Sunday, April 29, 2007
4/29 Flouner, Kings, Tautogs, Sea Bass, Grouper, and More!
Capt. Mike Taylor and I left the dock early this morning to locate some fish along the live bottoms. It was a little rough this morning but it layed down around mid-day. We caught fish everywhere we stopped and eventually ran into a massive school of 5 to 8lb Kings. After landing one on a Bucktail while flounder fishing... we decided to drop the deep diving lures behind the boat and troll. IT WAS ON! We trolled for about 45minutes and limited out then began throwing some back. It was constant double, triple, and even a quadruple hook-up. Shortly after we went back to looking for flounder and bass. We wound up keeping 11 Flounder up to 3lbs, 9 Kings from 26 to 29in., about a dozen sea-bass from 12 to 16in., a 25in. Grouper, 2 Tautogs from 2.5 to 3+lbs, and a few Grunts and Porgies. The Spring fishing is definately happening with water temps from 66 to 68 degrees from the beach out 10miles. Call for open dates... FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS- Capt. Jeff Cronk 910-326-7512 and TAYLOR-MADE CHARTERS- Capt. Mike Taylor 252-725-2623
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Sunday/Monday - Flounders and Bottomfish
Congrats to the Weldor's Ark and the "Wahoo Challenge"
Saturday, April 14, 2007
Sat.4/14 Monster Redfish! Inshore Slams!
Friday, April 13, 2007
Friday 4/13 Seabass and Speckled Trout
Thursday 4/12 Trout/Reds/Blues
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Monday, April 09, 2007
Sun. 4/8/07 More Reds, Flounder, Seabass
Fri. 4/6/07 Reds, Flounder, SeaBass
Thursday, April 05, 2007
4/4-4/5 5 Citation Speckled Trout!!!!
Sunday, April 01, 2007
3/31/07 Grand SlamToday!
Monte W. and Mitch onboard on Sat. hoping to get into the reds along the breakers.... Well, conditions weren't the best but we searched for a short while and found a school of 30 to 35in reds in a ft. of water. Mitch hooked one up, fought it a while, and boated a 32in redfish about 12 to 13lbs. meanwhile the rest of the school eased off into the deeper water and with the rough water around the shoals we decided to head into the backwaters. We fished all over Swansboro and Bogue Sound. We fished Grass Flats, Creeks, and Shell bottoms and wound up landing about 15 speckled trout, 2 grey trout, 2 flounder, another small puppy drum, and bluefish. That's 5 inshore species for a Grand Slam in late March... Awsome job guys! Capt. Jeff Cronk- FISH'N4LIFE CHARTERS- 910-326-7512 or email at JCRONK@EC.RR.COM