Island Life Outfitters March fishing report indicates we should see the temperatures and the fishing warming up on the Outer Banks. January and February were not ideal fishing months in our area, but like most local outdoorsmen, Mikey Sabadic, of Island Life Outfitters, took advantage of the slow fishing season to do some hunting.
With a few warmer days at the end of February, Mikey, along with his son, Brody, got the kayaks ready, and were right back into fishing, seeing some freshwater action, catching bass and crappie. This time of year, if you are willing to take the drive, there is still some trout and drum to be found, it’s just a long day with travel! March we should see saltwater trout and drum fishing picking up on the island as long as weather conditions stay consistent!
Island Life Outfitters specializes in wade and kayak fishing adventures, for all ages and skill levels. If you plan to visit the Outer Banks, a fishing trip with Mikey should be on your “to-do” list if you enjoy fishing or perhaps are even a first-timer just wanting to try your hand at fishing. Mikey will design a fishing adventure around you or your group.
Kayaks and rods are supplied, even though some people prefer to use their own. Mikey can also act as a guide on privately owned boats.
To see what Island Life Outfitters, Mikey, his son Brody and his clients have been catching watch his videos on YouTube, under Island_Life_252.
Also, follow Mikey Sabadic on Facebook or Island_Life_252 on Instagram.
For more information or to book a trip, you can go to www.islandlife252.com or text Mikey at (252) 619-1148