(910) 262-7148                           Wrightsville Beach, NC
Fishing Reports
Friday, April 5, 2013
Beach water temp is jumping back and forth 55 to 58
nearshore trips with a few Snapper, Ring Tails, and
Sheepshead in the mix.  Big numbers..150+ fish on these
half days.  It won't be long before the Spanish, Blues, and
Bonito show up.

Monday, March 25, 2013
Beach water is hovering around 55/56 degrees.  Great
fishing nearshore with large Sea Bass (catch & release until
June 1st) & plenty of spiny dog sharks- as fast as you can
go on light tackle.  Won't be long before the water warms up
on the beach- awaiting the low to mid 60s so we can do
some work on the Spanish Mackerel and Atlantic Bonito.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Beach water temp. is up to 55 & rising.  Blues, Sea Bass,
Sharks nearshore.  Gulf Stream- good Blackfin Tuna bite
last week.  Look for the Spanish Mackerel to show up in a
few weeks, and, hopefully, a good run of Atlantic Bonito.  
Good Mackerel fishing in Florida this winter, so we hope to
see a good showing from them offshore in May.
Right: Feb '13 Bluefin Tuna, Feb. White Marlin

Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Pictured Right:  Large Tiger shark 18 miles offshore
Spanish Mackerel are still biting near the beach.  King
Mackerel and Grouper fishing is getting better everyday with
the cooling temperatures- 3/4 or full days for these fish

Friday, August 17, 2012
Near the beach, Spanish Mackerel fishing has been Near
the beach, Spanish Mackerel fishing has been good- lots of
nice Blacktips, Lemons, Duskies, great-big numbers & nice
Spinners.  Bottom fishing is consistent from 12 miles on out
with good catches of Grouper, Sea Bass, and Grunts.  Lots
of bait around- King Mackerel bite from 10 miles and Mahi &
a few Sailfish around 25 miles.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Spanish Mackerel fishing was great last week and into the
weekend.  Yesterday was a little slower with 22 Spanish and
a False Albecore.  We're catching King Mackerels from 7 to
12 miles.  The best of the Mahi and Sailfish is between 25
and 35 miles, and the Grouper bite has been consistent in
the 15 miles on out.

Friday, July 9, 2012
Been too busy keep up with the fishing reports..if you don't
see an updated report, feel free to call.  
Nearshore, great Spanish Mackerel and Shark fishing..7'
Blacktip shark this week along with several Hammerheads at
90-100 lbs.  Offshore, the grass is finally breaking up
enough to fish.  Dolphin and King Mackerel inshore of 12
miles...good Grouper and Sea Bass bite on the bottom.  
Sailfish showing up between 18 and 25 miles.

Thursday, June 14, 2012
The water inshore of 20 miles is starting to look good, and
the grass is lining up....so, it will be any day that the big
Dolphin show up in numbers.   Bottom fishing has been
good from 9 miles on out.  Near the beach, great Spanish
Mackerel bite with some Cobia and Sharks showing
up....several Cobia in the 10 to 15 mile range.

Saturday, June 9, 2012
We finally got some nice weather yesterday.   Thursday, we
were only able to make it 9 miles because of the wind and
seas, but the guys still pulled out a decent catch....they
landed 3 out of 6 nice gag groupers and several nice sized
Sea Bass.  Near the beach, good bite with Spanish Mackerel
& Bluefish.  

Saturday, May 12, 2012
Beach water temp. is 75 degrees, and we have been
blessed with some incredible spring weather lately.  Spanish
Mackerel fishing is strong near the beach...big fish and
good numbers.  We should start seeing good Cobia fishing
any day.  King Mackerel fishing is better than last
year...catching fish between 12 and 20 miles.  We are
looking forward to the Sea Bass fishery opening on June
1st, so we can keep the huge Sea Bass that are
everywhere.  Caught some real nice Groupers 24 miles off
today.  Mahi fishing picked up in the Gulf Stream, so we
should start seeing some inside 30 miles this week

Tuesday, April 25th, 2012
Beach water temp hovering between 66 and 68 degrees.  
Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish near the beach, trolling and
casting.  Flounder on the nearshore bottom.  King Mackerel,
False Albecore, and a few Cobia between 20 and 30 miles.  
Grouper fishing opens next Tuesday!  
Gulf Stream- good Wahoo and Blackfin Tuna bite with a few
Dolphin and Sails

Fri., April 6th, 2012
Beach water temp. has been around 66/ 67 degrees for
almost two weeks.  The Spanish Mackerel have shown up
good near the beach, along with a few Bluefish.  King
Mackerel bite consistent around 25 to 30 miles.  Gulf Stream
picking up- still some good size Wahoo, Dolphin, Blackfin
Tuna, a few Yellowfin & Sailfish.

Wed., March 28, 2012
The beach water is 66 degrees!  Bluefish & drum on the
beach.  A few Spanish Mackerel and Atlantic Bonita showing
up, and it should get better this week.  King Mackerel and
False Albecore 25 miles off.  Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna,
Dolphin, and a few sails in the Gulf Stream.  It was a mild
winter, so take advantage and get an early spring trip in

February 16, 2012
It's been a mild winter for us, and the fishing has been better
this year than the past two winters.  The beach water temp.
has been hovering around 54 degrees.  King Mackerel
fishing has been much more promising than the past two
years, and the Gulf Stream has had good Blackfin Tuna
fishing with some Wahoo in the mix.  There have been some
nice Cobia caught in the 40 mile range; this Cobia from our
trip last week weighed in right at 70 pounds!