Offshore boats caught yellowfin tuna, dolphin and wahoo. Citations included three white marlin, two sailfish and a 44 pound dolphin. Inshore boats turned from trolling for tailor bluefish and spanish mackerel to wreck fishing for amberjacks. There were a lot of amberjacks, a kingmackeral and a wahoo were caught as well. Some tailor bluefish and spanish mackerel were also caught.Open boats had good speckled trout fishing. Half day trips caught speckled trout in the morning and two drum, speckled trout and one drum in the afternoon. An allday trip caught a 25.5 pound false albacore and four drum. One boat caught and released sharks then turned to speckled trout fishing, doing well on both. Miss Oregon Inlet caught croakers, spots and flounders.
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OFF SHORE FLEET REPORT: Another great day for CITATIONS: 1 Blue and 13 White Marlin and 2 Sailfish "catch & realse". Take-home YELLOWFIN TUNA and Mahi Mahi Dolphin.
NEAR SHORE FLEET REPORT: Amberjack, Blues, Sharks, Sea Bass, COBIA and "fish of the day", TRIGGER FISH.
INSHORE FLEET REPORT: Spanish Mackerel, Speckled and Grey Trout, Croakers and the tasty Sea Bass.
HEAD BOAT REPORT: Almost filled to capacity, the historical MISS OREGON INLET sailed with ease in the Roanoke Sound. The party caught a bounty of Sea Mullet, Croakers, Flounder, Pig fish, Grey Trout.
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21 billfish caught and released by offshore boats. A fine mixture of sailfish and marlin, whites and blues. One grandslam consisting of a blue marlin a sailfish and a whte marlin. Citations were listed for four bluemarlin, eight white marlin, five sailfish and 0ne for a 70 pound yellowfin tuna. Some nice gaffer dolphin, scattered yellowfin tuna and several wahoos. Inshore boats caught tailor bluefish and spanish mackerel. One wreck fishing trip caught seabass and triggefish. Open boats caught speckled trout. Miss Oregon Inlet had good croaker fishing with blowfish, sea mullet and sea robins.
OFF SHORE FLEET REPORT: This fleet is world famous for bringing in "the BIG 'uns" from the ever favorite yellowfin tuna to the whopping Wahooos. CITATIONS: A 40 lb Wahoo and several Sheepheads. One fishing vessel reeled in two 'catch & release' GRAND SLAMS (2 White Marlins, 2 Blue Marlins, 2 Sailfish).
NEAR SHORE FLEET REPORT: The KING is HERE - King Mackerel, Spanish Macs, Lots of Blues, Triggers, Amberjack, Tile Fish and Sea Bass.
INSHORE FLEET REPORT: with the flexibility to navigate shallow to deep waters, this fleet can target flounder , speckled trout and COBIA, a great fish to fight and even better to eat!
HEAD BOAT REPORT: Thru the week a wide and delicious variety if incredible eatibles include flounder, croakers, pigfish, sea robin, and puffers. The "Miss Oregon Inlet" offers two half day trips Monday thru Saturday with a minimum of ten passengers. Trips are SELLING OUT. It is highly recommender that you prepurchase your boarding passes up to two days in advance.
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Good Afternoon, Fishing off the Bonner Bridge Catwalk is producing some great catches of Sheepshead, here is a picture of our own Paul Corsino with his catch of the morning! Enjoy.
Our Offshore boats came back flying flags, lots of flags! I heard a rumor that there were over 70 billfish caught a released today out on the gulfstream, it was an exceptional Billfishing day, they also brought in Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, and some nice Gaffer Dolphin.Our Nearshore boats brought back Bluefish, Amberjack, Sea Bass and Tile fish. Our Inshore boats came back with Cobia and sharks. Our Headboat the Miss Oregon Inlet came back in with Pigfish and Flounder.
Today our offshore boats brought in quite a variety of fish. There were yellowfin tuna, dolphin, blackfin tuna, king mackerel, amberjack, tile, sea bass, wahoo and grouper. There were also releases of white and blue marlin. Nearshore boats had abundant catches of bluefish and spanish mackerel and our inshore boats reported speckled trout.
