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Tuesday, November 19, 2013 Very large Virginia mullets are being caught on pier and surf. Yesterday's summer like weather is gone today! Bathing suits on the beach were seen Sunday and Monday. Today it seems as if an artic air mass out of the northeast has blown in. Stay warm! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.09 and up!
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 Very "hard-cold" northeast wind blowing. About a half mile offshore, seas are 6 feet. Snow flurries reported 10 miles inland. Stay warm! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.09 and up!
Monday, November 11, 2013 Spots runs continue. Several fishermen are catching keeper sized Red Drum. At night, Flounder fishermen are gigging Flounder south of Fort Fisher. Other are have a good time enjoying the beach! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.09 and up!
Saturday, November 9, 2013 7:00am Happy Birthday to someone special!! Winter clothing is mandatory this morning. Kure Pier has about 30 folks fishing in a cold mild northeast wind. Spots, Red Drum, Virginia Mullets have been biting off and on all week. Last night, fisherman came back to get stronger tackle. "Something big hit the salted mullet and broke our line right above the hook!" They added "Eagle Claw NYLAWIRE" to their tackle supply. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.09 and up!
Thursday, November 7, 2013 Fisherman returns to report the Shrimp he bought from us landed many nice-sized Virginia Mullets. "My friend caught a 22 inch Red Drum off the same shrimp"! Carolina and Kure Beach Fire Departments had a two story house fire next to the NC Wildlife Boat parking lot in Carolina Beach. That's at the east end of Snow's Cut. Local Tides, Gas Price $3.09 and up!
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 According to one fisherman, Spot Runs are happening about every 7 hours or so. Over the weekend, Bloodworms were in short supply everywhere. Winds today are comings out of the Northeast. A very light shower of rain fell about 30 minutes ago. It only lasted about 15 minutes. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.14 and up!
Monday, November 4, 2013 According to fishermen on the beach, winds are coming out of the northeast around 10 knots, seas are rolling, temperature with the wind chill factor is around 40 degrees. "Our" :) Shrimp and Cut Mullet caught several keeper sized Red Drum over the weekend plus one more this morning. Last week's southwest wind and warm weather did not appeal to the local fishermen. Oysters are being gather by many. In the past week, gas prices have dropped about a dime. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.14 and up!
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 Warmer weather returned yesterday. One fisherman was dressed in summer fashion as he caught more 18 inch Virginia Mullets using Shrimp and Sand flees. Yesterday, winds were very calm over a flat sea. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.26 and up!
Sunday, October 27, 2013 Fewer and fewer fishermen yet the fish keep making a splash! Fisherman using Shrimp catch two Red Drum, a 25 inch keeper and releases a 32 inch big one, 14 Flounder, only 6 were keeper, and a couple of 18 inch Virginia Mullets. Winds yesterday blew 5 or more knots switching back and forth Northeast to Southwest. Our commercial fisherman has a load of Mullet coming in today. Sunday church services reported next week's time switches back to standard time next Sunday. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.23 and up!
Friday, October 25, 2013 UPDATE 5:30pm. "We had an experience! Something stripped over 100 yards of 65 lb braided line off my son's reel. Then, the salted mullet you sold us caught a 32 inch Red Drum, then we started catching Trout off the same mullet! Lots of them. After that, a five foot Shark came in very shallow splashing hard. The fin came way out of the water. We were fishing in front of our oceanfront rental, 10 blocks south of the Kure Beach stoplight!" 8:30am A stiff 15 knot wind coming out of the Northeast had one prospector freezing before dawn. "Spots just love this type of weather." This morning a nice load of Shrimp came in. There were no price increases. Winds at 1:45pm are blowing from the Northeast around 12 knots. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.23 and up!
Thursday, October 23, 2013 GOOOOOOOOD COLD MORNING! After sunrise, our thermometer read 43 degrees. At 8:20 am, 5 knots winds gently switching back and forth from the northwest and northeast directions. Weather stations in Wilmington report 45 as the morning's low. The only folks we saw on the surf were sunrise watchers. Kure Pier had about 15 fishermen. Today, Bloodworms are our biggest seller. Wrap up, stay warm and have a good day! OH! Looking up to Carolina Beach, apx 5 miles, we could see two shrimp trawlers about a mile out. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.23 and up!
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Southwest breeze have many fishermen baffled. "Where are the fish?" That seems to be our number one question. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.23 and up!
