Sunday, October 30, 2005

10/30/05 6 Hr. Morning Trip with 4 clients aboard (Alan Pipkin Group) Alan, his buddy and their two sons braved the cold today for some trout. We worked hole after hole and the bite was ok but the fish were small today. We wound up landing about 25 to 30 trout with a bunch of small keepers.

3Hr Afternoon Trip with Tony Fincher (of King Fish Team "Open Wide"). We went a chasin some white water reds... and man did we get into the Reds today. These fish were striking anything thrown, including topwater baits! We worked school after school with the trolling motor and managed over 40 reds from 23 to 27in. along with 2 flounder 14.5 and 16in. and a 2.5lb speckled trout. Tony, I hope that your 27in. 7lb 7.2oz red drum gets you in first place in your Top Dog Tourny! Great Job Man.
Capt. Jeff Cronk- FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS. 910-326-7512.... The fish'n is on fire! A few open dates left for November... call soon!
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10/30/05 I think I wore out a new reel today! Another red 23in. Capt. Jeff- FISH'N4LIFE Posted by Picasa

10/30/05 Tony with a 26in. reddrum... the boy was wearing them out! Capt. Jeff/ Fish'n4life Posted by Picasa

10/30/05 Tony... Slightly excited! Come on Tony... didn't you get enough excitement fishing the King Tourny down south this whole week? Posted by Picasa

10/30/05 What a Red Drum Bite!!!! 24 to 27in. fish almost every cast!!! This made no. 40 Posted by Picasa

10/30/05 Tony with another 27in. red... Posted by Picasa

10/30/05 MYSELF WITH ANOTHER RED... Posted by Picasa

10/30/05 AND ANOTHER.... Posted by Picasa

10/29/05 4 Hr Morning Trip with Dale Sheperd (a father, two sons, and son-in-law group). These boys stepped onboard and braved the cold conditions at daybreak. We worked hard for trout this morning and they came slow... they were persistent and it payed off. We wound up landing about 20 speckled trout up to 2.5lbs and 3 grey trout up to 2lbs. All fish were caught on pink or red back mirrolures or Berkley Gulp Shrimp on a 1/4oz. flats jighead. Trout season is in full swing and there should be an excellent bite through Nov... I still have just a couple of weekend dates and several weekdays avail. call asap to reserve a trip. Thanks, Capt. Jeff Cronk- FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS... 910-326-7512 Posted by Picasa

Saturday, October 29, 2005

Don't forget about Striper season coming this winter! Call now to book your trip with myself or Jeff!
Saltwater Redneck Charters

Sorry for the long lapse in reports but we have been very busy with the tournaments. The fall King bite has been strong with many fish coming off the beach. The fish are getting spunky with the temp drops. Fish skying on baits and making long runs are the norm. Here are some pics to wet your appetite.
Saltwater Redneck Charters

Nice fish, I like his shirt too!
Saltwater Redneck Charters

Nice fall King!
Saltwater Redneck Charters

Thursday, October 27, 2005

10/27/05 2 1/2 hr trip with capt. Joe webb of the Billy Anna aboard Looking... heck the looking... just pure'T catching the speckled trout. All fish on Mirrolures! First spot first cast, 3lb trout.... 3rd cast another 3lber.... a couple casts later another 2.5lber... and it was on. We fished two spots and wound up landing over 30 nice specs... we kept about 11 from 1.75 to just over 3lbs. The trout bite is ONNNN! It typically lasts good through all of November... and slows as we get into mid December. Got a few dates left open in November... weekdays and weekends... call asap to reserve one before they're gone. 910-326-7512 or boat 336-558-5697. Capt. Jeff Cronk- FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS... ps... thanks todd for holding those fish I caught... shouldn't you be king fishing? Posted by Picasa

10/27/05 Cooler shot of a few of the trout we kept this afternoon... all fish kept were from 1.75 to 3lbs. FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS- 910-326-7512 Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

10/26/05 3:30- 5:30 2hr. afternoon trip onboard with capt. Mike Taylor of Taylor'Made Charters. We fished a couple of holes strictly with artificials today. Wound up landing 20+ trout with several over 2lbs, 4 red drum from 17 to 23in., and a decent keeper flounder. All fish were caught on mirrolures and Berkley Gulp Shrimp. Sweeeet afternoon! Capt. Jeff Cronk FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS 910-326-7512 Posted by Picasa

