Archive for the ‘North Carolina’ Category

Albie Fish still Hot

The fishing for albacore is still red hot. I had a great email from Jake Jordan with the latest report on albie fishing. Plenty of fish still available, and they are plenty cooperative. If you’re interested in more info on fishing for these powerful little brutes, see here.

Albies are Still Hittin’

Our friend, Chuck Furimsky was fishing for Albies with Capt’n Jake Jordan last week ,and Jake sent the following report. The Albies will be waiting after Sandy clears out, so plan accordingly. October 23, 2012:     Chuck Furimsky (Owner “The Fly Fishing Show”) and I hit the water at 7:00 Am and headed offshore, we found […]

Harkers Island Albies

Our good friend, Theo Baakelar, has forwarded photos of a trip that he and our mutual friends Chuck Furimsky and Harry Schoel took to Harkers Island in North Carolina last November for false albacore—“albies.” They had a great trip. You can read about it in the photographic story below. The fish will be there this […]

BIG Albies

My friend, Chuck Furimsky headed south last week with his friend, Frank Surjansky, to fish with our mutual friend, Captain Jake Jordan. What a trip it turned out to be. Chuck called to talk about it, and then Jake sent our his email report. Have a look. October 16, 2011; North wind at 15, cold […]

Albies are In

My friend, Cap’t Jake Jordan had a hip replacement done this summer. He made fast and good recovery and is now out chasing the false albacore. These are among the fastest and strongest fish you’ll ever hook on a fly rod. After a 20 minute fight done almost entirely in the backing, the fish surrenders […]

Albies with Chuck and Dick

Captain Jake sent the following report on my old pals Chuck Furimsky and Dick Talleur. If you are at all interested in getting in on some of this fishing, click on Captain Jake’s link to the right. Greetings from Albie World: The last couple of days I had Author and famous fly tier Dick Talleur […]

Albies with Captain jake

I had a note from Captain Jake Jordan. He had just been through the huge rain and flooding in NC and finally got out to have a look for some fishing action. Here’s his report: Until about a week ago when the bad weather arrived, we had a great September of fly fishing, we caught hundreds of […]