Today a front moved in with some light NE winds and rain and pushed offshore. Instead of continuing to pass through it just sat still on top of our guys fishing offshore. They had harder conditions due to the rain but some still managed to find the fish. It was a gorgeous day out there until the rain started, but Inshore stayed pretty. We had 2 Bigeye tunas captured today. One was 176 and the other was 134 LBS! The crowd today was clapping and getting pretty excited for them as they pulled them out of the fish box. We had one good dolphin catch but everyone else seemed to find the tunas and maybe a gaffer or a wahoo. These yellowfin's were pretty fish, between 30 and 50lb fish. Just how we like it! Inshore/Nearshore got to find the monster school of drum and cobia's out there today. There were about 8 citations for releases with those. If you haven't witnessed the drum fishing that we get down here, you definitely should try to. Once you see it you will understand why, its something else. Other than those we had some more excellent Spanish Mackerel, shark, triggerfish, and Speckled Trout fishing. The Miss Oregon Inlet is doing pretty good on their AM's and PM's. Their fishing has picked up a lot more than it has been. Captain Jerry, First Mate Mark and Second Mate Ashley are first class and will take care of you to show you a great time. Grab your kids and get them one of our rods in their hands! If you don't have a trip booked this week, Call us and we will get you on your perfect boat 252.441.6301. Do it for yourself because you deserve it!!!