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Monday, November 27, 2006 The fishing season has come to an end. We had a wonderful time this past season. We saw quite a few fish caught. Many freezers were filed. Have a joyful winter. Give us a call at 800-458-5752 for reservations. Gilbert and Karen Alphin. So long for now!
Saturday, November 25, 2006 Happy wedding anniversary to my Mom and Dad! Fresh Jumbo Ocean Shrimp, Heads Off, $10.89 per pound and it is well worth it. 16 - 20 count per pound. Fishermen are shocked when we tell them price. When they see them, most say, "Man! They are pretty, let me have a pound." Sky's are clear and winds or not too cold. Very nice weekend! Stay tuned! We have run out of tide tables at the end of our season, so you will have to use the WWAY or WECT TV links above to figure out the tides. Gas prices are $2.17 to $2.35 for regular.
Thanksgiving 2006 Many families are starting to show this Thanksgiving Day. Cool cloudy skies. We have had rains the past 4 days. No Reports at this hour. Stay tuned!
Wednesday, November 22, 2006 No Reports! Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.17- 2.29 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 8:02 AM and 8:12 PM - LOW tides 12:35 AM and 2:35 PM
Tuesday, November 21, 2006 Kure Beach, Carolina Beach, Federal Point, Myrtle Grove, Wilmington, Leland and a few Fire Departments beyond had their hands full this morning. click >>18 condos were all ablaze. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.17- 2.29 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 7:16 AM and 7:20 PM - LOW tides 12:01 AM and 1:44 PM
Monday, November 20, 2006 3:15 pm We picked up a mess of Black Drum yesterday from one of our fisherman. Today, all is calm. Our beach is practically empty. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.17- 2.29 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 7:59 AM and 8:05 PM - LOW tides 2:01 AM and 4:20 PM
Saturday, November 18, 2006 10:00 am Fish run is still going on here in Kure Beach. Black Drums, VA Mullets, Spots and large Blues are making several folk's catch. Winds are blowing gently out of the North. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.17- 2.29 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 5:59 AM and 6:05 PM - LOW tides --:-- AM and 12:20 PM
Friday, November 17, 2006 6:30 pm Fishermen are coming back to get our Salt Mullets. Big Bluefish have been caught all day. One fellow just came in reporting a large 20 inch Blue was hauled in north of Kure Pier. Around 4 pm, two fishermen showed us their catch of Spots, Virginia Mullets and a fine catch of Black Drums. All they need is a cleaning table, seasoning, kitchen, cold tea, forks and plates! 7:00am No fishing reports over the past 3 days. Rains showers have fallen off and on. Yesterday's tornados were approximately 45 miles west-northwest of us. We are sadden by the loss of life. At 7:00 am, the sky is clear overhead. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.17- 2.29 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 5:19 AM and 5:26 PM - LOW tides 11:37 AM and 11:42 PM
Tuesday, November 14, 2006 Noon Crowds of fishermen have dissipated. Locals are catching Flounders in river and ocean. Mullet Minnows are running strong in the surf. Rains fell this past Sunday. For now that all I can report. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.19- 2.29 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 3:05 AM and 3:14 PM - LOW tides 9:11 AM and 9:37 PM
Saturday, November 11, 2006 Noon Not many folks down this weekend. Those here, are wearing short paints. Several yard sales are going on all over town. This morning the Cape Fear River was smooth as a Mill Pond. Mosquitoes, sand gnats and flies were all up and down the bank's of the river. Flounder Fishermen were hoping to catch the big ones they missed last weekend. Several were caught according to one person there. Spots and Virginia Mullets are the reported catch here in our shop. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.12- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 12:18 AM and 12:40 PM - LOW tides 6:17 AM and 7:06 PM
Friday, November 10, 2006 Noon A good crowed of folks are on the Kure Beach Fishing Pier. The surf along the beach in front of the Blue Marlin Apartments has folks packed in sets of 3 to 7 fishermen. Winds have switch back and are now coming out of the north. Many recreational boaters are just off shore. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.12- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 11:46 AM and **:** PM - LOW tides 5:20 AM and 6:10 PM
