Gary Dubiel

The shallow water redfihs has remained good. Good number and good sized fish are biting a variety of baits and lures. We are finding a few specks and flounder in the mix.

Tarpon have arrived in the Pamlico Sound and are moving toward the Neuse. There is a pile of them and several of them have been caught. I start my tarpon trips this week.

A few giant (40 plus pound) red drum are here as well so get ready for that season....August and Sept to go off soon.

Capt. Gary

Fish Species: rdfish and tarpon...specks too
Bait Used: DOA Cal soft plastics, Gulp baits, cut bait, flies
Tackle Used: spinning and fly
Method Used: jigging, casting, popping corks
Water Depth: 3 to 18 ft
Water Temperature: 82
Wind Direction: SW
Wind Speed: 10-15
first redfish!
first redfish!

nice speck
nice speck

Do you want to leave a comment? Login or register now to leave a comment.

No comments so far

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.

Click Here For Past Fishing Reports by Captain Gary Dubiel