We have some windy weather coming our way this weekend.Some our fishermen took advantage of today's weather. There was good Black Fin today with limits of Mahi. Our Inshore Captains caught limits of Speckled Trout and Bluefish.
Let's not forget our "Rock Star," Miss Oregon. There were reports of the following fish caught: Flounder, Sea Mullet, Bluefish, Croakers, Sea Robin, Sea Bass, Pigfish and Pinfish.
Robert Tierney of East Aurora, NY, caught a White Marlin release.
Joseph Shaw of Kingsport, TN, caught a 47" Red Drum release.
Richard Bunke of Algonquin, IL, caught an 82 lb Wahoo.
Today the fishing and the weather were splendid! What a day to be out on a boat! Offshore had good Yellow Fin and Black Fin Tuna. Near Shore had an abundant of Spanish Mackerel. Our Inshore Captains were catching great Speckled Trout. They were also catching good King Mackerel and Puppy Drum.
Morgan Fields of Appling, GA, caught a 70lb. Yellow Fin Tuna.
Thursday brought another mixed bag of wind and waves, but Friday turned out to be gorgeous! With a large majority of our off-shore boats fishing today, we were hopeful for some nice catches arriving back to the docks and we were not disappointed! Fishboxes were filled with good numbers of black-fin tuna, some yellow-fin tuna, and mahi. There is good boat availability and we've got some good weather forecasts! Give us a call and let's get your day out on the water!
Anglers Near-Shore and In-Shore continue to enjoy good fishing, pulling in keeper drum, speckled trout, spanish mackerel, and bluefish. Congrats to Gerald Voiles on earning a trophy citation for his 48" red drum release! There is good availability on several boats and we're ready to take you fishing!
Miss Oregon Inlet is getting close to wrapping up her 2018 season! We will be hosting the Lions Club V.I.P. Tourney on Tuesday, October 23 and we've got our fingers for great weather for our amazing anglers! Come on out and cheer them on!
Give us a call to grab your spot behind the reel 1-800-272-5199 or visit our homepage to book online.
Some days are better than others, when it comes to fall weather. We may fish today and stay home tomorrow, but we'll get in every day possible.
Anglers Near-Shore and In-Shore are still enjoying some great days on the water. There were some nice speckled trout landed today as well as some great spanish mackerel and bluefish catches. With spanish mackerel catches weighing in up to 9 lbs this week, maybe one of our skilled captains can get you on the sweet spot to catch that state record breaker fish! Give us a call and try your luck 1-800-272-5199!
Boats sailed today and enjoyed a good day of fishing, with off-shore anglers bringing in some yellow-fin, black-fin, and big-eye tuna, as well as a few wahoo. Congrats to Brent Robertson for pulling in a 126 lb big-eye tuna! Nice work!
Miss Oregon Inlet has tickets available and advanced purchase is recommended. Give us a call 1-800-272-5199, visit us at the Booking Desk, or purchase online at www.missoregoninlet.com.
I guess the storm got things moving and shaking in the ocean because today was another good day of fishing. Black Fin and Yellow Fin Tuna are the talk down here at the Nostalgic Oregon Inlet. Approximately 50 years ago, we started out taking charter boat reservations in the back of Sam and Omies Restaurant. Just a little tidbit of history for our anglers! Feels like we have been here forever.
Derrick Creef of Elizabeth City, NC, caught a 40lb 20oz Wahoo.
Anglers were welcomed to a chilly start this morning, but had a fairly calm ocean after the storm. Anglers off-shore enjoyed some busy reel action, pulling in black-fin tuna, yellow-fin tuna, and limits of mahi. Congrats to Jackson Creschzo and Willie Dillard on earning trophy citations for their 20 lb black-fin tuna. There is good availability for immediate booking. We are working on assembling Make-Up charters this week and already have a few individuals signed up. Submit your request here in person at the booking desk or on our homepage.
Anglers Near-Shore and In-Shore enjoyed some great spanish mackerel catches yesterday, inching ever so closely to breaking the state record. Congrats to Owen Adelman on pulling in a 9 lb beast, a mere 4 lbs .01 oz shy of taking the title set back in 1987. He did earn the title of the heaviest spanish mac brought in to the fishing center this season. Congrats to Richard Quitiquit on his 8 lb beauty, earning him a trophy citation, as well.
Miss Oregon Inlet did not fish today, but tickets are available on all trips next week. Advanced purchase is recommended and tickets may be purchased in person at the booking desk, online at www.missoregoninlet.com, or by phone 1-800-272-5199.
