North Carolina Fishing Reports

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Recent Activity in North Carolina

Shared catches, fishing spots and reports

  1. One hour out after one month off. Oh yeah, I’m back.

    31 in. Grass Carp with a Muzzy LV-X Lever Bow

    1. Mike Honcho 0
      There are so many stories running around about these carp. Either way they have destroyed Shaeron Harris in the past 2 years for being the bass habitat it use to ...more be. I could catch 5 bass on any given day, all ranging from 3-5lbs. Now I am lucky to catch a 3-5lb bass at all. It’s sad thet duke and NCW has let this go, and their answer has been setting up fish habitats in lieu of killing all the hydrila. They also said these carp are sterile, however I’ve seen them rummaging through the weeds during their spawn. They also live in excess of 20+ years so it will be a while, if ever, when Shaeron Harris returns to the way it was.
    2. Mike A. 0
      Kaitlin-Thanks for that reply. I had no idea how many there were….understood. Keep up the good shooting.
    3. Robert Coleman 0
      Schlocked 'em Good! Nice shooting Kaitlin! 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
    4. Scott Sorrell 0
      Kill em all Kait...only good carp is a dead
    5. Mike, these guys are no good! Duke Energy stocked 10,000 of them in this tiny reservoir with the sole purpose of removing hydrilla that was supposedly clogging their ...more intake, but now they’ve removed every shred of native aquatic vegetation as well. Without the aquatic plants to filter sediment from runoff at the shorelines, water quality has taken a nosedive. Those weed beds also provided incredible cover for bass, shad, and other native fish. The shallow water fishery used to be second-to-none on Shearon Harris, now it’s a thing of the past.
    6. Len Ecker 0
      Glad to see your back in the hunt
    7. Rick Carey 0
      dang girl....awsome
    8. Mike A. 0
      good shooting! don’t shoot ‘em all as they’re keeping your lake clean.
    9. good to see you back and shooting on target
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  2. Saturday July 17th second biggest fish

    Blue Catfish with a cut bait

  3. 2 lb. 2 oz. 15.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a Hellgrammite

  4. Details: 7 lb. 10 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Beetlespin

    Bluegill fishing with ultra light

  5. 40.0 in. Blue Catfish with a cut bait

  6. 12.0 in. Summer Flounder with a sand flea

Popular Waterways

The most active fishing spots in North Carolina

  • Falls Lake

    A section of the Falls Lake in Wake County, North Carolina.


  • Shearon Harris Reservoir


  • Lake Hickory

    Two piers have been constructed. In times of severe drawdown, the slope of the walkway out to the pi...


  • Badin Lake


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