Sea mullet continue to be caught in the surf and off the piers with some spots and croakers mixed in. Red drum are still being caught in the creeks and around the docks. Gulf Stream fishing is producing catches of wahoo, blackfin tuna, big eye tuna and yellowfin tuna.
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Captain Chris Medlin reports that red drum and black drum are being caught in the creeks on shrimp. The piers are reporting catches of sharks, skates, sea mullet and a few spots and croakers. Source: East Coast Sports.
Tex Grissom reports that fishermen are still having plenty of action with the red drum especially in the creeks. Gulf Stream fishing is producing catches of wahoo and blackfin tuna. Source: Tex’s Tackle.
Captain Dennis Barbour reports that some Virginia mullet are being caught in the river. Although sea conditions have not allowed many boats to head offshore, Fish Witch II did report a catch of blackfin tuna, big eye tuna and yellowfin tuna. Source: Island Tackle and Hardware.
Captain David Grigg reports that weather conditions continue to hamper offshore fishermen. Kings and false albacore are still around the 40-mile range. Source: Wilmington Fishing Charters.
LOWER BRUNSWICK COUNTY
Captain Steele Park reports that inshore fishing is producing catches of red drum and speckled trout. The creeks, canals and around Sunset Bridge have been some of the recent hot spots. Source: Ocean Isle Fishing Center, Ocean Isle Beach.
Jamie Smith reports crappie are still biting very well and are being caught on small minnows and jigs. Catfish are being caught on eels, night crawlers, shad and large minnows. Lock No. 3 is open and shad are being caught. Source: County Line Bait and Tackle.
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