Sunday , 4 December 2016

Two NC State Record Catches – Cubera Snapper – Rainbow Runner

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Two NC State Record Catches Approved During November By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver             The North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries recently announced that a pair of fish caught during September had been approved as N.C. state records.  One of these catches, a 23.5 pound rainbow runner, is the first state record for the species, while the other, a 58 pound ... Read More »

Is it TRUE? – A 100% Waterproof Drone Made For Fishermen – The AguaDrone

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Have you been looking for a drone that is 100% waterproof and doesn’t quit working when it accidentally lands in water? Well, look no further. The father-son team at AquaDrone has been hard at work with their team to build the ultimate fishing drone. The AguaDrone is equipped with a sonar fish finder, bait drop, line casting pod, camera pod, and more! It was designed ... Read More »

Optimal Use Of Polarized Sunglasses While Sight Casting For Schools of Redfish – Learn From The Pro’s

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Lee Padrick and I prefer to sight fish for redfish on the flats and along the marshes of North Carolina. This style of fishing makes it imperative that we use quality polarized sunglasses to cut the sun’s glare off the water’s surface. By reducing the glare, the probability of finding schools of redfish increases exponentially.  Furthermore, our sunglasses must be ... Read More »

November NC Tournaments Feature Inshore – Surf Tournaments and Kingfish Championships

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November NC Tournaments Feature Inshore, Surf Tournaments and Kingfish Championships By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver             North Carolina saltwater fishermen have enjoyed a productive year, even with Hurricane Matthew sweeping up the coast and dumping a deluge of rain on inland, N.C.  The damage from the storm was bad enough along the coast, but was devastating  to the inland areas along ... Read More »

Tips for the SKA Championship in Fort Pierce – Tips from the Pros

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Tips for the SKA Championship in Fort Pierce By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver             There have been several articles and videos of successful fishermen offering tips for catching big fish during the SKA Championship in Fort Pierce, Florida on November 11 and 12.  All offer good advice and fishermen heading to this area for the first time should consider anything that ... Read More »

Smoking Carolina Fall Kings – Liquid Fire Fishing Team

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Smoking Carolina Fall Kings By Jerry Dilsaver             Fall is here and many fishermen have turned their focus to the big kings that roam the Carolina Coast each fall.  Suddenly those 30 pounders that were exceptional fish during the summer are just other fish in your catch and the interest begins with 40 pounders.  Still, everyone knows there are some ... Read More »

Bull Reds by Kayak

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Bull Reds by Kayak By Jerry Dilsaver             The nearshore ocean run of bull red drum has been improving for several years off Oak Island and it has reached the point where it’s really good and still getting better.  Oak Island is in Brunswick County at the far southern end of North Carolina.  It is the first island west of ... Read More »

October Tournament Preview – PointClickFish.com

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October Tar Heel Tournaments Feature Kingfish, Redfish, and More By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver                   While fishermen in the old North State have brought some impressive catches to the scales at a variety of tournaments already during 2016, most tournament anglers are expecting the bar to be raised during October – in spite of a disruption caused by Hurricane Matthew.  The ... Read More »

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