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January 2, 2011

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Ran across these reports, since I don't have any local reports, I'll post these. Maybe something local will turn up soon.

Affordable Charters Fishing Report 12-27-10

"The fishing has been a little slow due to 46 degree water temperature. We are still catching a few speckled trout. Also there are several drum still around but they are schooled up & laying still so not really biting. But as soon as we get those 60 degree days forecast for later this week they should start moving around & feeding so keep your fishing gear ready. Hope everyone has a healthy, happy New Year. Keep fishing & stay safe."
Captain John Carty
Affordable Charters
910 616-3957
Read full report HERE.

Seahawk Charters Fishing Report

Short Fishing Report 12/24/10
"............... Now to short fishing report. We are catching good numbers of redfish when the weather cooperates. The reds are schooled up on the flats and in the creeks of the lower Cape Fear area. The sightfishing has been good when the winds are light which has been rare lately. On the windier days we are hiding back in the creeks and picking up a few fish blindcasting artificials and fishing live mud minnows to known productive areas."
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Jeff Wolfe
Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters
NC Inshore Fishing Blog
View the full report HERE.

Carolina Explorer Charters Fishing Report

Carolina Explorer 12-27 fishing report. Santa Claus has delivered great redfishing to Carolina Beach. WINTER RATES IN FULL EFFECT CALL 910-264-1807!!!!!!
Published on December 27th, 2010 by Capt. Robert Schoonmaker
"Happy Holidays and New Year to all. We have been catching lots of redfish on all the trips last week. Even on the cold and windy days we have been catching redfish, all on lures. Strikeking glass minnows in dark colors, gulp alive in shrimp and pogey patterns have been working the best. Remember to fish them slow, the fish are cold just like we are. It looks like the weather is going to break around the weekend, so If you want to go catch plenty of redfish, give me a call 910-264-1807. WINTER RATES IN FULL EFFECT."
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Capt. Robert Schoonmaker
Read full report HERE

Till next time....
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