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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 »

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 »

Pelagic Sportfishing – Best of Both Worlds – Atlantic Beach NC – Puerto Quetzal Guatemala

Pelagic Sportfishing: The Best of Both Worlds   Atlantic Beach N.C. and Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala By Jerry Dilsaver             Capt. Mike Webb has it made.  He is the owner-operator of Pelagic Sportfishing (www.pelagicsportfishing.com) and does what he loves every day.  He spends spring through fall in Atlantic Beach, N.C. running the Pelagic (61′ Guthrie) and Pelagic Too (31′ Contender) and escapes ... Read More »

Two NC State Record Catches – Cubera Snapper – Rainbow Runner

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 »

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

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 »

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

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 »

VIDEO: ICAST 2015 – New Product Highlight Elite 28K and Elite 38 – Mustang Survival

Mustang Survival Elite 28K Elite 38

Chris Lane – Bassmaster Elite Pro Fishermen talks about new Mustang products and introduces Ben Duchesney – Kayak Angler Magazine and Jay Feimster – PointClickFish.com as they discuss the new Elite 28K and Elite 38 at ICAST 2015. The Elite 28K was designed with paddling in mind and brings together motion and adaptability with a MOLLE attachment system. The Elite ... Read More »

Pirates Cove Billfish Tournament Kickoff – PHOTO GALLERY

Pirate’s Cove Billfish Tournament is back for its 32nd year and change is in the air! Last night the festivities kicked off with great food, captains meeting and music from country singer Colton James. One of the coolest changes this year is the addition of the AC system in the pavilion which set the stage for tournament participants to mingle ... Read More »

The PCF 2015 Bassmaster Classic Experience

By Captain Jay The Bassmaster Classic Experience What in the world are you saltwater guys doing at the Bassmaster Classic? Well, it all started last summer when we had the opportunity to meet James Hall, the editor of “Bassmaster” magazine. Of course, the meeting involved “fish talk”, but this time it was on our turf …. saltwater. During our conversation, ... Read More »

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