****TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19TH*** Back in Georgetown for the Autumn OLD DRUM season. Keeper spot tails, trout, flounder... all fish are starting to feed up for winter. As water cools, expect the best fishing of the entire year right now through Thanksgiving. Thanks to all the folks who fished with us on the Pamlico, and thanks to Capt. George Beckwith, Capt. Greg Voliva, Capt. Mitch Blake, Capt. Justin Haddock and all the other folks who made me feel so at home in Oriental. Also booking Costa Rica... still some dates available on the "Dragin Fly" out of Los Suenos for 2017 and beyond..

Kids

The question most asked me is "How old should my child be before I can allow him to come fishing?"

A picture can tell a thousand words, and these pictures do just that. They were taken during a trip on the Roanoke River in May 2010 with Dusty Field and his sons Zack and Chase. Zack is in the first grade and Chase is in kindergarten.

Here's a dad taking time to make some great memories for his boys that will last a lifetime... the expressions on their faces were priceless.

So, how young is too young? It truly depends on the maturity of the child. Some start fishing at 5 or 6 and some start when they are 9 or 10. The parent is to be the judge of that. Safety is the top priority and all children thirteen and under must wear a life jacket... and it will be my pleasure to make some great fishing memories for you and your children and grandchildren.

When you get hooked on fishing, it's all about getting yourself the feeling and excitement of catching fish... then you long for that same feeling with big fish, trophy fish... then you come full circle when you're greatest joy is seeing the same excitement in others.




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 19TH*** Back in Georgetown for the Autumn OLD DRUM season. Keeper spot tails, trout, flounder... all fish are starting to feed up for winter. As water cools, expect the best fishing of the entire year right now through Thanksgiving. Thanks to all the folks who fished with us on the Pamlico, and thanks to Capt. George Beckwith, Capt. Greg Voliva, Capt. Mitch Blake, Capt. Justin Haddock and all the other folks who made me feel so at home in Oriental. Also booking Costa Rica... still some dates available on the "Dragin Fly" out of Los Suenos for 2017 and beyond..

Kids

The question most asked me is "How old should my child be before I can allow him to come fishing?"

A picture can tell a thousand words, and these pictures do just that. They were taken during a trip on the Roanoke River in May 2010 with Dusty Field and his sons Zack and Chase. Zack is in the first grade and Chase is in kindergarten.

Here's a dad taking time to make some great memories for his boys that will last a lifetime... the expressions on their faces were priceless.

So, how young is too young? It truly depends on the maturity of the child. Some start fishing at 5 or 6 and some start when they are 9 or 10. The parent is to be the judge of that. Safety is the top priority and all children thirteen and under must wear a life jacket... and it will be my pleasure to make some great fishing memories for you and your children and grandchildren.

When you get hooked on fishing, it's all about getting yourself the feeling and excitement of catching fish... then you long for that same feeling with big fish, trophy fish... then you come full circle when you're greatest joy is seeing the same excitement in others.


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