hook up ratio for sheepshead
    July 13 at 10:50pm
    Ray Cercio caught this tarpon off the Surf City Ocean Pier in North Carolina.

    Tarpon bite is on in both Carolinas

    Patience is key for these fish
    July 13 at 1:30pm