4 offshores got out and came back in with lots of yellowfin tuna, wahoo, mahi, and the fellas were able to tag a 107lb. white marlin! Nearshores came in with great rockfish and albacore! The next couple of days aren't looking too beautiful, but our boats will be back fishing on Sunday! Stop by with friends and family between 3-4 pm to watch the catch come in!
On the other end of the fishing lines our anglers had mahi, tuna, and both white and blue marlins.
Meanwhile, here in the ship store our lines were quiet. Suspiciously quiet.
Our phone lines are currently down but no worries! The website is still up and boats are available all week long.
Today, our offshores brought in mahi, blackfin, wahoo, yellowfin, and a blue marlin citation! Tomorrow's weather is looking the best for the week, and we have 10 boats scheduled so if you're on the OBX, bring the kiddos, and stop by between 3-4pm to watch the catch come in!
After 2 days of no-sails the off shore fleet killed it with the Yellow Fin Tuna catches, in some cases limits were caught! There was also a 63lb Wahoo catch and a limit of Mahi.
Near shore had a great day with Sheepshead and Stripers!
Our updated hours of operation for the fall/winter season are Mon-Sun 8am-5pm. You can call us to make your fishing dreams come true at 252-441-6301 or toll free at 800-272-5199 or visit us online at www.oregon-inlet.com.
Today, we had 5 offshores out and they all did awesome! Lots of wahoo, yellowfin, mahi, and some blackfin, as well as a few white marlin citations! One nearshore came in with reports of sheepshead and red drum, and our couple of inshores had stripers and speckled trout!
Miss Oregon Inlet is running tomorrow from 8am to 12:30 pm, and it's the last trip of the year!! There's still plenty of room left, so grab your tix ASAP at missoregoninlet.com, in-person at OIFC, or over the phone at 252-441-6301!
The weather offshore is looking nasty for the next few days, but will be getting better by Saturday! We have plenty of availability so book your charter at oregon-inlet.com, over the phone at the number above, or in-person!
Today we had seven offshore folks make it out. Everyone had a great day! Boats came in with plenty of yellow fin tuna, black fin tuna, mahi mahi and wahoo.
Our nearshore fella reeled in sea bass, rock fish, triggers and mahi.
Miss Oregon Inlet has spots open on her LAST trip of the season on Thursday at 8am.
Give us a call at 252.441.6301 to book a trip!
Today was a slow-blow day for most of the boats in the creek, we did have one nearshore boat brave the blow. Rock Solid ended up with some sea bass and red drum.
Luckily Saturday was a great day of fishing for all! Offshore folks had plenty of wahoo, mahi mahi, tuna and a blue marlin release. Nearshore guys came in with bluefish and albacore. Check out these boats and their great catches.
Miss Oregon Inlet has openings for trips Monday through Thursday at 8am.
Call 252.441.6301 for any questions or to book a charter!
Today was a great day for our offshore fleet! Limits of mahi across the board, as well as lots of yellowfin tuna, blackfin tuna, some wahoo, and a white marlin citation! Spanish mackerel and bluefish for our nearshore guys, and inshore came in with limits of speckled trout!
Miss Oregon Inlet had a great day! Captain reported a limit of grey trout, awesome sized spot, sea mullet, bluefish, northern puffers, and black sea bass! She's sailing tomorrow at 8am and there's lots of room left! Grab your spot at missoregoninlet.com, over the phone at 252-441-6301, or in-store at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center!
Today, 3 offshores made it out and had a blast! Yellowfin and blackfin tuna, limits of mahi, and wahoo were brought to our docks today! Nearshore had a good day with the stripers (aka striped bass or rockfish)!
The rest of the week is looking beautiful as seas are calm and winds are low, but will be picking up on Sunday! Get your reservations in at oregon-inlet.com, over the phone at 252-441-6301, or by coming in and seeing us at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center!
Miss Oregon Inlet is doing great with sea mullet and grey trout! She has availability everyday through Sunday! Grab your tix at missoregoninlet.com, in-person at OIFC, or over the phone at the number above!
The gentlemen that made it offshore today brought in quite the bounty! All meat fish for our anglers. Lots of tunas, limits of mahi, and even a wahoo.
Our nearshore crews are still catching bluefish and spanish mackerel.
And the inshore fleet are still having a good time with the red drum as well as bringing in plenty of speckled trout.
Miss Oregon Inlet went out and caught grey trout, sea mullet, pigs, pins, spot, and croaker. She has plenty of availability for Wednesday's excursion.
Safari Dolphin Tours are also still operating, and have tickets available for Wednesday at 10am as well as Thursday at 3pm.
For charter inquires or reservations, give us a call at 252-441-6301!
We had a huge day here at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center. There were 25 offshore boats that set out this morning, and they returned with catches of wahoo, yellowfin tuna, blackfin tuna and limits of dolphin.
Nearshore boats pulled in king mackerel and speckled trout, while inshore boats had limits of speckled trout and puppy drum.
Our boats will not be fishing tomorrow, as we have a tropical disturbance on its way to pay us a visit.
Hope everyone has a good weekend
Our offshore boats were finally able to make it out today, after all the inclement weather we have been experiencing! The boats returned with great catches of citation wahoo, limits of dolphin, blackfin tuna and a few yellowfin tuna.
Nearshore boats had luck with striped bass, and inshore boats brought in speckled trout.
We have room on Miss Oregon Inlet for tomorrow, which sails at 8:00 am. If you are interested you can book on line at missoregoninlet.com, or come to the fishing center around 7:00 am to purchase your tickets.
Good fishing for our crews today! Miss Oregon Inlet headboat had a nice variety of spot, sea mullet, grey trout, pig fish, pin fish, sea robin, and black sea bass. Our in-shore fleet are still catching limits of speckled trout, and some bluefish. Near-shore crews brought back nice amounts of spanish mackerel, and bluefish as well. And lastly, the off-shore guys brought back good sized mahi, tuna, and a few wahoo.
For any inquiries or reservations, stop by or give us call at 252-441-6301!
The winds tried to keep us in again today, but not all of us!
For the offshore charters that braved the ocean, they returned with plenty of mahi and yellow and black fin tunas.
Nearshore crews did well with spanish mackerel, bluefish and ribbon fish.
For all fishing trip inquiries, reservations, or ticket sales, give us a call at 252-441-6307!