Thursday, November 9 Happy Birthday to someone special! Slow the past three days! No Reports! Too much rain and a south wind has blown strong. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.12- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 10:53 AM and 11:21 PM - LOW tides 4:29 AM and 5:16 PM
Monday - Tuesday, November 7, 2006 2:00pm Election day! Go Vote! You owe it to your self! Well folks, yesterday I let three of our good fishermen down! (not that I we have any bad fishermen) I sent them to an old fishing site along Snows Cut. They got hung up most to the day. Small Flounder were there as a tease. So were underwater snags. No fun at all. Something had to have washed in since last week. Last night we rode down to the Fort Fisher Boat Landing. Beautiful sky with a big moon in it. A cute Fox was checking around for food. Lots of deer feeding on the DOT right-of-way. Today, heavy rains have set in. Hardly anyone has stopped by. No Reports. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.07- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 9:10 AM and 9:33 PM - LOW tides 2:47 AM and 3:34 PM
Sunday, November 5, 2006 6:00 pm Very few, I mean very few people were here today. Kure Pier and the surf in front of the Blue Marlin Apartments seemed bare. Must have been my sad joke! No reports! Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.07- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 7:30 AM and 7:52 PM - LOW tides 1:12 AM and 1:55 PM
Saturday, November 4, 2006 6:00 pm Well our fishing families packed up this morning, wished us a good farewell and a pleasant winter. "One good week of fishing beats one good week of work." Time out is good for all. Large Virginia Mullets have been the fish reported today. Get this, Bloodworms were the favorite VA Mullet bait for two fishermen. You're not going to believe what we are now restocking in our bait line. Popeye minnows. It's been more than 30 months since we've been able to stock this favorite bait. Full moon tonight. Go outside and take a look for your self! [These two __________ fans went into a bar. After 6 drinks, one __________ fan asked to the other, "I wonder which is further away from us, the moon or Florida?" The other __________ fan said, "You silly person, can you see Florida?"] and with that, I bid you a good night! Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.07- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 6:40 AM and 7:03 PM - LOW tides 12:24 AM and 1:05 PM
Friday, November 3, 2006 3:00 pm Cool northeast wind has been blowing all day. Our family of fishermen, with Granddaddy showing the way to fish, has caught several Puppy and Red Drums. Shrimp and Cut Bait has done well for these guys. Other fishermen are coming in for Sand Flees and Shrimp for the large Virginia Mullets that are now swimming by. The end of Kure Pier is the place for these 18 inch and larger VA mullets. Many folks are now showing up today. Being in the middle of Pleasure Island, all our reports are coming from the Blue Marlin Apartments and Kure Beach Fishing Pier. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.07- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 5:48 AM and 6:12 PM - LOW tides **:** AM and 12:14 PM
Thursday, November 2, 2006 10:30 pm Grand-pa needs help! "All the youngsters are catching Spots. So many, I cannot get my own hooks in the waters! Them younguns drafted me as the 'get-the-fish-off the hooks' & 're-bait -the tackle Grand-pa man!" Yes! Today there was lots of action in the surf in front of the Blue Marlin Apartments. Carolina Inlet filled 5 cooler loads of Spots, Flounders, Virginia Mullets and Black Drum today. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.07- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 4:55 AM and 5:20 PM - LOW tides 11:20 AM and 11:36 PM
Wednesday, November 1, 2006 10:00 pm Big day for catching Big Fish! Two Puppy Drums were caught today in front of the Blue Marlin Apartments, followed by a 17 inch Speckled Trout. Down at the Fort Fisher Boat Landing, several 20 plus inch Speckled Trout back bones showed were someone had cleaned their catch. Temperature picked back up into the upper 70's and the winds were still coming out of the south. We are hoping for a high pressure to pass over Ohio soon. That will give the eastern seaboard a cool northeast wind. Stay tuned! Gasoline news: $2.08- 2.26 for regular. Tomorrow's tides: HI tides 3:58 AM and 4:26 PM - LOW tides 10:23 AM and 10:46 PM