The Ocean has been absolutely filled with life these past few days, and word from our Captains is that the water just keeps getting prettier. Our Inshore boats brought in some beautiful Speckled Trout today and a few really nice flounder. Our Headboat- the Miss Oregon Inlet also had the kids pretty excited catching some Seamullets this morning too. Nearshore action has been going off with the Cobias and even some pretty good Spanish Mackeral fishing. The Cobias were really wearing out our people today, after using all their strength to catch them and then having to hold their 60 to 90lb fish up for us to take a picture, they could barely lift their arms after the day was over. We had some pretty nice fish come in on our Offshore boats today too, Yellowfin Tunas, Gaffer Dolphin, a Mako and even some really big Tilefish. Whatever's going on out there with the water its showing nothing but great signs for the fishing coming up. Pull up our website and book your trip of a lifetime today at www.oregon-inlet.com! 1.800.272.5199
If you don't know what a Cobia is, you're about to find out. Perfect conditions were providing our Inshore, Nearshore, and Offshore boats with some multiple catches of Cobia. There were over 30 of them caught today, the biggest ones weighing in at 76, 70, 66, 52, and 45 pounds! Although fishing was a little slower, everyone still managed to take home some fish. Inshore also had a pile of bluefish and the trout bite is
still going on. Offshore there was a 115lb citation Bigeye Tuna caught and the ones who decided to go bottomfishing seemed to catch some decent sized Tilefish and Black Sea Bass. The weather is going to be nothing but beautiful all week, take a minute and book your trip now at www.oregon-inlet.com! We have make-up trips available all week, and plenty of people hoping to find you to complete their party of 6.
What a gorgeous day to be celebrating the men
and women who have served and protected our
country! We Thank You every day, not just today!
We are also proud to say that our Wounded Warriors went fishing with us on this slick calm
day and even caught a citation yellowfin tuna!
Pretty work guys we hope you enjoyed your
day! There was an array of fish caught today from
Yellowfin Tunas to Cobias. Our inshore boats did
well with the cobias and even a few offshore
boats decided to sneak inside and catch some
themselves! The ocean has all kinds of life
swimming around out there right now, grab your
friends & family and have an adventure of your
own! Call 1.800.272.5199 for all day gulfstream
or all day/half day inshore/nearshore trips
available this week. You know you'll have a
We're really not over-exaggerating when we say
that today was off the hook at the Fishing
Center. We sure made up for not fishing
yesterday, almost every boat went today. There
were Limits of Tuna with Gaffer Dolphin
everywhere! There were 35-70lb class fish caught
today. Our inshore boats had some great catches
Trout, Nearshore had some tile and amberjack,
there were some cobias caught today too. Now's
the time to go fishing if you are waiting, Don't
hesitate to book your trip. Jump on a
boat with a make-up trip if you don't have
enough people to go! Give us a call you don't
want to miss out! 1.800.272.5199 or book on-line
What a superior day of fishing we had out of Oregon Inlet Fishing Center. Every offshore boat came in with their boxes overflowing with yellowfin tuna, big eye tuna, dolphin and wahoo. Inshore had catches of shark, blues, spanish mackerel, and speckled trout. Our nearshore boats had lots of trout, some blue and a few cobia. Book your charter at www.oregon-inlet.com or give us a call at 1-800-272-5199
Althought mother nature tried to keep our Captains at the dock it did not work. We had five boats to venture offshore and they had magnificent catches of yellowfin tuna and gaffer dolphin. Our inshore boats had good catches of blues. Book your charters at www.oregon- inlet.com or give us a call 1-800-272-5199
The day at Oregon-Inlet started off with our in shore and near shore boats bring to the docks great blue fish, puppy drum, limits of tile and speckle trout. On the off shore fleet we had and enormous amout of gaffer dolphin and one mako shark weighing 80lbs. The yellow fin tuna are becoming more plentiful and we had a couple of gaffers. One of our boats brought in a 72lb yellowfin. We also had several citation wahoos along with 2 blue marlin and 2 white marlin releases. Boats are booking up so come on down, call us at 1-800-272-5199 or on the web at oregon-inlet.com.
Most all of the fleet was out fishing today. On the near shore front, we had a great catch of blue fish. Our in shore boats had a great day of speckle trout, puppy drum and blue fish. On the head boat today, they brought in sea mullet, grey trout and crockers. The action in the gulf was not out of the ordinary. Lots and lots of dolphin, gaffer dolphin, yellowfin tuna and limits of tile. We had 3 citation cobias ranging from 56 lbs. to the largest at 77 lbs. Come on down and book your trip or give us a call 1-800-272-5199 or on the web at oregon- inlet.com.
This was a day of phenominal fishing here at Oregon Inlet Fishing center. The offshore boats returned with lots of yellowfin tuna, dolphin, gaffer dolphin, wahoo and mako shark. Nearshore boats had great catches of bluefish and inshore boats had bluefish and speckled trout.
Today was a busy day here at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center. We had 20 offshore boats and 3 nearshore trips fishing. Our offshore boats returned with a mixed bag of fish, to include gaffer dolphin, yellowfin tuna, cobia, limits of tilefish, mako shark, amberjack and two catch and release blue marlin, one of which was approximately 300 lbs. The nearshore trips returned with excellent catches of bluefish.
Another bountiful day at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center, offshore they had awesome catches dolphin fishing. The tuna fish was like playing roulette there was a bunch of people at the gameing table but if your number didn't come up and you didn't get the wham; then you had a long day. Our nearshore boats caught blues, trout and croakers. Miss Oregon Inlet sails everday but Sunday. Book charter trips now at www.oregon- inlet.com or give us a call 1-800-272-5199.
What a glorious day out on the water! Miss Oregon set sail today with catches of sea mullet and flounder. Our inshore boats were catching puppy drum. The nearshore boats had catches of good blues, spanish mackerel and 4 citation tile fish wighing 11 pounds, two at 12 pounds and one at 13 pounds. Today we had 10 boats make it off shore today with awesome catches of dolphin, yellowfin tuna and a few blackfin tunas. We have make-up trips available. Book your charter at www.oregon-inlet.com or give us a call 1-800-272- 5199.
On this windy day, the fleet came back into the docks with gaffer dolphin, a citation dolphin, yellowfin tuna, blackfin tuna and wahoo. On the near shore front our boats caught nice size blue fsh. The weekend is drawing close so book your trip on-line, in the store or calling 1-800-252- 5199.
What a great day today, weather was beautiful and fishing is getting better. Our catch today was lots of dolphin, yellowfin tuna, some false albacore tuna, several blackfin tuna and a sail fish release. It appears that the yellowfin are picking up more and more each day. Come on down to the fishing center to book your trip, go on- line at oregon-inlet.com or call us at 1800-272- 5199.