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From the Point we’re still hearing about Spanish Mackerel and Puppy Drum. One gentleman came in saying he was catching Flounder at Ramp 55. Sea Mullet at Ramp 43.
Today here in BUXTON NC we had a fantastic day! The Spanish macks hit hard this morning and afternoon at the point. Weighed some nice two pound plus fish. Some blues at the point also today. Had reports this evening of slot and yearling drum at the point as well. Hope everyone has a great…
It was another shark fest at the Point today. Lots of sharks caught along with some blue fish and Spanish mackerel. An angler weighed in a 5 pounds, 7 ounces Spanish in the shop. Who do fish pray to? COD almighty, of course. Denise
Quite a good day at the Point: lots of sharks, puppy drum and some Spanish mackerel caught. Pompano were caught off Ramp 49. Blue fish and flounder caught off Ramp 55. Why was the whale so sad? Because she was a Blue whale. Denise
ALL the Bluefish you could want at the Point and Ramp 45 today. Also, Puppy Drum and Spanish Mackerel. We saw a few nice Blues in the shop today.
Sharks, drum, and sea mullet today at ramp 44 . Speckled trout and flounder at ramp 60 with pompano behind the motels. Not a bad day.
False Albacore, Spanish, Blues all reported in from the Point. Puppy Drum at Ramp 43.
Spanish mackerel caught off Ramp 44. Also, a citation size pompano was caught off Ramp 48. Speckled trout and puppy caught in the Sound. What do you get when four men go fishing and one comes back not catching anything? Three men and a baby. Denise
Lots of nice size blue fish caught from Ramp 43 to Ramp 55. Also, slot size red drum caught this morning off Ramps 44 and 48. A few flounder were caught off Ramp 55. Puppy drum and speckled trout are still being caught in the Sound. Why don’t oysters like to share their pearls? Because…
Reported from the Point: Blues and Spanish Mackerel.