Hook, Line and Sinker: Local Fishing Report and Photos for Feb. 4th, 2015

By / Fishing / Wednesday, 04 February 2015 05:00

Capt John Theodorakis
Theofficial Fishing Charters

The time has come again! The time of year when I know that my days are numbered before the fishing action really begins to pick up. I’m sure the rest of you are feeling it as well. I went ahead and sent the boat off to be detailed so that I can start the season off looking good. I had a chance to spend some time in Island Tackle and Hardware this week. Browsing new tackle and gear while getting to talk fishing; what’s better than that? Island tackle has pretty much anything an angler may need and if they don’t, all you have to do is talk to Wes Barbour and most of the time he will find it for you. The fishing reports this week have remained nearly the same. Some redfish are still being caught in the creeks using a slower approach. You may find a few of them warming up in the shallows on sunnier days. I had a few buddies report that the stripers were still cooperating this week with what seemed like a larger class of fish. I wasn’t able to produce photo evidence but did hear through the grapevine that there was some speckled trout put on the deck this week. From here on out we should start to see the water temperature rise and with that we can expect more trout stories to rise to the surface. I would again suggest to finish up those late winter chores and prepare yourself for tight lines in the near future. As I always say, get out there and catch some fish. Most importantly, be safe!

Captain John Theodorakis
Theofficial Fishing Charters

"Carolina Beach native, Brent Gainey with some excellent stripers."

"Ready to see these warmer days again. Spring trout fishing at its best."


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