John and his crew had some excellent action today on flounder, puppy drum, speckled trout, and striped bass. We started out the morning with a nice doormat first thing and continued to catch undersized fish until we were able to add another nice flounder and speckled trout to the cooler. All of our puppy drum were 10-14″. Our stripers were once again very nice fish and would have made great keepers during the open season in the fall.
Inshore slams on the Pamlico River
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