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By Frisco Rod & Gun on 11/30/2023 9:13:58 PM • Views (2)
The high was 57 while the low was 34 with light winds. Gusts up to 15mph today. Currently it’s 48 feels like 43 with NNE winds at 5mph. Tomorrow the winds should be light to gentle and switching directions (ESE SSE). Temps will be a little warmer (H: 65 L: 50). Rain is coming for […] The post Hatteras Island Fishing Report appeared first on Hatter...

By Touching Bottom on 11/30/2023 4:21:00 PM • Views (0)
Good crappie fishing today. Caught some nice ones.

By Frisco Rod & Gun on 11/29/2023 8:50:40 PM • Views (2)
The high was 43 while the low was 30 with light winds. Gusts up to 20mph today. Currently it’s 36 feels like 28 with W winds at 5mph. Tomorrow the temps should get back up to the mid-50s while winds should stay about the same. Radar is clear but looks like rain is coming for […] The post Hatteras Island Fishing Report appeared first on Hatteras Is...

By Seamus on 11/29/2023 2:38:00 PM • Views (2)
Streamers which match the minnows the stocked trout feed upon are very effective whether a beginner or an experienced angler. One of the The post Streamers for Stocked Trout appeared first on The View From Harrys Window - A Fly Fishing Blog.

By MFG on 11/29/2023 11:26:59 AM • Views (3)
Late fall fishing can either be bluebird days or weather like this. It’s best to plan for the worst and know the fishing is even better when it’s nasty out!  The post Late Fall Weather Days appeared first on Montana Fly Fishing Guides.

By Seamus on 11/29/2023 10:30:02 AM • Views (4)
Offshore anglers have finally gotten some decent conditions and Sailfish Dolphin and Blackfin Tuna have been the reward. Most of the activity is north of Fort Pierce Inlet in about 200′ of water. The Indian River is still pretty high but hopefully the cooler weather will clear things up a bit. The cooler temps should… The post 11-29-23 appeared fi...

By Seamus on 11/28/2023 6:26:17 PM • Views (1)
The holiday season is fast approaching and with that so do the holiday get-togethers dinners and celebrations. And while the Lodge does not operate throughout the winter months our offices are busy in preparation for the upcoming season! Each month in lead up to May the buzz in the office becomes more energetic more infectious […] The post Holiday...

By Whiskey Bayou Charters on 11/28/2023 • Views (6)
The first of a two-day trip with Chuck Reynolds from Fish Seaguar with buddies Chip Stringer and Bob. We battled high water, winds and a cool front but had a great day.    The lines, the redfish and the fisherman all did their job as they finished day one with 35+ keepers, a few bulls and a big black drum to show how truly impressive al...

By Seamus on 11/28/2023 12:58:36 PM • Views (5)
The big tunas are here. We have been having some terrible winds and seas so haven’t been able to get out there lately. However this Thursday is looking great and the fishing should be incredible. Book your trip today. Book online at and check out our online special (for a limited time) The post Bigeye Tuna / Yellowfin Tuna a...

By Seamus on 11/28/2023 10:37:00 AM • Views (2)
The week of Thanksgiving always finds me busy but boy this was another level. I had regular client David and his friend Clay on Sunday for a six hour trip fly fishing for bonefish tarpon permit and then a four hour trip in the afternoon with another regular client Mike. The morning had us finding a few tarpon which we had some shots at on fly an...

By Seamus on 11/28/2023 10:35:00 AM • Views (2)
This week was a mixed bag of bonefishing and just bending rods and having a good time. My week started off with Victor and his wife from Ukraine and the goal was to catch a few fish for dinner which we quickly did catching fun yellow jacks and tasty snappers. Then we switched off and fished the flats for sharks where we hooked up three or four sha...

By Seamus on 11/28/2023 8:22:00 AM • Views (2)
From the AGFC Facebook page Help the AGFC update the statewide Trout Management Plan. The survey at the following link will take less than 5 minutes and will provide insight into the opinions of anglers and their desires for the future of Arkansas trout fishing. The survey is open until December 15. TAKE THE SURVEY […]

By Seamus on 11/28/2023 1:12:35 AM • Views (2)
Top Reasons Why Kids Should Go Deep Sea Fishing Are you wondering why taking your kids on deep sea fishing adventures is such a great idea? Let’s explore ten fantastic reasons why kids and deep sea fishing make a fantastic combination: Outdoor Adventures Deep sea fishing gets kids out of the house and away from … Continue reading Top Reasons Why K...

