Ladies of the Evening

Even with the bright illumination of a nearly full moon, Capt. Noah Lynk had to rely upon sound to direct his sons, Tanner and Ethan, and their friend, Cameron Cottle, where to cast their shrimp. […]


Wrecked on Flounder

Like hard-core party-goers who make a night of it by jumping from bar to bar, North Carolina saltwater anglers have options when it comes to getting their fill of big flounders each summer. […]



Good and bad news exists for speckled trout — and anglers — in the creeks near Oriental and perhaps at other tributaries of the lower Neuse River. […]


DMF’s Red Drum Committee Meets May 8 at Washington

For anglers and guides who want the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries to amend the placing of 2 ½-inch mesh gill nets in coastal creeks that also are nursery areas for sportfishes such as red drum, speckled trout, flounder and other species, they have a chance to voice their concerns May 8 at the DMF’s regional office in Washington, N.C.