Captain Mike

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About Captain Mike

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  1. Red drum fishing in the Cape Fear River,has been good so far this season with the bite being slowed ownly by a couple of low pressure systems that seemed to have stalled over the coast. The fall fishing season is soon to be upon us,I expect the fishing is really going to be good for the Cape Fear Guide. I took Billy Neely of Carolina Beach,<ACRONYM title="North Carolina"><ACRONYM title="North Carolina">NC</ACRONYM></ACRONYM> yesterday afternoon,for some late afternoon red drum fishing.This red drum bent the rod making a 100' run down the bank before,it came to the surface,then the fish went to the bank trying to get up into the grass, really a hard fighting fish. Thats's why I am hooked on Red Drum fishing !
  2. The Cape Fear River is producing some hard fighting slot size red drum,the Cape Fear Guide has dialed in on the reds,using live bait on Carolina rigs and fishing the tides!
  3. I fished Carolina Beach Inlet again on April 15,2009,found the red drum to be biting along with the first arrival of flounder at the inlet.Black drum and blue fish are still biting well.
  4. I fished Carolina Beach Inlet on April 8,2009 on my first charter,found the black drum biting steady for about one hour on the fallling tide.I had three young anglers from Virginia,on their first ever fishing trip.Action was great with several double hook ups,Mike,Blaine,Evan Wasson were catching black drum,its great to see young anglers having fun on the water. Capt.Mike Dennis Cape Fear Guide 910-619-0928
  5. Carolina Beach Inlet is the place to go for some winter time light tackle action,red drum are biting best on the falling tide on carolina rigs.Most of the fish are 16" to 17",fish with some larger 20" reds mixed in. Best bait fresh shrimp and cut bait,will produce some black drum strikes.