By Seamus on 11/27/2023 9:23:00 PM • Views (1)
I fished yesterday morning with Jim Russell and his dad Doug meeting them up down at the decrepit Sawpit Creek boat ramp. There was a front passing thru and the forecast called for a bunch of rain but when we launched it had improved to a slight chance but a whole bunch of wind coming out of the South and South east. We made our way up the inter...

By Seamus on 11/27/2023 6:41:07 PM • Views (3)
Fishing in Costa Rica in November can be a rewarding experience as this month falls within the country’s rainy season but offers good opportunities for anglers. Here are some key points to consider: Offshore Fishing: Target Species: Sailfish marlin (blue black and striped) dorado (mahi-mahi) and tuna are commonly targeted during this time. today w...

By Georgia Wild Trout on 11/27/2023 6:22:52 PM • Views (1)
Teaching kids about fly fishing doesn't have to be difficult. Use these tips to find more trout fishing success with young anglers.

By Seamus on 11/27/2023 4:02:00 PM • Views (3)
Had Peter Gravinese and the guys out today for stripers. Moved the trip to Point Pleasant with the west wind. Great guys and caught some fish throughout the day.

By Seamus on 11/27/2023 3:16:29 PM • Views (1)
We're expecting some decent weather conditions this week which aligns perfectly with the opening of recreational flounder season on Friday (Dec 1). We're already hearing good reports on flounder in and around the inlet so the opportunity should be ripe to drop some door mats on the dinner table... The post Weekly Forecast (11.28.23 – 12.5.23) appe...

By Seamus on 11/27/2023 2:21:10 PM • Views (1)
Location Weber River Overview The Weber still has water in it! The savvy fisherperson should check here first before heading out. We are overdue for them dropping to base winter flows. The fish do seem to be podded up in the deeper holes and below drop-offs. Nymphing and streamers are your best bet. Latest Flows […]

By Seamus on 11/27/2023 2:16:00 PM • Views (1)
Location Green River Below Flaming Gorge Dam Overview The Green below Flaming Gorge Dam will be flowing at an average of 2100 CFS as of 11/29/23. There is a double bump With one at Midnight and one at noon. Streamer fishing on the bump is the way to go most days. There should be decent […]

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By Seamus on 11/24/2023 7:41:32 PM • Views (11)
I hope your Thanksgiving Holiday was awesome and your Turkey fueled Tryptophan hangover did not deter you from fishing? The weather looks seasonally appropriate for the upcoming week. A slight rain chance Sunday a little breezy early week then pretty mild leading into next weekend. Look for a potential uptick in activity leading up to […] The post...

By Seamus on 11/25/2023 5:34:10 PM • Views (11)
Made our 3/4 day striped bass trip again today. Little chilly in the morning but turned out to be a pretty nice day. The fishing was not as good as we would like. Went to where we caught some bass yesterday. Caught a few but that was it. Did a lot of riding and looking with no success.There are a few pictures in the gallery and facebook. We will b...

By Frisco Rod & Gun on 11/25/2023 9:12:31 PM • Views (10)
The high was 54 while the low was 52 with light to moderate winds. Gusts up to 45mph today. Currently it’s 54 feels like 46 with NNE winds at 13mph. Gusts around 20mph. Tomorrow’s temps are predicted to be a little higher (H: 63 L: 57) with similar winds. Sound water temp: 55-59 Ocean water […] The post Hatteras Island Fishing Report appeared firs...

By Seamus on 11/24/2023 6:43:55 PM • Views (8)
OUTLOOK  As we close in on December we are going to see some cooler nighttime temperatures over the next week and this will drop river levels substantially across the Lower Mainland.   This will mean getting more technical with your float and fly rigs. Lightening up leaders and dumbing down presentation colours is the ticket.   We... The post Paci...

By Seamus on 11/26/2023 6:42:44 PM • Views (8)
The high was 64 while the low was 54 with light to strong winds. Gusts up to 45mph today. Currently it’s 54 feels like 49 with WSW winds at 10mph. Tomorrow’s winds should be similar speeds and switch to be from the WNW. Temps will be in the mid to high 50s. Sound water temp: […] The post Hatteras Island Fishing Report appeared first on Hatteras Is...

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