North Carolina; Spec Fever Fishing Report

The speck fishing has been very good with plenty of keeper fish and a few fish in the 3 pound range...

May fishing report:

The speck fishing has been very good with plenty of keeper fish and a few fish in the 3 pound range.  I am also catching flounder and redfish.  I'm anticipating this fishing to remain good and even get better through June and July.

I am running these trips out of my flats boat and my center console for both full and half days.  Also, I'm offering near shore trips out of the 23 for cobia, Spanish, kings, bluefish, flounder and dolphin this month and next.

Current openings May 26, 29 and 30, June 12, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 30.

Tall Ships:

I am offering charters to the Tall Ships event in Beaufort.  Skip the traffic and parking problems and venture down the ICW with Spec Fever!  Full day trip for up to 6 passengers remain July 2 and 4 and a half day morning July 1. Full days are $400 and half days are $250.

Tarpon and giant red drum:

The tarpon fishing will be here before you know it and it's time to book a day for the silver king.  Fishing will be "prime" for July and August.  August is also drum time.  Look to get into these giant 40 plus inch fish through September.  Full days and evening drum trips are available through the summer, please contact me for availabilities.

Don't for get about my hosted trip to Ireland's West Coast??It's more affordable than you think!  This September.

Captain Gary Dubiel

Spec Fever Guide Service

Oriental, NC

252-249-1520