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- Steele Park
Address: 65 Causeway Drive, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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This report was sent by Allison Hinson & Donald Clifton/We had a good of day fishing these were caught by Miss Reagan & Carolina Cat in 75 ft of water.
Thanks for the report guys!
I have been tempted to add a little sugar and cream to the water and give it a taste. Nah! I wouldn't recommend that. Apparently a few fish have made some adjustments and are handling the water conditions well. You can still find red drum, black drum, and speckled trout hanging in our backwaters. Each day continues to add new challenges, but we continue to make adjustments finding a few fish to tighten up the lines. The mullet are finally showing up in several places. The redfish seem to be keying in on the mullet right now. Speckled trout and black drum are live shrimp eating machines, but you have got to get it past the pinfish. We also pulled out the soft plastics late last week and caught several reds. White color patterns were working the best. As always working a 1/8th ounce jighead slowly with a one two twitch and pause action was getting the bite. My favorite soft plastics of choice are 4" Sea Shads by Bass Assassin. The best two color patterns right now have been the sand trout and green moon colors. Working hard and being patient will yield results even in these conditions. Good luck out there. See ya on the water!
I got this picture from the SKA. It was taken at the weigh-in for the Got'em On tournament -- thought I would share
YOU HAVE TO WATCH THIS -- JUST RELEASED- JOLLY MON 2013 RECAP VIDEO --
If you did not make the Jolly Mon, you missed this.
Are you kidding me Kevin???? Just saw this picture on Kevin Sneed's facebook page. It seems he caught this stud King Mackerel while shark fishing near Yaupon Pier.... Way to go Kevin. I guess the Kingfish have given up trying to avoid the pond water out on the beach....