Monday, October 25, 2010

Great fall fishing and BT-11

Albies continue to rock, also the king fishing is fantastic with limits coming in just a few hours. Lots of trout, but they're small. Capt. Ray and Capt. Gary are catching pups everywhere from the rock jetty at Cape Lookout to the Neuse and all points in between. Heck, I even caught a 50 pound cobia last week before heading to the mountains to watch some leaves change. The Down East Guides have a few scattered openings, but it looks like it's going to be a busy season, so I encourage you to get your dates on the calendar.

Other News:
BT-11 public comment period just opened. I implore you to send your written opposition to any expansions of this range and request that a complete Environmental Impact Study be performed. Some of the early information coming out about the contamination of this range is very disturbing and a complete study of waters and sediments INSIDE the range should be completed prior to consideration of any expansion.
You can send your comments to:
Richard K. Spencer
Regulatory Specialist for Military Projects U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington Regulatory Division
69 Darlington Avenue
Wilmington, NC 28403-1343