10/26/05 Here's a better shot of the fish... from this afternoon 4lb red, 2.5lb trout, 2lb trout and a 14.5in flounder. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

10/22/05 Good friend Jason Guthrie of Swansboro and Myself, Capt. Jeff Cronk, with our second place win in the 3rd Annual Jacksonville Speckled Trout Tournament. We had upwards of 38 speckled trout today and managed a 10 fish aggregate of 21.04lbs. After dealing with some strong winds, lots of rain, and some thunder and lightning early in the morning it shaped up to be a nice day with a steady trout bite on most locations. Next Tourny is Sunday, Nov. 6th followed by Sat. Nov. 12th. Posted by Picasa

10/22/05 David Moore of Swansboro with a nice spec over 4lbs at weigh-in. Posted by Picasa

10/22/05 Myself and Jason Guthrie holding a few nice 3+lb specs at weigh-in at the Marina Cafe in Jacksonville, NC. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, October 20, 2005

10/20/05 3rd Annual Ed Sewell Memorial Trout Tourny coming up on Sunday November 6th... out of Swansboro. For tournament info. contact Chris Sewell at 910-325-5793 Great Family Tourny with 2fish aggregate, big trout twt, big lizard fish twt, lady angler, junior angler... etc. I'll try to post tourny info... Capt. meeting the afternoon of Sat. nov 5th... Shirts now available with limited supplies. original art work... one of a kind... $15 per shirt in white or ash. contact Chris at no. above for shirts. thanks, capt. jeff cronk, FISH'N4LIFE  Posted by Picasa

Monday, October 17, 2005

10/17/05 FISH'N4LIFE New Boat for November (prime trout season) Triton 240 Light Tackle Series Bay Boat in Finesse blue... fully loaded top-notch... Fish'n Machine! See Ya on the water. Capt. Jeff Cronk  Posted by Picasa

HERE'S A SHOT FROM NOV. 2004 THIS TYPE OF MIXED BAG IS A COMMON OCCURANCE DURING A FULL DAY TRIP ABOARD FISH'N4LIFE. We had red drum up to 5lbs, speckled trout up to 3lbs, flounders up to 4lbs and lots of panfrying fish to boot. Current Open Full Day Dates for November 2006 include the following 11th, 13th, 20th, 25th, 26th, 27th. Current Open Afternoon Dates for Oct. and Nov. include all Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays... several of these weekday afternoons are booked so call for afternoon openings. 910-326-7512 or boat phone 336-558-5697. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to use my guide service and taking the time to check out my website. Capt. Jeff Cronk- FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS. Posted by Picasa

10/16/05 6hr trip with Derrick and his buddy from Greensboro aboard to look for some specs and reds. We worked the specs for several hours and wound up with 7 specs up to 2.75lbs and then went looking for red drum. We found a school of reds working some flooded marsh and managed to land about 14 reds up to 6lbs. One red had 17 spots on both sides combined. Great job guys! Capt. Jeff Cronk- FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS 910-326-7512 OR BOAT 336-558-5697 Posted by Picasa

10/15/05 Capt. mike taylor of Taylor-made with 3 clients aboard this morning for a 4hr trip looking for speckled trout. They wound up with 15 specs between 1.5 and 3lbs and some throwbacks as well. They caught fish on both artificials and live bait. super job guys... capt. mike taylor- taylor made charters 252-725-2623 Posted by Picasa

10/15/05 4hr trout charter with Matthew Cochrane group from Raleigh, NC. We battled the extremely high incoming tide and strong breeze this morning and eventually found a good bite on the trout. Matthew and his buddy managed to land 17 keeper trout with 13 that weighed between 1.75 and 3.1 lbs using live shrimp, mirrolures, and paddle tail grubs. Back at the dock at 11:30. Excellent job guys. Posted by Picasa

10/15/05 Another shot of 13 out of 17 specs caught today. All 13 ranged from 1.75 to 3.1lbs and were caught on live shrimp, paddle tail grubs, and mirrolures. Posted by Picasa

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