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.
 
*****THURSDAY MARCH 26******We all know the Corona Virus nightmare has affected all our daily lives. Just want everyone who has trips booked with us in the next few weeks know that we ARE going to be up and running and we feel like we can take measures to do this safely. If you prefer not to spend the night in local motels, we are willing to move our start times to later in the day so if you live anywhere within three hours of Weldon you can make it a day trip if you prefer. We welcome your calls to discuss details and so do local hotels. Take out food is available and the virus HATES the sunshine so lets go fishing this spring! Summer and fall trips for Bull Red Drum, Tarpon, and family fishing adventures and eco tours here on the south end of the Grand Strand are booking strong as well. We have over 20 miles of unspoiled unpopulated barrier islands for exploring and shelling and some of the best fishing in the southeast. Also booking Costa Rica... still some dates available with Capt. George and the "Dragin Fly" out of Los Suenos for 2020 and beyond... Working more closely with Capt. Forrest Luking on halibut and all availlable species out of Homer, Alaska and Joby Davis is getting my customers hooked up with the best guides in Venice, Louisiana and the entire Gulf Coast. Let someone you know and trust set up your fishing trip and KNOW you'll be personally advised and cared for and get the trip of a lifetime you're looking for at many "Bucket List" destinations. Call 336 240-5649 any time.

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.


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