• Inshore Fishing

    A good topwater bite

    June 15 at 7:00am

    Yakima Handroll Kayak Rack

    June 15 at 7:00am
    Z-man Pop ShadZ

    Z-man Pop ShadZ

    June 15 at 7:00am
    The areas around the mouths of the Pamlico, Bay and Neuse rivers fill up with redfish in June.

    Trap some Inner Banks reds

    June 15 at 7:00am
    Stephen Fields likes to fish a lipless crankbait on the high end of the tide for redfish.

    Rattle up Lowcountry reds

    June 15 at 7:00am
    June can be a great month for kayak-bound anglers of the saltwater or freshwater nature.

    Opportunity knocks once June arrives

    With school out, vacations offer anglers special chances
    June 14 at 9:00am
    North Carolina speckled trout season closed during the winter, and is reopening this Friday, June 15.

    N.C. spotted trout season reopens June 15, 2018

    Trout harvest has been closed since Jan. 5
    June 11 at 5:32pm
    Catching nice flounder while on vacation doesn't have to be an all-day affair, and you can often do it within sight of your vacation rental.

    Tips for trolling for flounder without a boat

    It's great for fishing on limited time during family vacations
    June 06 at 5:00pm
    Lee Padrick and Dwayne Smith of Team Hook & Bones/The Redfish Guys won $15,000 for their first place finish in Morehead City's Star Rods Caroilna Redfish Elite Tournament on June 2 and 3, 2018.

    Team Hook and Bones/Redfish Guys win $15,000 at Star Rods Carolina Redfish Elite Tournament

    Leaving a group of fish alone on day 1 paid off on day 2
    June 05 at 1:38pm
    Lipless crankbaits are good for bringing in saltwater predators like redfish.

    Time to trap a redfish

    Lipless crankbaits aren’t just bass baits; they’ll foll plenty of redfish in the Carolinas.
    June 01 at 7:00am
    New River anglers are ready for North Carolina’s speckled trout season to re-open June 15.

    Gator getting’ time

    The re-opening of the season for spotted seatrout this month means New River anglers are ready to show that their waters are North Carolina’s best for huge specks.
    June 01 at 7:00am