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( G.P.S # )

Her are some G.P.S.# I will post more latter.

Wreck--- 35`41'50N ------ 75`25'30W

Diamond Tower----35`09.02N----75`18.02W

Point Shoals Buoy---35`08.50N---75`23.50W

Rock Pile
The rock pile is a hump in the bottom about 40 miles out of Hatteras Inlet. If you fish out of Hatteras Inlet in the summer, you will see most of the boats heading in that direction.
GPS #'s: 34 51.250 - 075 31.500

  • Intersection of the 40650 TD line with the 100 fathom line.
    GPS #'s: 035 28.600 - 074 48.250

 

  • Intersection of the 40600 TD line with the 100 fathom line.
    GPS #'s: 035 28.500 - 074 53.100









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Hophins-Shorty Spoons

HopkinsŪ Shorty Spoon

This is a hot bait.All fish will bite this jig.It's very deadly for Stripe Bass.The key is, make sure you use a snap swivel or it will cut your line.Also use it for catfish,go down almost to the bottom and jig it up and down slowly.If you put a small piece of bait on the hook you can hold it still and when Mr.whiskers bite down on those treble hooks you have him .


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