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By Seamus on 9/15/2020 11:21:25 PM • Rank (25) • Views (26) •Comments(0)
I had to really work for a few fish today.  The albies were around in good numbers but they were super fussy. Today was a frustrating day. We have a lot of these days when fishing for albies. We went out in the boat today in search of these fish.  And we found a pile of them attacking tiny bait.  Only problem was that they would not hit. At times...

By Seamus on 9/15/2020 11:21:24 PM • Rank (25) • Views (32) •Comments(0)
Black sea bass saved the day for us today.  Here are a couple of porkers. Suddenly there are no albies to be had.  That coincides with a lack of bait.  It also comes at a time when we are experiencing some very rough and roiled water along the oceanfront.  While the lack of albies does not mean they are gone it does raise some concern as there h...

By Seamus on 9/15/2020 7:31:09 PM • Rank (21) • Views (32) •Comments(0)
In Summary: Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: There were some small Pompano and Sea Mullet on the south end of Hatteras Island. Ramp 2 and 4 caught Bluefish and Drum Yesterday. The NE winds is … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 9/15/2020 8:42:42 AM • Rank (34) • Views (41) •Comments(0)
It was another great day of billfish releases down on the docks! Returning from the Washington Canyon was the ‘Osprey’ releasing 4 white marlin   the ‘Fish On’ releasing 3 white marlin while also catching 1 yellowfin tuna the ‘Showtime’ releasing … Continue reading → The post September 8 2020 appeared first on Ocean City MD Fishing Charter Boat Sp...

By Seamus on 9/15/2020 8:42:29 AM • Rank (54) • Views (54) •Comments(0)
What was supposed to be a rainy stormy day turned out to be a pretty nice September afternoon.  We did have a few boats venture out in search of the September bite with the  Washington Canyon being the place of … Continue reading → The post September 9 2020 appeared first on Ocean City MD Fishing Charter Boat Sport Fishing.

By Seamus on 9/15/2020 8:42:19 AM • Rank (37) • Views (37) •Comments(0)
It was another strange weather day with a mix of rain and sunshine but it didn’t stop the boats from heading offshore once again.  The first boat back to the dock was the crew on the ‘Osprey’ returning from the … Continue reading → The post September 10 2020 appeared first on Ocean City MD Fishing Charter Boat Sport Fishing.

By Clear Creek Outfitters on 9/15/2020 1:41:54 AM • Rank (68) • Views (68) •Comments(0)
Well I believe for just about everyone. The transition from summer to fall seems to feel as if it happens after Labor Day. Summers go fast But fall is definitely a great time on the rivers. the days get a little shorter and cooler and the fish seem to know its time to eat before […]

By Lake Seminole Fishing Guides on 9/15/2020 12:11:57 AM • Rank (25) • Views (25) •Comments(0)
Lake Seminole is half a foot below full pool and the water temperature is the mid 80’s.The Flint and Chattahoochee River arms of the lake still have a slight stain while Spring Creek remains clear. The Bass fishing this week on Lake Seminole has been good. Topwater baits like Buzzbaits and Frogs have been productive… The post Lake Seminole Fishing...

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 7:11:31 PM • Rank (25) • Views (25) •Comments(0)
www.masterbaiters.com.mx You know it never fails we start seeing some great fishing which only promises to improve then “WHAM” something happens and machine stops. By that I mean we’ve seen strong currents and heavy rain. When this happens it’s hard to keep up with conditions let alone what’s out there roaming the neighborhood. For now we’re still...

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 6:46:28 PM • Rank (24) • Views (24) •Comments(0)
It is Fall now here in the UP a bit of color on the trees as we are entering mid September. This is a fantastic time to be here many different opportunities for the angler exist. Pacific Salmon have been on the move as water temps have been dropping this is a great time to […]

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 6:11:31 PM • Rank (24) • Views (24) •Comments(0)
We are greatly saddened by all of the wild fires in Oregon. OregonFlyFishingBlog.com wants you to know that our staff wants to help. We have areas for vehicles including RV’s (camping and storage available) and we want to help in … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 6:11:30 PM • Rank (20) • Views (20) •Comments(0)
From OregonLive.com WWII vet married 77 years forced to evacuate twice says beloved wife most important: ‘I have the treasure with me’ The fate of Frank and Jeanne Moore’s home near Idleyld Park remained unknown Wednesday afternoon. Also uncertain were … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 6:11:29 PM • Rank (22) • Views (22) •Comments(0)
Matt Labounty’s drift boat remains were the only thing left on his property. We continue to feel the pain along with so many others as much of the McKenzie River corridor has been damaged as a result of the Holiday … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 5:31:29 PM • Rank (20) • Views (20) •Comments(0)
The clouds stuck around longer than we expected yesterday but we did see some sunshine in the afternoon.  Today will be 82 degrees with clouds giving way to sun.  We’ll have a little more humidity with wind 6 mph from the South.  Writing that out it sounds like a good day for flying ants.  It […]

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 5:31:29 PM • Rank (20) • Views (20) •Comments(0)
The bright sun hitting the low water bumped up the water temps just enough to push the hatching to later in the day to after dark depending on where you were fishing.  Once the sun dropped there were a number of small olive spinners in the air with a few caddis mixed in.  The olives […]

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 5:31:29 PM • Rank (32) • Views (32) •Comments(0)
Today will be cooler in the high 70’s. Tonight the temp will drop back into the high 50’s.  This is the start of a cool down period that hopefully sticks around.  The cooler temps should help drop the water temps over the weekend and really feel like Fall.  There have been a lot of tiny […]

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 5:31:28 PM • Rank (17) • Views (17) •Comments(0)
The cool nights have helped the water temps throughout the system.  It’s 47 degrees this morning and we’ll only hit 70 this afternoon.  Mostly sun with a few clouds and wind 7 mph from the South.  A nice day to be on the river.  The small olives are out along with some heptagenia caddis and […]

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 5:31:28 PM • Rank (21) • Views (21) •Comments(0)
Everyone out there yesterday dealt with a little more sun and wind than they would have liked but overall it was pleasant and fish were landed.  Most dry fly fish came on olives but there were some caddis isos and white flies in spots.  Nymphing or swinging wets were better bets early in the […]

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 5:31:27 PM • Rank (20) • Views (20) •Comments(0)
Today sounds comfortable with a high of 67 degrees and a few clouds.  Wind will be up a bit around 1o mph with gusts to 15 mph.  Leaves are still on the trees so it’s possible to fish some wind breaks.  The air temp drops back to 39 degrees tonight which should really help the […]

By Seamus on 9/14/2020 10:07:35 AM • Rank (20) • Views (30) •Comments(0)
In Summary: Send all questions and pictures to info@twstackle.com Surf Fishing Report: Hatteras Island reported some nice Bluefish in Avon Puppy Drum and small Pompano at 48 and drum at ramp 55 with some Spanish mixed in. I have pictures … Continue reading →

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