Seahawk Inshore Fishing Report 2/2/10, Redfish Bite is Good, Weather not so Good.

The redfishing in the backwaters has been really good when we can get the weather to cooperate. The reds are schooled up on the flats and in some deeper pockets of water in the creeks. There has only been a few decent weather days over the past couple of weeks to get out and do some fishing. On the days we have been able to get out we have done really well on the reds fishing soft plastics.

January 28th turned out to be one of my best redfishing days ever. I had Capt. Jot on the Banshee Extreme on a decent day searching for reds in the lower Cape Fear. We found some reds on the flats and along a creek bank and had caught about fifteen after three hours of fishing. We then searched some creeks and found a school of 25″ to 31″ reds in a small hole about three feet deep and caught around 70 fish out of that one small hole!!! We ended the day with around 85 redfish!!!

January 29th was cold and windy day and we ended up catching around thirty reds in a protected creek out of the wind. Two other days that I have fished over the past couple of weeks produced seven reds on one day and fifteen on the other.

Hopefully the weather will cooperate and I will have another good report for the next couple of weeks. Check out the photos from the past couple of weeks.

Jeff Wolfe
Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters
Carolina Beach Inshore Fishing Blog

1/22/10 Mike with a nice red he caught on a shell point.

1/28/10 Capt. Jot with a over slot red that fell for a Saltwater Assassin paddle tail jig.

Jot hooked up

Upper slot red I caught on 1/28/10

Mike with a nice red he caught on 1/29/10

1/29/10 Buddy and Mike doubled up on reds

One of the many double hookups we had on 1/28/10 and 1/29/10

2/1/10 Jerry with a red he caught after making a perfect cast into a school on the flats

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