Archive for September, 2008

Seahawk Inshore Fishing Report 9/26/08

Friday, September 26th, 2008

The inshore fishing was really good before all of the high winds we have had for the past week. It should really turn on now that this big low pressure is out of here.

We have been catching good numbers of redfish, speckled trout, and flounder on both artificial and live baits.

The bluefish 1 to 4 lbs are everywhere attacking the large schools of finger mullets.

There are also good numbers of sheephead around the docks along the ICW.

There are also some decent sized black drum around.

We have had a blast catching reds, specs, and flounder on artificials. One day my son Christian and I caught 8 or 9 reds and just as many flounder in a couple of hours of fishing all on artificials
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I will be doing a lot of fishing over the next couple of weeks so I should have a better report next time. Check out the photos from the past few weeks.

Thanks,
Jeff Wolfe
Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters
Fish Carolina Beach Blog
910-619-9580


Joel owner of Saltwater Marine with an over the slot redfish caught on artificial.


Joel of Saltwater Marine and Dwayne of Bellhart Marine with a double hookup of reds caught sightcasting with artificials.


Double hookup of reds caught sightcasting on the flats the second week of Sept.


Nice spec caught by me.


A couple of nice flounders caught on artificials.


Jeremy from Ohio with a nice red caught on artificials.


CWolfe with a nice redfish


My front yard during high tide on Sept. 25th thanks to the large low pressure and 30 to 40 mph winds. My son kayaked out of our front yard and down to the waterway.




Seahawk Inshore Fishing Report 9/5/08

Friday, September 5th, 2008

The inshore fishing has been really good the past couple of weeks with catches of red drum, black drum, speckled trout, flounder,lady fish, and sheephead.

We have been catching good numbers of speckled trout on live shrimp and Doa shrimp under a popping cork. There was one day that we caught over fifty specs. We have also picked up a few black drum and sheephead while fishing for the trout with live shrimp.

The redfish bite has been good also. We have caught a few over the slot fish 28″ to 31″ sightcasting artificials on the flats, but most have been caught either blind casting artificials or using live finger mullets around oyster points. The largest redfish that was caught was a 33″er on a finger mullet.

We are also catching some really nice flounder on both artificial and live finger mullets. The largest flounder caught was 5.3 lb fish caught on a live finger mullet.

Check out the photos from the past couple of weeks. These are just a few of the good catches we have had lately.

Thanks,
Jeff Wolfe
Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters
Fish Carolina Beach Blog
910-619-9580


Above: Nice red caught on artificial


Above: 5.3 flounder


Above: 31″ redfish caught sightcasting on the flats


Above: 33″ redfish caught on a live finger mullet