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Freshwater: Catfish, Catfish, Catfish...... as we wrap up our 1st Annual EZ3 Catfish Tournament the report on catfishing has been great. Several fish over 25 and 30 pounds have been weighted in, 1 fish weighing over 40lbs. Fish are being caught in the Neuse River, weighted, tagged, then returned, healthy and alive, to the river to be caught another day.
Inshore: The Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, and a few Cobia are still around. Spanish and Blues are being caught between 20-40ft of water on Clark Spoons (Gold or Silver, size 00 or 0). Cobia are being caught with live or dead menhaden on carolina rigs on the bottom or drifting, or Bucktail Jigs topped with curly tails sight casted into bait balls.
Offshore: Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna, Sailfish, Blue and White Marlin. They are all biting! When the wind lays out and anglers are able to get offshore they are reporting nice catches from inshore of the 90ft drop, to offshore of the Big Rock. Ballyhoo topped with sea witches or Ilanders seem to be the popular baits of choice.
Also don't forget to come in and have your prized catch weighted on our certified scales and have a picture made to be put under the new "Fishing Pics" tab!