April 24th, 2010
Jolly Roger had a great mullet bite on fishbites and Shrimp last night. Great Bluefish bite on SeaView and Surf City this morning (gotcha Plugs). Bonita still out there this morning (Dons Jigs and Diamond Jigs). Had 1 report of a guy catching 6 Wahoo yesterday (1st hand). Just a few Sea Mullets and Reds off the beach.
April 23rd, 2010
Bonita is the hot thing this week. 2-4 miles out of New River inlet. Don’s Jigs and Diamond jigs are the thing. If you want to troll take some crystal minnows. No real reports from offshore. Some Mullet, Black Drum and a few Blues on the pier. The reds are still chewing inside.
Bonita have Shown up!!!!!!!!
April 19th, 2010
Confirmed report of tons of Bonita at 4-5 miles out New River this morning.
Topsail Report 04-16-2010
April 16th, 2010
East Coast Sports Fishing Report 4-3-2010
Surf City Pier
Good catches of Sea Mullets at night and a few during the day. A few small blues showing up.
Sea View Pier
Mullets at Night
Jolly Roger Pier
Some Blues on plugs and Mullet at night.
Good catches of Mullet at night.
Offshore Report 20 Miles – 200 Fathoms
Not too many Reports came in this weekend. There have been some Wahoo at the steeples. If you are not jigging you are not catching. People are finding out that jigging is saving trips in a big way. Wahoo, Yellowfin and Cobia are all being caught on jigs.
The Bonita have not really made a showing this week. Some Blues on the nearshore reefs as well as a few Gray Trout. But them Bonita need to be showing up please.
Sound and Creek Report
Still tons of reds to be had. Phil has been slying them this week. Even caught a red topwater. Some specks are starting to show up everywhere. The inshore fishing is on fire.
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April 6th, 2010
Decent Sea Mullet bite on the piers along with some Puffers and a few Blues. Reds still eating it up inside and on the shoals. No Bonita this morning.
Fishing Report for April 4th 2010
April 4th, 2010
Bonita @ 3 Miles. Wahoo and Cobia at 60+ Reds still in the creeks with some specks starting to bite.