Posted By Kris/ In Castaway Lodge Fishing / Monday, April 1, 2013

Skeleton Sighting, Bush Pilots of Seadrift

Castaway Lodge Seadrift Report
By Capt. Kris Kelley

We hope everyone had a great Easter weekend with family and friends. We've been fishing through nagging low water to it rebound very slightly by Sunday. Focusing on mud pockets over shallow area flats and back lakes continues to reward anglers with limits of Redfish and a lighter showing of Black Drum. The backside of the Full Moon heading into April should offer better Trout fishiing with hopefully some higher water levels. Trout are starting to show in improving numbers and we certainly have an eye on the delayed trend heading into April. Lingering cool snaps continue to keep our eye focused on solid Redfish action and improving water levels may reignite spawning Black Drum action as well. Sunday saw the first return to "double limits" of both Redfish and Black Drum since the big North winds hit the bay last Sunday. The spotlight on Castaway's Skeleton Series DD22 Special SKX-MHC7'10 is for good reason, great rod with lots of backbone. Check them out at

Tomorrow we'll take a look at Trout action over area reefs and shell pads in E at 10-15 ahead of a mid-week cool front.

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