Spec Fever Guide
New Bern and the Crystal Coast.
Fish with Captain Gary Dubiel, you may have seen him on ESPN 2, WFN, UNC-TV, Versus, the Sportsman Channel, Discovery Channel (Europe), a local or national fishing show, the Saltwater Sportsman’s National Seminar Series, or perhaps in any major sports fishing magazine. Join him for a memorable day on the water and be sure to check out our resources page for all the fine products Capt. Gary fishes with.
Fish for red drum (redfish), seatrout, flounder, striped bass, tarpon, false albacore, Spanish and king mackerel, bluefish, black drum, shad, bass, cobia, and yes ...more!
Fish from this hamlet for seatrout, redfish, flounder, black drum and Spanish Mackerel on light tackle or a fly rod. Our shallow water fishing is productive most of the year, including great late and early season, like the speck fishing seen on Carolina Outdoor Journal. Big game enthusiasts can battle giant red drum or tarpon here as well. August and September are the peak months for giant red drum.
You may have watched this amazing fishing on TV's George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing and North Carolina Weekend. Most importantly, don't miss out on this great Neuse River and Pamlico Sound fishery.
What a surprisingly beautiful and productive fishery! Great off-season trips or year round action for striped bass, redfish, seatrout, flounder, largemouth bass, white perch, hickory shad, pickerel, catfish, pan fish, well you get the idea. Fish the Neuse and Trent Rivers and enjoy great top water action every fall and winter. This exciting action has been shown on TV's George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing, North Carolina Weekend and Down East Outdoors.
Fish the Morehead City/Beaufort back country for redfish or enjoy a day of near coastal action for Spanish, blues, cobia, kings and amber jacks and don’t miss the famed “Harkers Island” false albacore run every fall.
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