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Well I am back home. Caught an out-of-town bug. All's well. Over the past weekend, Carolina Beach held a fishing tournament in Carolina Beach. At night, on the shore, both green and red glow sticks are seen on the tips of dozens of fishing rods. Click here to see tournament results. Many of our fishermen were disappointed with the southwest winds blowing all weekend. Today, fisherman reported yesterday's north wind blew in 5 Red Drum at the abandon Dow Nickle Intake Pipe. That's located in the 400 block north of the Kure Beach Stoplight. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.23 and up!
Saturday, October 18, 2013 Locals waiting for cooler weather as surf fishermen line up along the beach. The big annual fishing tournament is underway this weekend. Winds are very slow coming from the southwest. No frost in site! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.16 and up!
Thursday, October 17, 2013 Locals in Kure Village catch one humongous Blowfish, the first Blowfish I heard this season. Bluefish are bigger this week than in the past two weeks. Spots, Croakers, Virginia Mullets and yes, the dag-gone Pinfish are rounding out others catches. Southend fishermen in Fort Fisher are catching Red Drum, 15 to 32 inches in length. Remember the keeper size is limited to 18-27 inches per person per day. Red Drum this size cut in 2x4 inch fillets are delouses fried the Southern Calabash way. Winds blowing steady from the south around 8 knots. Tomatoes are still coming in. No frost in site as folks prepare for a big fishing tournament this weekend. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.20 and up!
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Very special remembrance as we uplift a special fishermen and his family. Skies overcast with winds blowing from the north around 5 knots. Kure Pier has her deck filled with fishermen and Spots. Lunar tides have not started. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.16 and up!
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 One hundred and fifty pound shark released after a 2 hour battle with surf fishermen. Spots runs continue on Kure Pier. Weather has been cloudy and overcast the past two days. Another crop of Cherry Tomatoes awaits us. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.16 and up!
Sunday - Monday, October 13-14, 2013 Wonderful day off yesterday, family reunion!! Today, winds are blowing from the northeast around 10 knots. Kure Pier has about 40 fishermen on her deck. Got Ice? Sport fisherman from Gastonia is catching Bluefish. "Gulp bait with a yellow cork next to the 3/0 Eagle Claw hook is working good"! He is hoping for a Trout. Other fishermen are catching Spots, Pompanos and Virginia Mullets from the surf. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.16 and up!
Friday, October 11, 2013 2 PM Update: Big Spots runs off and on! 9:30am: This fisherman comes in to get his bait this morning. Nothing unusual, Bloodworms, Shrimp, Ice and Squid. I asked, "How's fishing"? He responds with a quick answer, "They are running late!" and out the door he goes! Man what an optimist! Couple comes in to renew ' her ' licenses. Why? "Because ' he ' caught an 18 inch Bluefish in the surf yesterday". Seas and winds are very calm this morning. Two boaters, a half a mile out, are heading south. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.16 and up!
Thursday, October 10, 2013 Spots Runs are back. Many fishermen are enjoying Kure Pier. Winds seem to have slackened today. Spanish Mackerel are being caught but most are too small. Over the past week dozens of larger Spanish, plus 30 pounds, were caught off Kure Pier. No reports from anywhere else. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.16 and up!
Wednesday, October 9, 2013 New fishing supplies came in today. Spanish Mackerel and Spots are being caught on Kure Pier. Live and Artificial Bloodworms are catching the Spots. Some are catching Spots two at a time. More Outer Banks Fishermen arrived today. One fellow was very upset because he had paid his company's third quarter federal and state taxes online without any hitches. Folks, as always, we really need to put our "Federal, State and Local Governments" in our prayers. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.18 and up!.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 Stokes County fisherman reports, "Wave must be eight or more feet high. Number six sinkers are not holding at all. At hi tide, water is splashing over rocks at Fort Fisher's Battle Acre". He too is a fan of the "Daily Fishing Report". Thanks Chief! During the night, temperatures dropped along with heavy rain showers. Many folks have wrapped up in heavy clothing and rain gear. Other are enjoying fresh hot coffee. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.18 and up!
Monday, October 7, 2013. Yesterday I had a very interesting conversation with a fisherman Randolph County. He reported he keeps up with our daily reports. He and I spoke of his favorite fishing products and favorite fishing spots along Kure Beach. The Big Game Fishermen went home. However he only had the two Red Drums he caught on Thursday. Fisherman staying at the Southend of Ocean Dunes did well this morning. 15 Virginia Mullets, 2 Flounder with inches to spare and one 18 and half inch Red Drum. My wife and I dressed over 200 Popeye Mullets this morning. Salted them down and ready to sell. Trout are being caught now and then. Many fishermen that had planed to fish the Outer Banks are down. Today makes one week of the government shut-down. Gas prices continue to drop. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.18 and up!
