Gary Dubiel

Fishing in the Neuse River tributaries has been excellent over the las several weeks and showing no signs of slowing down. We are finding plenty of specks in all sizes with some mighty big ones out there. Redfish are still biting and flounder as well. The river striper fishing has also picked up. This late season fishing can be some of the best of the year and the protected areas off the Neuse offer a great way to beat the weather. All the fish are coming off of artificals and fly. Stop by the site for updated reports and openings.

Capt. Gary

Fish Species: seatrout, redfish, stripers, flouder
Bait Used: DOA Cal soft plastics, Gulp baits, flies
Tackle Used: fly and light tackle
Method Used: jigging, casting
Water Depth: less than 4 ft
Water Temperature: 57
Wind Direction: NE
Wind Speed: 10-15
creek  redfish
creek redfish

nice speck
nice speck

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Gary Dubiel

About The Author: Captain Gary Dubiel

Company: Spec Fever Guide Service

Area Reporting: Neuse River, Pamlico Sound

Bio: Captain Gary Dubiel is an USCG license and IGFA certified captain. He is currently the South Atlantic Regional editor for Shallow Water Anlger magazine and is an IGFA fly rod world record holder. He operates a flats boat and a 23 ft center console and fishes the Lower Neuse River, Pamlico Sound, Cape Lookout, the Roanoke River, and the Outer Banks for a wide variety of saltwater game fish including redfish, seatrout, striped bass, tarpon, false albacore and flounder.

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