Hook, Line and Sinker: Local Fishing Report and Photos for July 29th, 2015

By / Fishing / Wednesday, 29 July 2015 04:00

Capt John Theodorakis
Theofficial Fishing Charters

Another great week on the water. The weather was beautiful and the fish were hungry, what more can a local fisherman ask for? I spoke with many different people that made if the water over the past week and the story seemed the same across the board. 
Not the best fishing we have ever seen, but good enough to keep everyone motivated and while putting some meat on the table at the same time. There are still fish to be caught from the beach to well offshore. The majority of the action however is coming anywhere from 60-75 feet of water.
The inshore fishing, which seemed to be more popular this week, is right on with it’s usual pattern. The mullet minnows which have been here for weeks now are doing nothing but getting bigger as well as more plentiful. With all the bait running around the fish can be lurking nearly everywhere that gives them an opportunity to to ambush these baits.
 One thing I noticed while fishing with my charters this week was that when you did get a bite the fish would hammer it. This meaning that there was no playing around with the bait. I suggest that you get out there and wet a line. Remember to be have fun and most of all...be Safe!!
Captain John Theodorakis
Theofficial Fishing Charters

A great surprise on the water when Shawn Winters caught this Tripletail out of the Cape Fear River.

Shawn Winters with a 4lb. Flounder caught in the River fishing with Captain John Theodorakis of Theofficial Fishing Charters.


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