Saturday, October 5, 2013 Update: To a nice couple from Union County - Thanks for the Roses and Cheerwine! Spots are back in the news. Spanish continue to be caught. Warm weather has many folks coming out of their overalls. Surfboard-Longboard fishermen are have fun fishing offshore. <> Today we opened at 5:30 am. Folks it is very quite in Kure Beach. At 8:30 am very few vehicles have driven by our store. Kure Pier has about 50 people fishing her deck. Winds are dead calm. Sea is flat. I see three boats about a mile out heading toward Hi-Rock. Hi-Rock is about one and half miles out from Fort Fisher's Battle Acre. Got Bait? This morning a gentlemen looking out from his fourth story balcony reports many Spanish or Bonita just past the breakers. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Friday, October 4, 2013 The Big Game Fisherman is back. This morning I introduced him to some more, BGFs from Florida. The new guys Outer Banks fishing hole got closed down due to the latest federal government shut down. These new guys released two five footer sharks last night. Our regular guy caught two keeper Red Drums last night. (18-28 inches). Spanish Mackerel are still being caught in the surf. Spot runs are occurring. Bluefish, Croakers, 20 inch Virginia Mullets and Skates are keeping many fishermen occupied. One fellow needs a little help. He is not at the right place at the right time. UPS just showed up so it is time to re-stock some shelves. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Thursday, October 3, 2013 Fisherman fishing the sandbar out front at low tide is nearing his daily limit of 15 Spanish Mackerel. Silver Diamond Rigs are HOT when it comes to Mackerel. With all today's catch, many fisherman believe the blitz yesterday were these Spanish Mackerel. Weather is very warm! Skies are clear! No frost in site. With this, many locals are still getting tomatoes off their March tomato plants. Us too! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 Well folks they have rolled out the barrels across Snows Cut Bridge. We are back to two lanes in the southbound traffic pattern. In front of the Blue Marlin Apartments, schools of fish were blitzing about 60 yards offshore. Birds too were diving in on the action. Many Spanish Mackerel were haul in on Kure Pier yesterday. This year's favorite tackle for Spanish is the Sea Striker Mackerel Tree Rig. Yes we are out at the moment but express carries are doing their best to get us re-stocked. Warm sunny weather continues. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 Several fishermen came in today saying, "Bluefish keep cutting our line". # 2/0 hooks work the best. Steal-tackle is in demand. We sold out of Bloodworms. Our minnows are getting low. Someone called in today saying the Federal Parks were closed today? Please double check behind me. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Monday, September 30, 2013 Many excited fishermen in our shop today. Folks from the Carolinas, Georgia, Virginia and the many points within. Weather is absolutely fantastic!! Clear skies. Winds blowing from the northeast around 5 knots. Today, we saved a brand new fishing reel. A little bit of beach sand can mess ups ones day. That is why you should spend the extra four to thirty dollars on a sandpike or fishing rod holder of your choice. Never lay a rod and reel on the beach, Never! Its like running a marathon with moist beach sand in your shorts. Ouch-y! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Saturday, September 28, 2013 Salisbury fisherman looking for hooks larger than we normally stock. In the 72-a series, Eagle Claw did not stock # 5/0 or # 4/0 last spring. Kure Pier has around 40 fishermen on her deck. At 8:30am very few fishermen were spotted on the surf. Carolina Beach has an election coming up next month. Locals hoping for a price brake on Freeman Park Passes. Rule uses-to-be save $40 if one purchases a pass before April 1. Current passes slots are from January 1 to December 31 of each year. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Friday, September 27, 2013 Spanish Mackerel and King Mackerel have been caught this week. Spots, Blues, Pompanos and Sea Trout reported by many fishermen fishing the south end. Coats, overalls and sweaters are back in style. News update,Snows Cut Bridge: NC Department of Transportation has October 1, 2013 as the start date of the north bound resurfacing. So folks next week Snows Cut Bridge will only have two lanes open. Last year's project lasted more than 4 months. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 "Wearing them out!", reported one week long fisherman. Spots, Blues, Red Drum, Virginia Mullets and something cut a Pin Fish in half. Overcast skies today, not much wind out of the northeast. Yesterday's Jumbo Mullets are now cut and salted. Gas prices continue to drop. $3.24 spotted at one sited in Wilmington, NC. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.27 and up!
Monday, September 23, 2013 Happy Birthday to someone special. Just north of Kure Pier" an eight pound flounder was haled in off the surf . Pop-eye minnows from the surf were his bait. Another fisherman from the great state of West Virginia had a good day. Small sized, hard hitting Pompanos (10), Sea Trout (2) and Black Drum (4) all made a wonderful catch. Winds were coming from the northeast. Current was running south. Tackle weight was #6 pyramid , # 4 fish hook. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.36 and up!
