We have seen a lot of rain this summer, but it was still a great summer. The last week of September and the first few days have turned out to not so nice especially for our visitors. Fortunately the sun is shining on Saturday, October 3,. Starting around Tuesday of next week, the weather should be on the mend and we can start fishing in earnest. Read more at this link.
It is the heart of summer and a persistent southwest wind has stirred the waters and the warm temperatures have a good grip on us but there is still lots of fun to be had.
As a resident of the Crystal Coast, it is easy to choose to stay home and enjoy the area’s delights on a less crowded day of the year than the Fourth of July.
The Crystal Coast of North Carolina can help winter fade from your memory.
In spite of a nasty forecast for the next 36 hours, winter has had its last shot at us on the Crystal Coast.
In spite of the ice in this picture from earlier in the week, winter’s back is broken on the Crystal Coast.
Some rough water we experienced while fishing outside of Bogue Inlet makes me think of the Bay of Fundy and other spots where I have experienced some impressive waters in Canada. For more information click the link or the picture. #Canada #CrystalCoast http://ow.ly/ooPaU