Fall fishing on the Outer Banks is always an adventure! Come on down and find your thrill!
Today was crazy with the White Marlin Releases! The weather is stirring things up in the ocean for our Offshore guys. Inshore is catching Speckled Trout, Flounder and Bottom Fish.
Miss Oregon Inlet is catching keeper Flounder, Sea Mullet, Pig Fish, Pin Fish and Sea Bass.
WHITE MARLIN RELEASES
Sean Dunn of Lynchburg, VA
Brandon Wickline of Wirtz, VA
David Weehs of Bedford, VA
Kit Tangen of Poulsbo, WA
Chris Puma of Powells Point, NC
Ron Whaley of West Milford, NJ
Julia Jenne of Huntington NY
Robert Tils of Huntington Station, NY
James Heath of Richmond, VA
John Broons of Tappahannock, VA
Christopher Ambrose of Caret, VA
Offshore fishing had another great day! Yellow Fin and Black Fin Tuna with limits of Mahi. Nearshore fishing consisted of Blues, Spanish Mackerel and Albacore. Our Inshore Fishermen caught Speckled Trout and Spanish Mackerel.
Miss Oregon Inlet had another impressive day. Catches on this party boat consisted of keeper Flounder. Bluefish, Sea Bass, Pig Fish and Pin Fish.
WHITE FIN RELEASES
Brandon Bitting of Apex, NC
Mark Brackenridge of Clifton Forge, VA
Joseph Midkiff of Clifton Forge, VA
Tim Labor of Clifton Forge, VA
Samuel Stapleton of Covington, VA
Spencer Cline of Newton, NC
Charles Morris III of Morganton, NC
Good Fishing Today! Great fishing Offshore. We had White Marlin releases. Let's not forget the Yellow Fin Tuna. Our Nearshore Captains reported great fishing: Blues, Spanish Mackerel, and Albacore. Also, our Inshore Captains reported spectacular Grey Trout fishing.
Our Headboat has been our little "Rock Star" here at the Oregon Inlet! We are catching Blues, Pigs, Puffers, Stripers, Sea Robin, and keeper Flounder.
Bailey Dickerson of Wanchese, NC
Blue Marlin Releases
Melissa Dickerson of Wanchese, NC
Dennis Dickerson of Wanchese, NC
White Marlin Releases
Jonathon Siersema of Fairless Hill, PA
Jessica Gray of Cortland, NY
Bailey Dickerson of Wanchese, NC
Sharon Daugherty of Berlin, MD
William Brill Jr. of Culpeper VA
James Kori of Reva VA
Sunday didn't disappoint, either. From an amazing sunrise to fish in the box, our anglers were treated to another fantastic October day on the Outer Banks. And, it was another day of trophy citations being earned. Congrats to our anglers: Kiristopher Harrison - 24 lb black-fin tuna, Daniel Callahan - 75 lb wahoo, Kim Gilbert - white marlin release, Bob Mastriema - white marlin release, and Michael Whalen - 36 lb mahi! Nice work!
Nothing cowardly about our anglers venturing out today! After our captains navigated the bar, the race was on to pull in yellow-fin, black-fin, mahi, and wahoo. A big story was a 71 lb wahoo landed by Gary Gaddy. Gary and his friends with the Guiseppe Guerillmo Memorial Scholarship group took over 5 boats today and enjoyed some amazing fishing! Congrats to Mark Jordan, Jason Owen, Justin Owen, Jeff Sater, and Brian Yates on white marlin releases. Great work, guys! We were also proud to host Tinder Wholesale aboard 4 boats today as they celebrated 20+ years of fishing out of Oregon Inlet Fishing Center! We were more than honored to host a great group of our nation's finest, retired and active duty, aboard the Escape: thank you for your service!!
Near-Shore angler, Emily Vayo, was not to be left out, earning herself a trophy citation for a 6.6 lb spanish mackerel! Super work, Emily! Other near-shore anglers pulled in good numbers of spanish macs, nearly making the trophy weight.
In-shore anglers enjoyed a good day of fishing, as well. Speckled trout, spanish macks, and bluefish filled the fish boxes today.
Miss Oregon Inlet anglers had a busy day on the reels, pulling in some good keeper flounder, sea mullet, sea robin, pigs, pins, and striped bass. Tickets are available and advanced purchase is recommended. Visit www.missoregoninlet.com or purchase by phone 1-800-272-5199.
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