Carolina Beach fishing with Capt. Mike Dennis usually begins catching live bait with a cast net, either finger mullet or menhaden, most children really get a thrill out of watching the bait being caught.
Rods and Reels
Rod My Choice sold by “The Reel Outdoors” out of Emerald Isle 7′ TYRO817S0 8 -17 lb. test Line HG19
Reel Penn Fierce 3000 Has a stainless steel main shaft,4 stainless ball bearings, anodized aluminum handle soft grip. This reel can easily be broken down cleaned and greased.
Eagle Claw Lazer Sharp Kahle all-purpose live bait hook and chunk bait L142f-1/0 This hook works well with Ande 15 l.b.test line, matching hook size and strength to the line and rod is key to rod and reel performance in fighting a fish.
Light spinning rods and reels rigged with circle hooks allow even the novice angler to be successful hooking fish. You want your child to enjoy the fishing experience, booking with Capt. Mike Dennis will ensure your Carolina beach charter will be successful. The current redfish bite for the week of July 14, 2008, has been exciting, catching Redfish every charter, along with speckled trout and flounder. These inshore-guided charters are great for parents that want to introduce their sons or daughters to inshore fishing. If you love to fish but are having trouble locating or catching these fish, book a charter, with the Cape Fear Guide and you will have an enjoyable experience.
Carolina Beach fishing is just a way of life for a few of the local Captains that actually live here on the island, it is hard work, it allows us the opportunity to witness a lot of nature’s natural beauty and the changes that blend one season into the next.
Capt.Mike Dennis – Cape Fear Guide – 910-619-0928
210 Peninsula Drive
Carolina Beach, North Carolina