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No, that’s not how many we caught today. We did, however, put a sizable dent in that number. Dennis came all the way down from Long Island, NY to experience the winter striper fishing on the Roanoke River. He has … Continue reading
Tune in to N.C. Weekend on PBS tomorrow night (Thursday, February 12) at 9:00 p.m. for a segment on lower Roanoke Winter Fishing. We filmed the segment about 2 weeks ago and had a blast. Enjoy!
Rex and Tanner and regulars and veterans to the Roanoke River striper fishing. We had an excellent day and caught fish just about everywhere we went. For more info on winter fishing charters, visit our website HERE! NEXT OPENINGS: Jan. … Continue reading
……is where we caught them today, according to Mike. Mike and Barb came down from the Eastern Shore of Maryland to experience what the Roanoke River has to offer. Mike used to be a charter boat captain out of Crisfield, … Continue reading
Still going strong. We’re getting what we need. Plenty of action and some meat to take home for a fish fry. I had some the other night myself and it was delicious. I had a cancellation and now have Tuesday, … Continue reading
Here are some pics from this past weekend. Stetson and Robbie had a great trip with a steady pick all day on Saturday. Robbie caught a full grown longnose gar……must have weighed 20+ pounds. Charlie, Sid, and William pulled together … Continue reading
Alex and his mom Dale experienced a wonderful winter adventure while striper fishing on the lower Roanoke River today. It was a rough start for me this morning. I dumped about 20 gallons of hot water from my water heater … Continue reading
I had the privilege of fishing with customer/friend Chip Willimon today on his 18′ Egret (built in Washington and a fine boat). We got on some nice fish early, caught a bunch of nice fish, went sightseeing and looking around … Continue reading
MVI_4255 Carrying the spirit of polar explorer Ernest Shackleton, who led an ill-fated 1914-17 expedition into Antarctica which would later turn into one of the all time best survival stories (highly recommend reading the book about his story called Endurance), … Continue reading