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June 3, 2011

Topsail Update

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Surf City Ocean Pier Update 
Surf City Pier reports a few blues and spanish on gotcha plugs, mornings and evenings. Bottom fishing is slow during the day, but picks up considerable in the evening and night. Bloodworms, available at the pier tackle shop, seem to be the best bait. While you are at Surf City Pier, check out their grill and try the Mosquito Burger.  MMMMMMM GOOD!
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06-02-2011
Spanish and blues are still to be caught on plugs and jigs but you would need to put in your time. Best bite has been the mornings and evenings. Bait fishing has been slow/descent for Mullets, Spots, Black Drum and Croakers with the bite being better in the evenings/night. Some Flounder, Sheepshead has been decked. Speckled Trout are being caught and are put back. Since the Speckled Trout cannot be kept right now. One Chopper Blue at 7 pounds was landed off the king rigs today. Our second legal Cobia was decked the day before about 20 pounds.


Blues and Spanish on Gotcha plugs in the early am. A few spots this week. Bloodworms best bait. Some whiting, pompano and black drum. Bottom fishing best at night.

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East Coast Sports fishing report.  Chris at East Coast Sports reports the spot bite has been "decent" at night. Anglers are catching some blues and spanish from the piers and near shore. Black sea bass are "on fire" offshore from 2 miles to 20 miles. Mahi are "chewing" in the gulf stream. Chris reports cobia are on the beach busting bait balls. 
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Till next time....
Tight lines!
Johnny and Donna



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