Fishing has been really good lately. We have wrapped up our giant red drum season. The August portion of the season was a little slower than we would have liked but the bite picked up significantly in Sept. and lasted well into mid-Oct. this year. There were a few fish still around last week, but most of them have already left or are on their way now with this big cold front, blow, and upcoming full moon. So as our giant redfish season has come to an end, we are now beginning our fall mixed bag season. The speckled trout and smaller redfishing should be plenty good in the upcoming weeks. We may see some of the best speckled trout fishing of the year and some nice 20-30″ reds in the mix. The striper bite up the rivers should also begin to fire off. This is my favorite time of year for fishing, so give us a ring and we’ll be happy to get you out on the water.
Here are my upcoming open dates for fall mixed bag fishing on the Pamlico:
Oct. 25-26, Nov. 5, 24, 29, Dec. 2, 6-10, 13-16
It’s not too early to book your winter striper date. I have plenty of openings in January and February, but they will be gone sometime this fall.
If none of those above dates work for you, I can get you out with Capt. Hurley Raynor. He’s been doing an awesome job and showing our guests some great experiences. Here are his upcoming openings:
Oct. 20-21, 25-26, 29, 31, Nov. 1-3, 5-8, 12-19, 21-24
Let’s go fishing!