Fourmile Creek Fishing Report near Weddington, North Carolina

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Don't Kill BOWFIN!

on June 18th

They are not an invasive species. They're a native species. They look like the dreaded snakehead, but they are an entirely different species.


Bowfin

on September 28th

To the previous post. U r supposed to kill and report bowfin to nc wildlife. They are invasive and not supposed to be here


6 Species in 5 months

on January 2nd

Just wanted to write and post a pic of the Fourmile creek in SouthEast Charlotte (McAlpine Creek) From June through about October, a few neighbors and our sons decided to take a shot fishing in the creek just behind the neighborhood. Fishing on light tackle reels with bloodworms, we have managed to catch, smallmouth bass, crapie, bluegills, catfish, bowfin and most recently a snapping turtle. Not only has this little creek suprised us with the abundance of species thriving just outside the city boarder, but proven that even in a big city there are healthy creeks and resevouirs that hold limitless possibilties for all anglers. It has brought many hours of fun for ourselves, our sons and their friends, Thanks

Bowfin caught fishing Fourmile Creek by Matthew Carm

Location Details
Species Caught: Bowfin
Weight: 3lbs, Length: 22in.

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