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FULL: Saturday Apr 30th, Jigging Popping with Capt Mike Jackson

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Will
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UPDATE: BOAT IS FULL


   
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I might be interested but would like some more details?

1) Cost - I see the $320 and $400 so I guess that depends on whether you get 4 or 5, right? (i'm down with either - I'm jonesing to go fishing!)
2) Where's the boat? (looks like wilmington?) and how big is it?
3) How long's the charter? - when you leaving/planned return?
4) Do I need to bring my own tackle? I have one jigging rod and it's nice but it doesn't get nearly enough usage.
5) Any lodging plans or am I on my own? (either is fine, just trying to pre-think logistics, because coming from RTP area, I'd wanna at least spend Fri night somewhere I think).

Thanks - feel free to DM me if you'd prefer.


   
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hi Bilzo - sorry to say but I have filled the boat in the last hour

really a great capt, if you ever get the chance, go! Rick Croson and John Cawthern as well, jigging and popping!


   
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well damn. that was quick


   
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For future reference with Mike Jackson...

Boat is at Motts Channel Seafood in Wrightsville Beach
Boat is 32 ft contender with dual 300 Yamahas.
Probably 6am departure and back at dock by 5 or 6pm.
Mike has both jigging and popping rods available if you don't have your own or need backups.
Lodging would be on your own.

I might be interested but would like some more details?

1) Cost - I see the $320 and $400 so I guess that depends on whether you get 4 or 5, right? (i'm down with either - I'm jonesing to go fishing!)
2) Where's the boat? (looks like wilmington?) and how big is it?
3) How long's the charter? - when you leaving/planned return?
4) Do I need to bring my own tackle? I have one jigging rod and it's nice but it doesn't get nearly enough usage.
5) Any lodging plans or am I on my own? (either is fine, just trying to pre-think logistics, because coming from RTP area, I'd wanna at least spend Fri night somewhere I think).

Thanks - feel free to DM me if you'd prefer.


   
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