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Cobia Season Closed in Federal Waters

Cobia Season Closed in Federal Waters By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver                   On January 24, the 2017 recreational fishing cobia season closed in federal waters from the Florida/Georgia state line northwards.  The season is not scheduled to reopen in 2017.  The 2018 Cobia season will open on January 1, 2018. This closure is for federal waters, which begin 3 miles offshore ... Read More »

Winter Boat Shows – Fishing Schools

The Wonderful Winter World of Boat and Fishing Shows By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver             Don’t let the winter weather get you down.  It may be too cold, wet, windy or something else to be on the water fishing, but there are a surprising number of events across the Carolinas that are fun, and offer opportunities to check out shiny new ... Read More »

Big Rock East Best in Show Awards

Big Rock East Best in Show Awards By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver The Penn Slammer III Spinning Reel Series racked up another Best in Show Award in early January at the Big Rock Sports East Show held at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, N.C., January 6-8. The Slammer III Series, which is a reintroduction of a popular reel that had been ... Read More »

Ditch Digger Wins 2017 Gold Cup Tournament

Ditch Digger Wins 2017 Gold Cup Tournament - Leonard Bryant Photography

Ditch Digger Wins 2017 Gold Cup Tournament January 8 – 12, 2017 It’s a wrap for the 2017 Gold Cup Sailfish Tournament hosted by the Sailfish Club of Palm Beach, Florida. Ditch Digger (72ft Viking), won the event with 38 sailfish releases in three days of fishing.  Showtime!  took second with 32 sailfish releases and , Hit ‘n Run, (68ft F&S) came in third with 31 ... Read More »

BigWater Adventures TV Show Neuse River Trophy Red Drum Episode

Mark Davis - Captain Mitchell Blake and Jay Feimster - PointClickFish

BigWater Adventures TV Show Neuse River Trophy Red Drum Episode It’s almost time for the Trophy Red Drum show with Mark Davis BigWater Adventures and FishIBX Captain Mitchell Blake on the Neuse River of North Carolina. Tune in this week to the Outdoor Channel as show host Mark Davis, Captain Mitchell Blake and Jay showcase the amazing red drum fishery out of Oriental, ... Read More »

Winter Reds – Captain Mark Henderson Liquid Fire Fishing Team

Catching Winter Redfish Captain Mark Henderson – Liquid Fire Fishing Team Redfish galore!! This is a great time of year on the coast of North Carolina. As the pelagic species push further offshore or migrate south, this staple in our fishery stays near our beaches so near-shore fishermen are able to feed their appetite during the winter months. Large schools ... Read More »

FISHING PODCAST – NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp Talks Fishing

Warren Sapp Talks Fishing With PointClickFish

NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp Talks Fishing Celebrities Who Fish Podcast Series NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp talks fishing with Jay and Price from PointClickFish. He’s a 12-year NFL veteran, 7 time Pro Bowler, and winner of Super Bowl XXXVII with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Everyone is familiar with his very successful college and NFL football career, but did you know Warren Sapp loves ... Read More »

Bluefin Tuna Sells for $632,000 in Japan

Photo: Toshifumi Kitamura, AFP/Getty Images)

January 2017 – Check out this 466-pound Bluefin Tuna, Kiyomura Corp. owner, Kiyoshi Kimura paid 74.2 million yen for the at the annual New Year auction at the Tsukiji market, AP reported. That is a cool $632,000 for the fish but Kimura is a sushi chain owner, who often wins the auction.In fact he outbid his rivals for the sixth year in a row. ... Read More »

Tips for Catching Cold Water Specks and Reds

Tips for Catching Chilly Specks and Reds By Capt. Jerry Dilsaver When it comes to winter weather, fish and fishermen have some similarities.  The most important is that both would rather be warm and the cold dulls their enthusiasm and slows their drive.  In most cases, they’ll do what they have to for surviving, but it’s not going to be ... Read More »

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