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Captain of The Ship
The 1 advantage of fishing is to own a boat. I'm on my way to go hook some.
fishing report photo of Other Species photo taken on 9/17/2017 11:46:00 AM contributed by william

Catch Date: 09/17/2017 11:46 AM

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Stacking specks
Had the chance to get out in the kayak Friday night and had some luck with a yellow/gold seashad swimbait from saltwater assassin, as well as live finger mullet on a bottom rig. Always fun to show the kiddos. We filleted them that night and made memories to last. Early fall in the lower Cape fear is a blast.
fishing report photo of Trout, Speckled Sea photo taken on 9/16/2017 4:54:00 PM contributed by Algernon

Catch Date: 09/16/2017 16:54 PM

Moon Tides...Never Miss A Moon Tide
When you're trying to eel for bass but the blues are in thick...long night. We definitely worked hard for them on this night. Capt.Tom put us over some slobs, and we caught our limit...Screaming Drag!
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Shaka Antoine
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Small Pole Benders
Over cast day with rain in the distance didn't stop these Spots from hitting like crazy and bending my rod.They were hitting 2 at a time. I had a blast and got some for the freezer.
fishing report photo of Spot photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Kim
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Filling the cooler
Biting real good on the outgoing tide on Fishbites bloodworms and clam strips 10 sandworms now until October be careful enjoy fishing and like always keep all lines tight tight lines Guide Service
fishing report photo of Spot photo taken on 9/16/2017 7:28:00 AM contributed by Rong

Catch Date: 09/16/2017 7:28 AM

Tips/Techniques:Check your local Tides catch the high tide falling out current is very strong to stay on the bottom you might need a 3 Oz weight at times best of use a bottom rig with three weights get you some Fishbites bloodworms sandworms are clam strips if you're not getting any bites check your weight make sure you're on bottom if you're not on bottom you're not going any bites like I always keep all lines tight thanks for looking tight line Guide Service

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Stackfish full
This was a post from yesterday's outing. These fish can run or swim which ever is your preference but they can't hide it took me a while to locate the skool and when I did they were hungry and I had just what they wanted to eat and for desert a nice #6 hook. I'm sure my senior neighbors are sitting there porch waiting on me and my catch.
fishing report photo of Spot photo taken on 9/16/2017 12:53:00 PM contributed by william

Catch Date: 09/16/2017 12:53 PM

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BryanI went to bogue inlet pier on Friday night from 1am to 5am. I was fish with shrimp and sand fleas just behind where the waves were crashing but no luck. There were schools of fish all around because when you casted into the waterm they would scatter like shad in the lake. I thought I was about to wear them out but all I could get were tiny little mullet. I heard other people talking about how many spots they had caught at Virginia Beach. They have not come as far as Emerald Isle just yet it seems.
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williamThe spot migration hasn't got that far yet brother Keep an eye out there coming.
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BryanShooting from the hip, how long typically would it take for them to be down this way? I wanna get prepared
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An Example of Stackfish
When some one asks you for and example of Stackfish here you go.
Live well Stack fish full of Spots.
fishing report photo of Spot photo taken on 9/16/2017 12:22:00 PM contributed by william

Catch Date: 09/16/2017 12:22 PM

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Getting her done
Catching the drop of the high tide bites clam strips blood worms and sand worms
fishing report photo of Spot photo taken on 9/16/2017 7:28:00 AM contributed by Rong

Catch Date: 09/16/2017 7:28 AM

Tips/Techniques:Lightly jig with a 2 oz weight while the high tide is dropping out bottom rig for number for stainless hood and your bites bloodworm sandworms or clam strips they've been biting good all day

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Getting her done
Catching the out of the high tide heated 326 nice spots today not a bad day for one man keep them tight
fishing report photo of Spot photo taken on 9/16/2017 7:28:00 AM contributed by Rong

Catch Date: 09/16/2017 7:28 AM

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JimmyWelcome to Stackfish!
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RongThanks nice fish you got in your hand keep them lines tight
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I learned a new technique
This fish taught me a new way to fish the magic swimmer. Previously I would only cast and retrieve this plug slow. Cast after cast when the mackerel were not around I could see five stripers following the plug, and turn away when I pull it out the water. So what I did different was give it a pause...when you do that with this plug the head turns around like it's look back at what's chasing it. Once the plug turned around I cranked fast, and that is when this 15lbs fish hit it hard! He was upset when he realized he had been fooled...Screaming Drag!
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Shaka Antoine
So much for big bait big fish
These are the smallest fish I've caught with the magic swimmer. At 13lbs they were still fun in the current.
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 9/14/2017 5:13:00 AM contributed by Shaka Antoine

Catch Date: 09/14/2017 5:13 AM

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Getting Good at It
This is a past post from a prior trip.Some how I can't get to my old page so I had to get a new one. This was a good day out on the Chesapeake Bay. The mullet were bitting and I was catching.
fishing report photo of Mullet photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Kim
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Kim A.KA. The Captains Wife
Preping the boat getting ready to go out and do some fishing. I'M new at Stackfish so bear with me and my posts.
fishing report photo of Other Species photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Kim
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JimmyNice ride!
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AlgernonGet after it!
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A small move was all it took.
This fish was a reward for a small move...nice to keep the action going. Troy, V, and I had just finished a epic moring of catching. V had to leave, and Troy and I hopped on our boats in search of some more action. We came upon a few guys catching, and fish blowing up on their plugs. Troy needed to hit the tackle shop so we took note of that location, made the run to the shop, checked another spot first, and back where we saw some action earlier...the guys were gone so we began casting, and had fish in the 20lbs class emidiatly. A perfect case of a small move equals a Screaming Drag!
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Shaka Antoine
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Night time VS Day time fishing for Striped Bass
Some say night time is the right time, and others say day time is best. I say it don't matter...having the right plug, and presenting it correctly matters more. Where you fish, what plugs you use, and how you present them is more important. I don't use the same plugs everywhere...its impossible!
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Shaka Antoine
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Canal fish are spoiling me
the fish in the canal are definitely sizable...I hope I'm not getting spoiled.
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 9/9/2017 7:52:00 AM contributed by Shaka Antoine

Catch Date: 09/09/2017 7:52 AM

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Excellent water clarity
The Canal has some of the clearest water I've seen, and yet large fish are constantly fooled by the magic swimmer...soon to be band from use
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 9/9/2017 7:18:00 AM contributed by Shaka Antoine

Catch Date: 09/09/2017 7:18 AM

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Sir Albert
One of two false albacore (Little Tunny) from yesterdays trip. Also had 3 bonitos to go along with them. Just a side note, false albacore are not in the tuna family but in the mackerel family.
fishing report photo of Tuna, False Albacore photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
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The Big ones are In
Working on catching some spots on the pier. They are getting bigger and I am catching.
fishing report photo of Spot photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Kim
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Bonito Bonanza
Great light action tackle today. Caught these 3 bonito (missed at least another 6 bites). Also caught 2 false albacore and a bunch of chub mackerel. Most were caught on a 4" pink Tsunami split tail soft plastic bai
fishing report photo of Bonito photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
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