Outer Banks Bass Fishing

March 29, 2013

Took a trip to the Yeopim River, which is about an hour and twenty minutes from the Outer Banks.  The Yeopim River is one of the smallest and shallowest rivers in northeastern N.C.  It always has a good stained water color, and it can muddy up if the area has a lot of rain.  The water temp is still cold, due the continuous cold nights we have had.  In the morning the water temp was 49 degrees and only warmed to 52 degrees I the afternoon.  We still caught a few fish and managed to hook a few big ones that still have not moved up to spawn.

The stripers are still around and they are still hitting crankbaits.

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