little old ladies, fish kills and bright spots
In addition to many of the creeks, the lower river should be in good shape, still with good catches of big drum, stripers and specks. All is not lost and just like after Hurricanes Bertha and Fran followed by Dennis 1, Dennis 2 and Floyd, Irene and all the others, the fishing will recover and so will we.
Oriental is cleaning up and opening up, The River Neuse Suites and River Dunes have places for you to stay. The lights are coming on and the grills are heating up in several restaurants so you have a place to eat. Capt. Gary and Capt. Bobby, along with Capt. Joe Ward have cleaned the pinestraw out of their boats and charged their batteries and ready to go fishing.
At the beach, the motels are full with adjusters and contractors, but the Harker's Island Fishing Center was spared and the lights just came back on. Capt. Rob Pasfield has dry, clean rooms that are ready for guests. Capt. Chris Kimrey is starting his fall season tomorrow and hopefully will have a good report to follow.
Now more than ever, we appreciate your business and look forward to a great October/November. Please give us a ring if we can help get you out there.