Hey Joe! I found out how to spell Smorgasbord!!! :)
Haha! Well folks, this was turned out to be another nice day of fishing! With a couple great catches of Yellowfin Tuna's, some Dolphin catches, and a few boats still found the White Marlin bite out there. We had 12 boats go out and 5 were mainly Marlin fishing, a few boats caught a smorgasbord of everything but our Marlin count for the day was 31 Whites and 1 Blue Marlin (plus another 2 White Marlin from a Nearshore boat making 33 Whites). The Nearshore guys came home with some really nice sized Spanish Mackerels, some Bluefish and we still had ourselves some Triggerfish. One of our Nearshore boats went out on an Offshore trip which doesn't happen very often and got some Dolphin and 2 White Marlin, so if you add those 2 to the count we had 33 White Marlin releases. There were 2 boats that had a few interesting stories this afternoon. One had a couple Shark bites that sounded pretty exciting with a monster Hammerhead for one, and a 7-8 foot Mako Shark that was pretty angry! You must be super careful with a green Shark like this or someone could really get hurt. The same guy caught both of these Sharks so you know he was worn slam out! Our other boat had an interesting find with a 15 foot buoy that was lost out there, they were pretty sure it would have held a nice catch of some Gaffer Dolphin but come to find out it had not a single fish on it. The guys brought it home since it could be dangerous to another vessel and showed the crowd along with their catch! They also had a 22 lb Wahoo and a 17 lb King Mackerel! Kings are another fun part of our Fall fishing and we are hoping to see them show up soon! Inshore fishing was beautiful today as well, The guys had some gorgeous limits of 1 per person Puppy Drums and a few Gray Trout. Speckles are still out there but they are more happy with the warmer water. This is going to be a very interesting Fall from all of the signs of fishing we are getting, and we Cant WAIT to see what comes home today! There is NO better place on Earth to be fishing than Oregon Inlet Fishing Center! We have had lots of Make-Up parties put together this week and the people are still booking. Our afternoons have gotten lots of people signing up so get on the list and lets get you out there! Call us as soon as you are ready at 252.441.6301 and lets go have a Fall Ball!!!
Nearshore Makeup trips are 90$ per person and Offshore Makeup trips are 292$ per person. Our Miss Oregon Inlet Headboat is going out once a day from 8:30 to 12:30 so do not forget to get onboard before October 31st, which is her last day of fishing. Plan a trip before its all booked up with the kids! The headboat does not sail on Sundays so keep that in mind also. We have some boats available for each type of fishing you are looking for but spaces are limited so call as soon as possible! Have a great day and look for our updates on Twitter and Facebook to see when our boats are coming under the bridge! See you at the dock!