There were all kinds of combinations offshore. The components consisted of yellowfin tuna, dolphin, wahoo, sailfsih, white marlin and one blue marlin. One wreck fishing expedition came home with a limit of tile fish and 6 black sea bass. Inshore boats caught spanish mackerel and tailor bluefish. One inshore boat caught triggerfish, sea bass and spanish mackerel on an all day trip. Two open boats caught cobias on all day trips. On half day trips there was good speckled trout fishing. Lots of undersize fish with some good size keepers. Miss Oregon Inlet caught grey trout and flounders in the morning, triggefish and croakers in the afternoon. It is good to see the grey trout (weakfish). They were so numerous up until a few years ago. Hopefully they are making a comeback. Citations today were issued to Emily Bailey for the sailfish she caught and released, Buddy King for the white marlin he caught and released, Tom Moss for the 42 pound wahoo he caught, Alec Guito for the white marlin he caught and released, Thomas Farquhar for the sailfish he caught and released Scott Dayton for the 10 pound tilefish he caught, Scott Pollock for the 10 pound tilefish he caught, Michael Heenehan for the sailfish he caught and released and Christopher Madea for the white marlin he caught and released. One of the cobias caught today weighed 58 pounds and another weighed 48 pounds.