What does a dolphin say when he’s confused?
Can you please be more Pacific?
Offshore came in from the deep with wahoo, mahi and yellow fin tuna. We did have some boats flying flags as well.
Our nearshore anglers were catching moonfish, blue fish, spanish mackerel and false albacore.
Inshore caught trout, blue fish and drum today.
Check us out at oregon-inlet.com or give us a shout at 252-441-6301. We have a 24 hour live camera so you can always see when they leave and enter the creek.
Don't forget the new Bonner Pier is now open, so come on in get ya some bait and let us know what is biting over there.
Offshore threw mahi, yellow fin and wahoo on the docks today. We see a good amount of flags flying while coming into the creek.
Nearshore came back in with blue fish, false albacore, trigger fish and spanish mackerel.
Inshore caught limits of blue fish, trout and drum.
Visit our website at www.oregon-inlet.com to check availability or to chime in on our live webcam. Give us a call at 252-441-6301. Our boats usually are coming in by 3-4:30pm, come on down and walk the docks to see what everyone has been catching!
Did you hear the one about the evil tuna?
What a great day to be fishing!
Offshore came back in with yellow fin tuna, wahoo, mahi and flags flying.
Nearshore caught blue fish, spanish mackerel and false albacore.
Inshore had pretty day with puppy drum and trout.
Our season isn't over yet! Give us a shout at 252-441-6301 or visit the website at www.oregon-inlet.com
Our offshore boats had a day with the tuna and mahi. Plenty of citations between big eye and marlin releases; Our biggest single fish weigh in today was a 216lb big eye!
Our nearshore are still bringing in ribbons and spanish mackerel.
And the inshore fleet bringing in limits of drum and speckled trout. Some even got into some bluefish!
To get on the books for your next big adventure, give us a ring at 252-441-6301 or go online to reserve at oregon-inlet.com.
Inshore bringing in limits of trout and drum today.
Nearshore had spanish mackerel, ribbon fish, blue fish and false albacore bite their hooks.
Offshore hit the docks with wahoo, big eye tuna, black fin tuna, mahi and yellow fin tuna. Some of our boats came in with some blue and white flags flying.
Give us a call at 252-441-6301 or visit the website at www.oregon-inlet.com
Inshore had a good day catching blue fish, red drum and speckled trout.
Nearshore brought in spanish mackerel, blue fish, ribbons, red drum and sea mullet.
Offshore was throwing yellow fin, black fin, wahoo, king mackerel and mahi-mahi on the docks when they came in the creek.
We have some swells and winds coming in this weekend but that isn't stopping the reservations come in. Let us help you try to get on a fishing trip. Give us a call at 252-441-6301 or book online at www.oregon-inlet.com
Blackfin for the win on the offshore boats today! They also brought mahi mahi, a few wahoo and released white & blue marlin.
Nearshore folks are catching Spanish mackerel, bluefish, ribbon fish and false albacore.
Inshore boats are catching speckled trout and puppy drum.
What is a fish’s favorite pick-up line?
Tuna round and let me see that bass!
Offshore had great day bring back in yellow fin tuna, black fin tuna, big eye tuna, mahi-mahi, king mackerel and wahoo.
Nearshore caught spanish mackerel, ribbon fish and false albacore.
Inshore said the fishing was awesome today catching blue fish, speckled trout and red drum.
There still some scattered availability for all of the charters we offer this week. Check out the website and see what vessel is best for you and your crew. You can continue to book on the website or give us a call at 252-441-6301 and press 1 for the booking desk. To book with the safari dolphin cruise or Ms. Oregon Inlet press 2 and you will be connected to the Kitty Hawk Kites line.
Did you know that the new Bonner Pier is open? YEP! Just right over the bridge, once you get off of the new Basnight Bridge turn left into the parking lot and you are there! We are very excited to hear what you've been catching off the pier so come on in to refill up on more bait and tell us how the bite has been.
Mahi, wahoo, black fin tuna and yellow fin tuna hit the docks Sunday from there offshore adventures.
Inshore had a good day fishing for trout, red drum and blue fish.
The season hasn't stopped yet down here at the OBX. Give us a call at 252-441-6301 or visit the website at www.oregon-inlet.com.
Not only do we have offshore, nearshore and inshore private fishing charters we off make-up charters as well!
Make-up charters, what is it? It's is trip consisting of individuals who do not have a full party looking to fish offshore or nearshore. To sign up for a make-up charter you can go to our website mentioned above or come see us in person at the booking desk of Oregon Inlet Fishing Center.
The offshore crowd had a good return of meat fish: yellow and black fin tuna, and mahi. But the billfish are still around as well, we saw both sailfish and white marlin flags flying.
Our nearshore boats are still bringing in ribbonfish, spanish mackerel, and false albacore.
And the inshore fleet brought back limits of speckled trout and red drum.
Our boats are filling up on the weekends, but have plenty of availability most weekdays. Call and book at 252-441-6301 or go online to oregon-inlet.com
Today off shore came back in with yellow fin and black fin tuna.
Near shore had a blast bringing in spanish mackerel, ribbon fish, blue fish and false albabcore.
Inshore caught limits of drum and limits of trout.
This weekend is booking up fast, give us a call at 252-441-6301 or visit the website at www.oregon-inlet.com to book your next trip!
Another day of yellow fin tuna, black fin tuna and dolphin along the docks, with catch and release white marlin.
Nearshore fellas caught Spanish mackerel, ribbon fish, bluefish and albacore.
Inshore boats are still catching beautiful speckled trout and red drum.
Contact us at 252-441-6301 or visit the website at www.oregon-inlet.com.
It was another good day in the gulf! Boats cranked in mahi mahi, yellow fin tuna, black fin tuna, wahoo, bonita and released sailfish & white marlin.
Nearshore folks caught Spanish mackerel, bluefish, ribbon fish, albacore and one 17 lb king mackerel!
Inshore boats had a good day catching speckled trout and puppy drum.
Overall, everyone had a fun successful fishing day out of Oregon Inlet ;)
It was a beautiful day of fishing for all of our fleets. Offshore anglers reeled in some big yellow fin tuna, black fin tuna, bonita and mahi mahi. Many of them also released several white and blue marlin.
Nearshore fellas had good catches of ribbon fish, Spanish mackerel and false albacore.
Inshore folks are still catching good size speckled trout and puppy drum!