Charlie\'s Charters Fishing Report

Fishing Report by Charlie’s Charters 6-24-14

Published on June 24th, 2014 by Capt. Charles | Click for more | Add Your Comment

Fishing in the Carolina Beach area is finally starting to heat up.  Inshore fishing is getting better, this past week we have had nice catches of speckled trout, flounder and red fish.  We are now allowed to keep the speckled trout as long as they are within the required size limits.  Down around the Southport and Bald Head island area we are still catching whitting, big croaker, spots, flounder, black drum and red fish.  Our inlets are also producing flounder, bluefish and a few speckled trout while drift fishing.  Near shore we are having good numbers of spanish mackerel and bonita while trolling or site casting.  Our nearby reefs are producing flounder, grey trout, black sea bass and over slot red fish.  Also there are sharks and an occasional barracuda, as you’ll see in the picture below that was caught while flounder fishing on a nearby reef.  Thanks for reading this report and hope to see you on the water.

Capt Charles

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Taylor Wagoner of Wallburg, NC with her first flounder!

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Fishing Report by Charlie’s Charters June 6, 2014

Published on June 6th, 2014 by Capt. Charles | Click for more | Add Your Comment

Hello everyone, I’m still here.  Sorry for the lack of reports, I’ve been busy with charters and tracking down the fish.

Even though fishing started out a little slow this year things are starting to change now that bait is everywhere.  Inshore fishing has been good this past week with nice flounder, redfish and trout.  We still can’t keep any speckled trout till June 15th due to the winter weather we had.  Down south around the Southport and bay area we’re catching whiting, big croakers, spot’s, flounder, black drum and red fish.  Our inlet’s have also been producing some nice flounder, bluefish and speckled trout while drift fishing.  Offshore we are seeing good numbers of spanish mackerel while trolling or sight casting when they are on top.  There’s also been reports of cobia being caught in the 5-10 mile range.  Our nearby reef’s are producing flounder, grey trout, black seabass and over slot red fish along with the annoying sharks.

Summer is here and fishing is only going to get better!  Now that school is fixing to let out June is booking fast so call today for your day on the water.

Cpt Charles

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