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26-May-2018 10:13

Since then, I've fished under the bridge with live shrimp, but I have not had any sucess.Tide wise, when would be the best time to go if i'm looking for black drim?As far as the OIB bridge goes, the black drum bite has been hit or miss there lately.It was off the chain in June, but has pretty much disappeared altogether since July. Shallotte Inlet around the docks and sea wall at Inlet View bar and grill has been producing as of late.I remember that Captin Jacob scheduled our charter for a specifc time because of the action of the tide.Thanks Stephen, Last there hours of falling tide and first three hours of rising tide has always been the best tide to target most all species.

Once water gets higher into the grass, bait and fish start to spread out. The inshore captains have been in and out of town chasing other critters. Live shrimp floated under a cork will find the bite and soft plastics in white or chartreuse color patterns will work trolled slowly or jigged near any structure like creek mouths, end of docks, and along scattered oyster bottoms.Hot spots of late have been of course little river jetties, calabash crossroad area, Shallotte river and Lockwood river have all produced trout. New to fishing in the winter months for kings when we can't find pogies easily. Where around the tower should I look for cigar minnows on the bottom to jig sabiki rigs for them? They should continue this weekend as nothing dramatic with weather this week and it is settling from cold front on Monday Pogies are up and down the beach, usually better off Long Beach.You can also find them in deeper holes in the creeks or along intercostal as water leaves the grass.

A couple of years ago I went on a charter with Captin Jacob and caught plenty of black drum off of live shrimp under the Ocean Isle bridge.Bottom fishing in the deeper water is usually productive also for grouper, amberjack/ect..