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  • NORTH CAROLINA FISHING REPORTS: North Carolina Offshore and Inshore Fishing - Updated February March 13, 2013

    A few blackfin and bluefin tuna were boated early last week, before the wind and weather took a turn for the worst. I heard sections of Route 12 were closed as high winds created huge swells and submerged Route 12 in some areas. At Atlantic Beach, there have been reports of action with red drum and black drum inshore, and wahoo and cobia offshore. If we can get a stretch of decent days, anglers will be out in search of speckled trout. (photo credit TW's Bait & Tackle)
    TW's Bait & Tackle
    http://www.twstackle.com/report.php
    TW's reported that Monday was sunny and calm, and while fishing news was still scarce, TW's said a few boats ventured out from Hatteras and caught some tuna. By Tuesday it was raining hard and the water temperature was reported at 41 degrees.

    Chasin' Tails in Atlantic Beach
    http://chasintailsoutdoors.com/fishing-reports.php
    Black and red drum have been on the prowl in deeper water in the Core Creek area, and at Cape Lookout Rock jetty, where they've been taken on bait shrimp and live mud minnows soaked on the bottom, according to Chasin' Tails. There have also been reports of a few speckled trout caught in the South River, primarily on Mirr-O-Lures and artificial shrimp worked very slowly. It remains very quiet on the surf scene, "but you can go to Fort Macon Park and have a shot at catching a red drum, black drum and perhaps a shark. Offshore fishing has been slow with a few wahoo reported. There have been reports of amberjack on the offshore wrecks and cobia cruising the blue water.

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