Cape Fear Guide Red Drum
<p>On 06/25/2009 I was fishing a small creek close to Bald Head Island,using light spinning tackle,with live menhaden on carolina rigs for bait.
Just before the tide was high the bite started,with a slot size red drum striking the bait hard,nearly stripping the spheros spinning reel before the red fish was turned,landed the red drum,and moved further down the bank.
As soon as the boat,tightened up on anchor,I casted the bait out for one of the anglers,it had just settled down in the water when another hungry red drum hit,this was turned out to be a great afternoon of red fishing on the Cape Fear.
About The Author: Captain Michael Dennis
Company: Cape Fear Guide
Area Reporting: Cape Fear Coastal Regions
Bio: Capt. Mike Dennis was an employee of the E.I. Dupont Company from 1974 to 2001.His love for fishing was started by his father Bobby Dennis who took him fishing countless times as a young boy. Capt. Mike has fished off the Carolina Coast since 1974 he has owned and operated boats all of his life and has a great respect for the Atlantic Ocean Capt Mike is a resident of Carolina Beach his only job is fishing.Capt.Mike offers inshore live bait charters for red drum,speckle trout,flounder & nearshore species such as spanish mackeral.