Davie and his boys had some great fishing today with mostly a mixed age class of stripers, including some nice fish pushing in the mid-20′s. (inches that is) and what I would call a scrappy mixed bag consisting of some small trout, puppy drum, and largemouth bass. It seems like a little bit of everything is biting now. I keep hearing better flounder reports and some interesting trout reports from downriver. Might have to check that out soon, but I didn’t get a chance to get past the rockfish today. I had a great time fishing with you guys and look forward to next time!
Great Mixed Bag Today on the Pamlico River
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