Tunas are here. Tunas are there. Tunas everywhere! Yellowfin to be more specific. We also had some blackfin tunas as well as some mahi and king mackerel. Tomorrow looks like the wind may kick up a bit, jeopardizing some fishing time. But never count on the forecast here, it can change on a dime.
Our guys were in the meat Saturday! Good mixes of yellowfin and blackfin tunas as well as some mahi and wahoo came from 9 boats that went offshore! We even had a nearshore come in with a fishing report of blacktips, bluefish, and false albacore. The season is picking up, make sure you experience it here first hand with some of the best captains on the East Coast!
It's Monday and even the fish were dragging their feet a little at first. But luckily our only boat fishing today was ready; they came back to the dock with 2 yellow fin and 3 false albacore tunas. Plenty of openings for the rest of the week for those itching to go!
If you like yellow fin tuna and were waiting on a sign to get out there and catch them yourself, here it is! Our fleet crushed it today, and snagged a few mahi along the way. Check out the pics and see for yourself! Call or book online to become a part of the action.
Only a couple of blackfin tunas were reported back to us from our offshore fleet, as well as some dog sharks for the nearshore guys. TGIF! Because Saturday looks as if the weather might behave for our 10 boats going out. Stay tuned for another fishing report tomorrow or become a part of the action by reserving right here online!
We were fortunate enough to get two offshore boats out to the fishing grounds today, and the return was something to brag about! Totaling 18 yellowfin, it's only going to get better from here. Make sure to book your experience now! We have empty spots on a make up trip for this upcoming weekend, so be sure to go online or stop by the fishing center to sign up.
Wow! How about those winds last night? Crazy, Right? There are 0 boats that went out today. Currently, it is absolutely beautiful with little wind. The weather changes on a dime down here at the Oregon Inlet. Come visit us and tell us what you think of our renovations!
Dark skies and expected winds have left our fleet sitting in their slips today. Over the winter our captains and mates have worked hard painting, prepping and getting back in time to catch some of the first bit of yellow fin tuna action. While they have had some luck over the weekend, this afternoon they will set the scene for the new Marc Basnight Bridge ribbon-cutting ceremony.
OMG! Absolutely Gorgeous outside today! The temperature is approx. 72 degrees and sunny. We had 6 boats go out today with all kinds of reports of Yellow Fin Tuna. We have travelers stopping by to check out the store. Alot of fishing stories are shared here with alot of memories and smiles. Put us on your Bucket List!