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BLACK ADDER

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About BLACK ADDER

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  • Birthday 12/04/1955

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    Christian gentleman that fishes,boats, hunts, and 'bout anything else you can do outside! Also, instructor and guide to five local grandchildren.

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    THE JAMES C. WRIGHT, 16 foot aluminum Vbottom

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  1. NC WHITE PERCH

    Carp bass bluegills CATFISH all in VB....
  2. NC WHITE PERCH

    N.C. release citation redear sunfish...very fat and near state record.....of course had no scales with me. Caught on canned corn.
  3. NC WHITE PERCH

    On the other hand, I have gotten two VERY hot tips today, so we will let weather and wind direction dictate.(Which usually means "See you on the beach!" )
  4. NC WHITE PERCH

    Sad to reply to your own text! Anyway saltwater season over (except specks) and likely catfish and carp next week end. NC freshwater calls!
  5. RED DRUM

    Another Saturday! Rainy,windy, cool and damp. Caught a 10" bluefish. Fished 0700 to 1730hrs. Likely have pneumonia next. Anyway, fished next to Adam, who is also pretty much hard-core. Somebody print something positive or I am going catfishing this weekend! BA PS Adam, I was also circled by an adult coyote at BBNWR Saturday. I gave him a piece of the spot you gave me and I think he said thank you and to pass on his regards.
  6. RED DRUM

    And this Saturday I caught 1 28" puppy for the second Saturday in a row.Had one non stop fast run that I broke off near the spool on my Ambassadeur nine. Likely big ray or shark. All fish caught on low tide.
  7. RED DRUM

    Well, hope to be on the beach early tomorrow. It is always interesting to see what the beach looks like.I suspect today it will be grassy and dirty. Maybe there is a new sluice and grandson and I will be first to fish it.... BA
  8. WHAT AMERICA IS WONDERING....

    WHERE IS JIM CANTORE?
  9. RED DRUM

    Andrew, thanks for the PM. I didn't post over here but I did on "P&S" about releasing 6 Saturday up to 40" and a big speckled trout,which was delicious. Course, I was by myself. Grandkids say "hi!". Chip
  10. My 11 year old grandson has never caught a drum over 40" and I would like to put him in position for a big girl. I have a few qualifications, though... 1)In Va Beach ,preferably the surf and at Sandbridge, because he has never fished in a crazed crowd of drum fishermen and I would prefer he not be "INITIATED" quite yet. 2)He starts school with all the other kids soon, so nights during the week will be out (per my lovely daughter, his mom) Any inside information will be appreciated and reciprocated. BA If its REALLY juicy, PM me!
  11. BBNWR REPORT!

    Drug myself off of the beach Saturday PM after a full day feeding crabs. Took home three roundheads for my mom and pop. Also caught a couple menhaden. Wind came around to NE and humidity dropped so stuck it out until full high tide....No heaver bites. Chap just down from me had a four foot or so shark...too tired to walk over and see. Likely a sandbar.
  12. BBNWR REPORT!

    I fished up at the fence because I was pretty sure few if anybody else was going to fish in the rain. Otherwise, I am way down the beach. You are right...holes are a little tough to find. There should have been some " outsuck " with the weather, but I didn't see any.I did see one of the big charter boats(HIGH HOPES, I think) right outside casting range, so there must be SOME water out there. Something you might try, Rob, is pay a few bucks for eels and chop them to three-four inch lengths, to get you started. Menhaden have been inconsistent, and otherwise you gotta sweat for baits....or cast net some before you head south. I am saving my cast net spots until drum time and not "pressuring" them early.Chopped eel is what I am getting hits on ....lasts a lot longer than baitfish, what with the crabs and all. BA
  13. BBNWR REPORT!

    If anyone is continuing to read this thread, fished BBNWR Saturday 0700 till chased off beach twice by thunderstorms. That would be about two pm... Anyway, I was the ONLY soul out there, which made putting up with rain worthwhile. Had a large fish on heaver and eel early, spit bait in the wash...all I saw was a fin ripping through the rainy surf...anyway, one four foot brown shark on cut fresh spot, and a large roundhead. Enough of interest to pack up and wait in the truck to try again.... Have had too many bad experiences with lightning to make myself an easy target. Which reminds me: Back when I was running Therapy for Dr.Wright, he was always real nervous about lightning. Whenever it started popping , I would pull up lines and head away from the radar indicated storm at warp speed. I DOUBT that it makes any difference, a moving target...you just have this feeing you want to do SOMETHING and not just be a target! BA
  14. BBNWR REPORT!

    Took Wednesday off to make a pious pilgrimage to CBBT Pier.Thanks to all the fish that made it a relaxing day by leaving us alone.Grandson caught a slew of croakers and short sea bass.Live baiting fish or eels produced nada.Bbnwr Saturday. BA
  15. BBNWR REPORT!

    So Ranger Brian has been mentioning. We saw a few bobcats in the spring, early in the morning down at our usual spot...not on the beach.but up in the dunes. Which reminds me...last year a adult coyote walked in front of my truck...at a red light...in broad daylight...at Rosemont and South Plaza Trail! The folks around me thought it was just some old dog, I guess.. BA
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