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Inshore and Old Drum Fishing in North Carolina

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Join Captain Jay, Wayne Justice, Captain Gary Dubiel - Spec Fever Guide Service, Captain Blake Mitchell - FishIBX and other guest as we talk about Inshore and Old Drum Fishing in North Carolina! Call in LIVE, ask questions and share your knowledge TONIGHT at 8 PM EST 347-884-9117!

Red drum, North Carolina’s state saltwater fish, is a highly sought-after recreational species up and down the Atlantic Seaboard.  Many inshore anglers have formed a special bond with "redfish" in large part because of their willingness to take a baited hook, artificial lure, or fly.  The strong fight they provide keeps fishermen’s hearts pumping and adrenaline flowing throughout the red drums range.  Luckily, anglers in North Carolina can target resident red drum populations year round.  They also have access to the largest red drum in the world during the late summer and early fall as the big fish move inshore to spawn.

Captain Gary Dubiel - Spec Fever Guide Service

Captain Mitchell Blake - FishIBX