Gary Dubiel

Our spring fishing has started up early and I am now catching specks and reds in our creeks and the Neuse River. Wind is a limited problem here with out tree lined shores so light tackle and fly rod entusiest come join me.

The fishing will get better into late March and April and I have a few openings.

We also have hickory shad, stripers and catfish near New Bern. This is a really cool early spring fishery. Fishing in the cypress trees, the area is beautiful and the fishing fun.

Spec Fever Guide Service has recently received a couple of Kudos and me and my redfishing have been featured as top destinations in "Redfish on the Fly" by Capt. John Kumiski...just released! And the latest issue of Fly Fish America magazine in its article "66 Hot Fishing Destinations" by Beau Beasley.

I am starting to catch reds now and it will only get better and stay excellent all summer and into the fall....Join me!

Capt. Gary

Fish Species: seatrout, redfish, shad, stripers
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Tackle Used: fly and light tackle
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Water Temperature: 57
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spring speck
spring speck

spring redfish
spring redfish

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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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