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Captain Dave Dietzler
Posted: May 7 2004, 05:08 PM


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Inshore bite continues to improve as the water warms. In the creeks the water temp. is 70 to 75, in the bays 66 to 70, and in the ocean 66 to 70. The first spanish have showed up, the big ones normally are 1st to arrive. The bonita bite in the morning/daylight has been very good, fish busting the surface eating whatever you throw their way. Topwater has been extremely exciting. The evening bite has is just as good!!! Blues and gray trout have been dominating the inlet. Blues 2 to 4 pounds make for great fish sandwich. In the marsh the puppy drum/redfish have been chewing on the mullets and crabs. The lack of rain this year is offering some outstanding sightfishing. The cobia are starting to make there way inshore, the dive boats and head boats are starting to see them. I will bet w/ the 90 degree weather heading this way we will see them this weekend!!!

The weather looks great .

Come on down,

Dave Dietzler
Cape Lookout Charters
Morehead City, NC 28557
252-240-2850
www.capelookoutcharters.com
 
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