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More slot drum today. Brian, Dylan, and Bruce enjoyed some hard tugs from these reds today. We did have 1 12-13 incher, which is great to see some of the younger year-class around.
Kevin and crew from the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia had some great action this morning on the slot drum. We even had a couple of trout to boot. The trout are starting to make a good showing and they … Continue reading
We got what we needed again today and had a whole lot of fun catching some quality red drum on light tackle on an exceptionally pretty day on the Outer Banks.
This is what we’ve been up to down here at the Outer Banks. We’ve had plenty of 23-27 inch drum around and they make for some exciting light tackle action. If you like to see fish before you cast to … Continue reading
The super moon and the howling Sou’wester that has set in for probably the rest of the summer has brought some world class speckled trout fishing to the Outer Banks. Today we had some epic fishing bringing plenty of bigger … Continue reading
We pounded some shallow water shorelines in the early morning and caught some redfish under the popping corks. Fun stuff for Danny and Derek from Pennsylvania. Later in the morning we took advantage of the current ripping down the sound … Continue reading
I’ll be heading up to Manteo this week to check on the trout bite. As of this coming Sat. afternoon, I’ll have the boat tied up in downtown Manteo in a slip along the boardwalk in front of the Tranquil … Continue reading
I received this picture from the Wotring’s outing this past November. Conditions were tough. The wind was howling and it was really cold for these young anglers, Meredith and Wes, but they were troopers and hung in there to catch … Continue reading
Tar-Pam Guide Service is pleased to announce that we will be offering fishing charters on the legendary Outer Banks on North Carolina from June through mid-August of 2013. Following our spring striper season on the Upper Roanoke River in Weldon, … Continue reading