Sunday, September 22, 2013 Rain showers fell all through the night. For us no fishing reports. The sky was overcast all day long. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.38 and up!
Saturday, September 21, 2013. Bluefish reports have picked up along the surf. Mud Minnows are their favorites. Flounder and Virginia Mullets are here also. Winds this afternoon are coming up from the southwest. Thursday night I notice the end of one of the old jetties sticking up out of the surf at low tide. I have not seen one of these oldies in 15 years or more. I will keep you posted if it fills itself in. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.44 and up!
Thursday, September 19, 2013. Virginia Mullets are coming in good. Shrimp and Sand Flees are there favorite food. Bloodworms are landing a few Spots. Fishermen tell me the Popeye Mullets are running off the Kure Beach Fishing Pier. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.49 and up!
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 Shrimp prices continue to rise. Base price in the spring was $480 per load, today price is $1,025 per load. Its the same shrimp folks! I noticed there's no one selling shrimp along side the roads. Spring and summer rains seem to have wash all the little hatchlings out of the marsh grasses. Word has it that the "Gulf Oil Spill" of 2011 killed off shrimp in the Gulf of Mexico creating a huge loss of hatchlings. After Labor Day, a local restaurant pulled shrimp off its menu. Other restaurants have shrimp.
September 12, 2013 Folks our "website provider" move us around county and then set us up in a different operating Language. I am doing this update by hand. I hope to get back to you soon.
Monday, September 9, 2013 More tech issues with our web server. Last week we started selling our "Salted Popeye Mullets". Over the years it been a very popular bait. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.49 and up!
Friday, August 30, 2013 Very few folks down this week. School has started back! We had a very heavy rain shower yesterday afternoon. Perhaps yesterday's morning heat wave had something to do with the 4 PM downpour. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.43 and up!
Wednesday, August 27, 2013 Happy Birthday to someone very special!! Folks Karen and I broke away from our store this past Monday. Rented a local Kayak and headed off to first bay. That is the first bay one sees at the end of US 421 south. Had a good time!! All kinds of fish jumping in the marsh waters. Birds-Birds and more Birds were nesting. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.48 and up!
Saturday, August 24, 2013 Waters of Kure Beach are looking very nice. Rain showers mixed with sunshine keep the humidity up. Both swimmers, sunbathers and fishermen are enjoying beach. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.38 and up!
Friday, August 23, 2013 "Sir we need two more boxes of Bloodworms" reported one sweet customer with her boy friend. Not too many folks down this week. School has started back. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.38 and up!
Sunday, August 18, 2013 Shrimp prices have risen over the past two months. This morning, one of our favorite restaurants was out. Waitress reports their supplier was having to charge more than the menu price called. We too are in the same boat. Spots, Drum and Flounder reports have continued over the past ten days. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.38 and up!
Thursday, August 8, 2013 Flounders and Spots have made a good showing this past week. However by 10:30am beach is packed with sunbathers! We are caring a new product this year, "Shrimp Fish-bites". Just like its cousin, "Bloodworm Fish-bites", these two products work! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.47 and up!
Tuesday, August 6, 2013 Husband leads wife in catching Flounder. River water remains off shore. Ice Cream box on Kure Pier sees lots of action with its many flavors. 200 calories just for viewing! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.47 and up!
Sunday, August 4, 2013 Spots, Spots and Bigger Spots. The "Big Game Fisherman" came prepared. He caught one of the biggest spots ever seen on Kure Beach. Bloodworms with no consistency in which tide the fish bit the best. In his home town, Pennsylvania steal worker reports scrap steel along with scrap lead has risen in price. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.47 and up!
Saturday, August 3, 2013 Local fisherman reports Fiddler Crab and Sand Flees are catching many Sheep head fish in Snows Cut. Spots, Croakers and Virginia Mullets are reported here ant there. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.47 and up!
Thursday, August 1, 2013 Seasoned "Big Game Fisherman" reports his South Carolina trip made him a legend. If anybody can catch fish, this man can! Locals are fishing nights and in the cool early morning hours. Yesterday we got hit heavy by a major price increase in our fishing sinkers. S.R.P. is now 55 cents per number!! example #4s $2.20 each. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.47 and up!
Tuesday, July 30, 2013 Out-of-Towner catches many, I mean "many", good pan sized Croakers and Bluefish. # 1s and #3s hooks baited with shrimp or squid. Tomatoes are still in full productions! Fresh cooked fish with local corn, squash and cucumbers taste great! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.47 and up!