Offshore boats caught dolphin, wahoos and tuna, yellowfins and blackfins. Some of the offshore boats did a little bottom fising adding tile fish and sea bass to their dolphin and tuna. Several sailfish, white marlin and blue marlin were caught and released. The boat with a young lady holding a flag had 5 white marlin releases. Citations were given for white marlin releases to the following anglers Steven McLaughin from Charlotte, Jack Fiehtner from Croften, Md., Lous Fiechtner, from Crofton, and Daniel Eure from Gatesville, NC. Inshore boats caught lots of tailor bluefish. On an allday trip croakers, trout, tailor bluefish and false albacore were caught. Open boats caught speckled trout and bluefish. Cobias were caught and sharks were caught and released.
24 billfish caught and released today including one grand slam cinsisting of several sailfish, a white marlin and to top it off a bluemarlin. The anglers were all members of the Maitland family, Joe, Julia, Jennie and Jack. There was considerable excitment and action recorded on their camcorder. They fished with Captain Tony Tillett in the 1990s.The billfish season is off to an early and impressive start. Along with numerous dolphin some nice size yellowfin tunas were caught, one boat got 11 and a lot of boats had wahoos. Inshore boats had good catches of tailor bluefish and spanish mackerel. Open boats went after several different species. Two had good speckled trout fishing in the morning. Another caught cobia in the morning speckled trout and tailor bluefish in the afternoon. There were some sharks caught and released plus speckled trout on an allday trip. Miss Oregon Inlet caught croakers.
Most of the Gulf Stream Boats went out billfishng today, 25 billfish caught and released, blue marlins, white marlins and salifish. One boat had a double header with 2 blue marlins and a white marlin. Other boats had good catches of dolphin with a few yellowfin tuna. Nearshore reported great blues and spanish mackeral both on our morning and afternoon trips. Center console boats caught few cobia and great speckled trout. Headboat had some croakers.
Typical of today's offshore catches were a good many dolphin including a surprising number of big gaffers. There were wahoos in every other cach. Several white marlin and two blue marlin were caught and released. Some good size yellowfin tunas were caught and two blackfins. Inshore boats caught tailor bluefish and spanish mackerel. Two allday trips caught tailor bluefish, spanish mackerel, sea bass and trigger fish. Open boats caught cobias and sharks. One caught cobias and released big drum. As an example one open boat hooked 7 cobias and landed 5, another hooked 6 and released 3. Miss Oregon Inlet caught croakers.
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INSHORE FLEET REPORT (6 fv):COBIA - aggressive fish to fight and one of the best to eat
NEAR SHORE FLEET REPORT (7 fv): Amberjack, Sea Bass, Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish
OFF SHORE FLEET REPORT (27 fv): Gad Zooks LIMITS of DOLPHIN, some YELLOWFIN TUNA * CITATIONS: white and blue marlin (catch & release) and gaffer Mahi Mahi dolphin
HEAD BOAT REPORT:Sails Monday > Saturday with minimum 10 passengers. We strongly reccommend that you purchase your tickets 2 days in advance - we have had several SELL OUT trips.
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"QUOTE WORTHY" "...All of us have in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean...We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea - whether it is to sail or to watch it - we are going back from whence we came." John F. Kennedy
Offshore-- Nice size dolphin, scattered yellowfin tuna and billfish. Inshore tailor bluefish and spanish mackerel.Cole Mobley from Williamston, NC got a citation for the sailfish he caught and released, John Atkins got a citation for the 35 pound dolphin he caught, Stanlet Godwin got a ciataionb for the 50 pound grouper he caught, William East got a citation for the blue marlin he caught and released, Alice Field got a citation for the white marlin she caught and released. Open boats all day trips caught speckled trout, cobias and released a variety of sharks.In the morning several cobias. In the afternoon one boat caught flounders including four nice keepers and triggerfish. Miss Oregon Inlet caught flounders and puffers. These blowfish (puffers) are not the Japanese version famous for their poison. They are interesting, very easy to prepare and very good to eat not dangerous at all.