Outer Banks Freshwater Fishing

July 9, 2013

Took a trip to Tull's Creek for a day of light tackle fishing.  Tull's Creek is a small creek about 40 minutes from the Outer Banks that's full of all types of freshwater fish. 

I met Eric at the boat ramp and after a short ride through the canal that takes you to the creek we started fishing.  Fishing was slow to start with, but after trying a few spots we finally found the fish.

We caught bass, yellow perch, crappie, white perch, and bream.  We had a good time and caught a bunch of fish.

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