Who owns Intracoastal Angler Wilmington NC?

Who owns Intracoastal Angler Wilmington NC?

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Selby Lewis, a Wilmington native and commercial fisherman who would manage the retail establishment planned for 5039 Oleander Drive, said he and property owner Phillip David hope for an opening in the spring.

What fish are biting in Wilmington NC?

A few species like speckled trout and red drum remain active in the area all winter, until the arrival of the very coldest temperatures shut down the bite. Anglers’ favorites include flounder, speckled trout, red drum, Spanish mackerel, king mackerel, bluefish, pompano, gray trout, spot, croaker and whiting.

What fish are biting in Wrightsville Beach?

Anglers looking to nearshore bottom fish are finding natural ledges and ARs holding gray trout, black sea bass, grunts, scattered red drum, black drum, and sheepshead. Further offshore (in the 20+ mile range) keeper black sea bass, beeliners, grunts, triggerfish, amberjacks, and porgies are all coming in.

What fish can you catch in Wilmington?

These catches can include, but are certainly not limited to, red drum and black drum, flounder, speckled trout, Spanish and king mackerels, cobia, sharks, black sea bass, and sheapshead, as well as other seasonal species.

Are the fish biting at Carolina Beach?

Carolina Beach fish are biting, Flounder are biting on the artificial reefs and ledges close to the beach, a 2 oz. white jig head with a Berkley Gulp shrimp is real effective bait. The standard Carolina Rig with finger mullet is also a great bait to have out.

What’s biting at Fort Fisher?

Warm, shallow waters in three bays between Fort Fisher and Bald Head Island are popular winter spots for redfish.

Can I fish at Wrightsville Beach?

Wrightsville Beach overlooks the Atlantic Ocean along North Carolina’s Outer Banks, and anglers can catch a variety of native and migratory saltwater game fish including summer flounder, speckled sea trout and Spanish mackerel.

What fish are in season in Wrightsville Beach?

Great flounder fishing, with red drum and trout plentiful inshore. While the mahi are headed for deeper water the kings are now bigger and closer to the beach. Spanish mackerel, the large size, can be caught slow trolling near the many Artificial Reefs in our area. October: Often the best fishing month of the year!

What fish are biting at Carolina Beach right now?

Can you drink alcohol on Carolina Beach?

It might come as a surprise for some, but alcohol is not permitted on the beach in the Town of Carolina Beach. In Freeman Park, beer is permitted, but like all other beaches, glass bottles are prohibited.

Why is Intracoastal angler the best stop for fishing adventures?

See why Intracoastal Angler is your best stop for your fishing adventures! Our mission is to provide the finest products for the most competitive price for your fishing pursuits.

Is there an angler shop in Wilmington NC?

If you are a passionate angler or just thinking of learning to fish we hope you will stop by the shop on your next visit to Wilmington, NC. Stop by and see why Intracoastal Angler is more than just another tackle shop, our staff and our clientele are sure to put a smile on your face and share some local knowledge or the latest tackle tip.

Where to get free fishing tips in Wilmington NC?

For up-to-the-minute weather reports and even more free fishing tips and advice, you can also visit our website. For more information, just give us a call today at 910-392-3500 or stop by our store at 6332 Oleander Drive in Wilmington, NC.

Who is The reservationist for intracoastal vacation rentals?

Helen Gainer is our Lead Reservationist at Intracoastal Vacation Rentals. Helen has been with the Intracoastal family for over six years. In her role, she has helped families plan vacations of a lifetime and is a great source when it comes to the Wilmington area on where to explore and things to do while you’re