Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charter crew… Jeff, Amy, and Christian Wolfe. Quick Holiday Fishing Report and some photos from the past few weeks.

December 24th, 2013 Posted in Fishing Reports | Comments Off

Wishing all of my friends/customers a blessed and safe Holiday Season. Thank you so much for your business and it has been great getting to know all of you. I say it all of the time what makes this job so great is getting to meet and know so many different people and not have to travel. It is a blast to watch you guys catch fish and I am looking forward to seeing ya’ll in 2014.

The fishing has been good here in the Cape Fear area. The weather has been up and down, 70’s one day and 40’s the next. So I think the fish have not got into their normal winter pattern. The redfish bite has been solid and should be getting better. We are still catching some black drum and the speckled trout bite has been good on a few days lately. We are also still picking up a flounder or two.

Thanks for reading the report and again have a safe and blessed Holiday Season. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Thanks,
Jeff Wolfe
Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters

North Carolina Inshore Fishing Blog

910-619-9580

Seahawk Inshore Fishing Report 11/27/13

November 27th, 2013 Posted in Fishing Reports | Comments Off
Happy Thanksgiving and we have some good fishing to be thankful for on the inshore and backwaters of the lower Cape Fear.  Redfish, Black Drum, Speckled Trout, Whiting and a Flounder or two.  Pretty much the same report as last, but with some updated photos.

The inshore and backwater fishing has been good here in Southeastern NC and should continue throughout the winter months.

The redfish are schooled up on the flats and in the creeks. Live minnows, shrimp, and Gulp baits have all been very effective. The shallowwater sightfishing for redfish has also been good when conditions are right. The reds will be here all winter long and school up better as the water cools.

The speckled trout are here and hitting soft plastics, Gulp baits, mirrolures, live shrimp and mullet minnows. The specs will be here through December and a few will hangout through the winter months.

We are catching some nice black drum on shrimp. We had a good winter on black drum last year and it is looking like we’ll have a good winter on them this year.

We are picking up a few flounder on Gulp baits and live minnows. We should have a some flounder through November and we still pick up a few through the milder winters.

The whiting are starting to show up on the lower part of the Cape Fear River. Catching good numbers of these tasty fish is always a possibility in November and part of December.

Thanks for reading the report and check out the photos from the past few weeks.