Fishing Reports from the Topsail/Sneads Ferry area

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Topsail / Sneads Ferry – March 21, 2019

Topsail / Sneads Ferry – March 21, 2019

Mike, of Native Son, reports that trout have been in their winter holes. The key to getting them is to fish a couple of days past any cold fronts to give the weather time to warm back up, but this will be less important come April. Always fish with a slow retrieve this time of […]

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Topsail / Sneads Ferry – December 13, 2018

Topsail / Sneads Ferry – December 13, 2018

Mike, of Native Son, reports the trout bite is in early winter mode, and as the water continues to cool, remember to fish slow. When in doubt, drop your weight down to the bare minimum and slow down the retrieve even more. MR-17s moved slowly with a just a twitch every now and then should […]

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Topsail/Sneads Ferry – November 15, 2018

Topsail/Sneads Ferry – November 15, 2018

Mike, of Native Son, reports that the main story over the past few weeks has been speckled trout. There are definitely a lot of bigger fish around, but expect to wade through a bunch of shorts to find them. Still, the smaller fish are a lot of fun to catch, just remember to handle them […]

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Topsail/Sneads Ferry – October 25, 2018

Topsail/Sneads Ferry – October 25, 2018

Mike, of Native Son, reports that inshore fishing has returned to pre-storm conditions, if not better. Red drum are returning to the creeks to feed on mullet, and they can be found on grass points and oyster bars. Live bait is plentiful, but if you prefer topwaters or soft plastics, both are working. The main […]

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Topsail/Sneads Ferry – October 11, 2018

Chadwick, of South End Anglers, reports that slot red drum can be found around marsh docks, grass points, oyster rocks, and dead end bays, while over-slot fish are in the usual nearshore places. Fathom Inshore jigs and popping corks/plastics, Rapala Skitterwalks, and Z-Man JerkshadZ will all work on the artificial side, while finger mullet under […]

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