Let Capt. Ponytail take you on a fishing adventure of a lifetime. You'll fish the Roanoke River for Striped Bass or the backwaters of Winyah Bay and North Inlet for Red Drum, Trout, Floounder, Tarpon and Shark.
 
****TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25TH****Thanks for all the calls and concerns, but we are alive and well...and fishing EVERY DAY. We are not in the flood plane and I can make a short run south and fish the Santee Delta, a totally different river system that has ZERO flooding problems. I am not minimizing the situation for some folks upstream in low lying areas... but we are lucky. Once this water hits Winyah Bay it spreads and rolls right to the ocean. We are here and we are fishing. Please do not try to contact me through Facebook or Messenger. Call or text and I will immediately respond. The number is 336 240-5649. This will turn the ocean upside down and the rest of the year will be EPIC. There is my prediction. GET IN ON IT!!!! Call or text to 336 240-5649 for immediate response on available dates left. Summer was steady and better than ever so fall should be "Off the Hook". Also booking Costa Rica... still some dates available on the "Dragin Fly" out of Los Suenos for 2018 and beyond...

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

I've been lucky enough to work side by side on the water at the Roanoke River for the past ten years with N.C. Wildlife Resources Biologists like Chad Thomas and Kevin Dockendorf.


Chad Thomas

Kevin Dockendorf

We have produced several videos and TV shows over the years on the great fishing on the Roanoke. The rebirth of the Roanoke River and the annual spring striper spawning run that happens there is entirely due to the hard work of Chad, Kevin and an entire generation of new biologists that have followed.

This year we all decided to pick it up a notch and branch out, showing you N.C. Wildlife Resources projects that are making a real difference statewide. Enjoy the Roanoke and Cape Fear videos on this page, and please stay tuned for more.... our plan is to shoot and produce thirteen episodes this year.

So keep watching for more great success stories from the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.


You can find more information about me on these websites...