Dr. Bogus’ “Discouraging!” Fishing Report for 9/14/13. Surf 82°, sound 83°.
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“If you build it they will come,” a memorable line from the movie, Field of dreams. “If the bait comes the fish will follow,” is the typical cry concerning fishing and bait, but not always. This weekend, on the tails of a northeast wind we had, by my count mullet blow No. 2. Mullet came out into the surf again in great numbers but the response of the predatory fish has been a bit strange. By most reports, the surf action out of Beaufort Inlet from Ft. Macon to Oceanana Pier was excellent, blues, pups, flounder and Spanish responding the way they should…they came. On the Emerald Isle side of Bogue Banks, the response was at best muted, at worst nonexistent. We have seen a some blues and a ladyfish or two and still a few short flounder and very rarely a redfish, so the abundance of unmolested bait is somewhere between astonishing and annoying.
What did I say to the shark that ate my Kastmaster? Any spots yet? What about Old Drum fishing in the Neuse, what artificials work? Flies? There has been a good summer speck bite, but where are they? Wahoo are still hot, but what’s the key water temp and where are they? Need an update on Bogue Banks or Topsail piers? I got it! How about a surf fishing update? The ony kings are where? Where did that 23-pound permit come from? Any kings on Bogue Banks or Topsail piers this week? For this and much more, you can subscribe to the full “Totally Bogus Fishing Report” for less than 7-cents/day, still only $25/year. It’s getting close to summer fishing season, so there’s no reason for YOU to miss out! Just send a check for $25 and your e-mail address to:
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