Cape Fear Guide Fishing Report

Post Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy stayed off the Cape Regions Fear Regions coast winds were no greater 45 miles per hour,but were blowing steady at 20 to 30 miles per hour for about three days,I expect winds to continue to be around 20 mph for a couple of more days as the storm pulls further to the north.Fishing prior to the arrival of Sandy,seemed to be improving with the arrival of the speckle trout at Carolina Beach Inlet,lot’s of small red drum in the back bays with an occasional slot size red drum being landed,along with a few flounders.

Its Monday October 29 with winds still blowing around 20 mph,along with temperatures dipping down to 43 degrees with a high today of 61 degrees,I expect the trout bite to pick up just as soon as the water has time to clear up.Red drum bite should improve also with the falling water temperatures.I am supposed to fish Tuesday if the wind will lay down enough to make a run up to Bald Head Island.

California Angler - Seamus Steele


Lady Angler

Fall is a great time to fish here in the Cape Fear Region of North Carolina,just watch the daily forecast and dress accordingly.

Capt.Mike Dennis – Cape Fear Guide – 910-619-0928


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