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The bait is really stacked up right now in the Pungo post-Irene. The mixed bag fishing is good with keeper specs and flounder. Only tried it for just a few minutes and caught a dozen or so specs and a … Continue reading
Tar-Pam Guide Service is now booking fall mixed bag fishing charters on the Pamlico and Pungo Rivers for Speckled Trout, Puppy Drum, and Flounder. The Pamlico is famous for its fishing variety in the fall. The fall is the best … Continue reading
Today we caught speckled trout and flounder on a 6 hour mixed bag trip on the Pamlico River. Helen and John did a good job and had a whole bunch of fun on the boat for their anniversary trip. … Continue reading
I had Eric, Stewart, and Barry from the Albemarle NC area on the boat for a couple of days. These guys take their flounder fishing seriously and fish hard all day. I thought I was gonna have to give Eric … Continue reading
While the numbers have not been great, the keeper to throwback ratio has been good. Seems like there have been some nicer fish around. That makes for happy dinner plates. Come get some of the Pamlico River’s summer bounty.
The flounder action has been good. Call to book your charter and get in on some of this!
Jamie and his father enjoyed a beautiful day of the water today as well as some good speckled trout and flounder action. We ended up with about 15 trout and around a dozen flounder. The redfish remained elusive today, so … Continue reading
Now Booking! Pamlico and Pungo River Red Drum, Speckled Trout, and Flounder Charters for June and July
Tar-Pam Guide Service is now booking Pamlico River light tackle fishing trips for red drum, speckled trout, and flounder in June and July. We launch from Washington, Bath, Belhaven, and the Swan Quarter area depending on the fishing. Call (252) … Continue reading
We fished Bath and Durham creek today and the fishing left a little bit to be desired. We ended up with 3 stripers (2 of which were good sized keepers) and a small speckled trout. For some reason, we couldn’t … Continue reading