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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

November Trout and Redfish Bite Continues!

The speckled trout bite has been hot along the Crystal Coast we been finding plenty of 1 to 3 pound trout in the rivers and creeks. we've also been site casting to large schools of 5 to 10 pound Redrum along the shoals near the inlets. This bite should last through December. Call now to reserve your trip for december.
Capt. Jeff Cronk
Fishn4life Charters
336 558 5697


Thursday, November 13, 2014

Red fish galore!

We are still wearing out the redfish in the Swansboro and Emerald Isle area.  Our last trip out we were sightcasting to several schoolsnof over 1000 reds from 5 to 10lbs.  This fishery willnlast throughout november and december.
Give us a shout to book your trip!
Capt. Jeff cronk
Fish'n4Life Charters
336 558 5697
910 325 8194


Sunday, November 02, 2014

The fall redfish bite is on!

The fall run of upper to over slot red drum has been on fire!  We've been sight casting to schools of 500  to 1000 fish for several weeks now and the bite should continue through december.  These fish are ranging from 5 pounds to 15 pounds.  Call now to reserve your trip.
Captain jeff cronk
910 325 8194
336 558 5697


Friday, September 19, 2014

NC Flounders... Stacking them up.! Fish'n4Life Charters!

The nearshore flounder fishing has been phenomenal lately.  We've been landing between 20 and 40 Flounder per trip with 10 tom 20  keepers ranging from 1.5 pounds 5 pounds. We're mixing in some big Spanish and king mackerel along with some big Spanish.  Call now to reserve your trip.
Capt. Jeff 910 325 8194
336 558 2854697th
Capt. Mike 252 725 2623

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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Swansboro red fishing has been on fire this month!

Sightfishing for red fish along the crystal coast has been excellent this august with most fish ranging from 23in to 27in. We doing well on top water baits as well as berkley gulp shrimp on light jigheads.  The bite should continue into the fall.  Give us a shout if your ready to get into some serious action.
Capt jeff cronk
910 325 8194
336 558 5697
Capt mike taylor
252 725 2623

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Strong winds and a strong bite!

Right after the hurricane passed we had 5 days of 20 plus mph winds which kept us out of the ocean and into the backwaters of bogue sound...whiteoak river... queens creek... and behind the barrier islands.  Despite the wind we managed 7 to 15 reds each trip along with a handful of flounder.  Windy days keep most anglers off the water and make fishing pretty easy
Capt Jeff Cronk.


Monday, June 23, 2014

Redfish action continues!

We had another great day sightfishing redfish with Josh and his friends aboard.  We caught reds in all 4 areas we fished.  They struck top water baits and berkley gulp rippled mullet fished on light jigheads.  Josh and his friends had multiple triple hook ups and wound up landing about 20 reds.
Capt. Jeff cronk
FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS

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Thursday, June 05, 2014

AMAZING REDFISH ACTION and NEARSHORE FLOUNDER BITE! FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS - Swansboro - Emerald Isle

Hello Folks, the last few weeks have been Phenomenal in our area for sightfishing to Red Drum.  Aboard Fish'n4life and Taylor'Made Charters we've been finding plenty of 22in to 25in redfish with a few schools holding as many as 500 fish!  This action Should Continue all Summer! Call Today to lock in your date with either Capt. Jeff Cronk 910-325-8195, 336-558-5697 or Capt. Mike 252-725-2623.


 
The Nearshore Bite has also been decent with good numbers of Summer Flounder in the 2 to 4lb range.  There are some big Seabass mixed in... and a little farther off the beach we've been having some fun with 20 to 40lb AJ's.  Call Now to book your Summer Trip!
Capt. Jeff

 


 
 

 

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Inshore Redfish and Flounder... Great Day!

We've had some great trips lately with a mixed bag of redfish and flounder in the backwaters... and the action will only get better as we move into summer.  Call now to reserve your trip!
Capt Jeff
336 558 5697

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