Wednesday, July 24, 2013 A special day to someone special. Spanish Mackerel and Flounders catches are doing good on Kure Pier. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.58 and up!
Tuesday, July 23, 2013 OUCH!!! Fisherman fined $35 plus $180 court cost for having 7 Flounder. Current limit is 6. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.58 and up!
Sunday, July 21, 2013 Surf reports were bleak this past week. Locals catching Red Drum in second bay. Very few sprinkles of rain fell yesterday. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.49 and up!
Wednesday, July 17, 2013 No alerts reported to us: Extra rain-waters of eastern North Carolina have made their way to the shores of Kure Beach. This is a natural phenomena. That much water has to go somewhere. Spots, Croakers, Virginia Mullets and Flounder catches are reported here and there. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.43 and up!
Sunday, July 14, 2013 Very bright sunshiny day! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.43 and up!
Saturday, July 13, 2013 More rain! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.43 and up!
Friday, July 12, 2013 Small fish catches all week long. Rain showers have returned. We are hoping they will clear out by tomorrow. Gas prices jumped this week. Many places are up a dime. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.43 and up!
Saturday, July 6, 2013 Hot weather followed by heavy rains hit us yesterday. Many on the beach were caught off guard. Across Brunswick and New Hanover Counties, 5 deaths by drowning have occurred over the past week. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Thursday, July 4, 2013 Head boats are doing very good. Snappers, Black Bass, Dolphin-fish, and Mackerels. ICE is in big demand! Thank God for all our freedom! Happy Fourth of July! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Monday, July 1, 2013 Light rain sprinkles have fallen all day. More rain is on the way. Rain coats are everywhere. Winds are not a strong as yesterday. No fish reports. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Sunday, June 30, 2013 Catching Red Drum, Black Drum, Croakers and Spots along surf and river. Kure Pier had some good action! Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Saturday, June 29, 2013 Rains have picked back up over the past week. Large Flounder have been caught off and on all week long. Spots, Croakers and Black Drum making a good showing. Ice Cream Box on Kure Pier had 8 folks standing in line last night. :) Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Friday, June 21, 2013 Well we got some fish pictures on our new cell phone. Now I have to learn how to send them to our fishing report page. Kure Pier Fishermen are reporting many Flounder and Black Drums. Others along the surf are mopping up on large Spots. Bloodworm sales are great for repeat fishermen. Northeast winds are forcing fishermen to use # 5 to size # 8 sinkers. Black Cherry and Cherry Vanilla Ice Cream are our favorite catches on Kure Pier. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Tuesday, June 16, 2013 Fishing reports have picked up constantly over past week and a half. Lady fishermen seem to have the advantage when it comes to catching fish. Four, Five and Six plus pound Black Drum are pretty common amongst the women. Kure Pier fishermen are reporting Bluefish, Spots, Croakers and Butter-Pecan Ice Cream as favorite catches. Oceanfront park has some kind-a activity. Live band on the weekends and produces and sundries sales on Tuesday(?). Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Sunday, June 16, 2013 Happy Father's Day! Sunny weather interreges many families this weekend. Fishing has been good all week long. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Sunday, May 26, 2013 MEMORIAL DAY 2013 More "SEAL" sighting today. Fisherman are getting stuck in Freeman Park today. High tides are coming up to the dunes making impossible to get to or retreat from the north end. The Seals are have no trouble. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Friday, May 25, 2013 Folks we got reports coming in of a "SEAL" taking a Red Drum off a lady's tackle as she was hauling her catch onto Kure Pier. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 Well folks, it looks as if the warm spring weather is here to stay. As our web page shows, we have not had any fish catches to report is quite some time. Stay tuned! Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Thursday, May 2, 2013
From the surf in front of the Blue Marlin Apartments,
Seven Black Drum,
some 22 inches long, and two Flounder
caught on Shrimp on high seas with
northeast wind today.
Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 Cooler than normal spring weather has made fishing and beach activities uncomfortable. Kure Pier has been under-repairs this spring. It looks like Mike and crew are wrapping things up. The Kure Beach Oceanfront Park is now open. We look forward to the 2013. Fishing season. Local Tides, Gas Price $3.35 and up!
Friday, April 12, 2012 Well we are back for a new season. Another "Beach Re-nourishment Project" is underway. Snow Cut Bridge is getting a new top. Kure Pier has its crane doing work on replacing pilings. Stay tuned. Local Tides, Gas Price $3.59 and up!
Friday, April 19, 2013 "Happy Birthday to someone special". Blue Fish and small Virginia Mullets have been caught off the Pier, still under repairs, and surf. Stay tuned. Local Tides, Gas Price $3.59 and up!