Fish hit the docks hard Monday after 24 of our offshore vessels came back into the creek. Limits of king mackerel, tilefish and a good mixed bag of mahi dolphin, yellowfin and blackfin tunas. We can only imagine how good our anglers dinners were. Don't you want your catch on your plate? Give us at call at (252)-441-6301 or check us out at oregon-inlet.com to book a trip today!
Offshore charters caught lots of King Mackerel, with some limits. There were some blackfin and dolphin brought in, not to mention a limit of cobia.
Nearshore and inshore boats also had lots of cobia and drum.
If you're wanting to get in on the action, give us a call at (252)441-6301, or go on our website oregon-inlet.com to book a charter, or just check out the boats!
We had twenty six of our offshore boats out fishing today, as the winds finally abated. The came back with quite a wide variety of fish. There were some yellowfin tuna, blackfin tuna, dolphin, King mackerel (some boats had limits), tile fish and a sailfish release.
Our nearshore boats had catches of black drum.
If you are interested in getting in on the action, give us a call at (252)441-6301, or go on our website, oregon-inlet.com, to book a charter.
We did have about five offshore boats out today, but due to the windy conditions fishing was slower than usual. The boats did bring in some yellowfin tuna, dolphin and wahoo.
Nearshore trips caught sea mullet and false albacore. Inshore trips saw good drum and releases of trout.
What an exceptional day of fishing!!!!Looks like the dolphin have made their way back here. There were multiple catches of dolphin, one boat came in with 50 of them. Aside from the dolphin there were catches of yellowfin tuna, blackfin tuna, lots of king mackerel, wahoo and albacore. There was also a sailfish release!
Nearshore trips had catches of sea bass (catch and release), ribbon fish and catfish. Inshore had great catches of puppy drum on both morning and afternoon trips.
We had 16 offshore boats out on Tuesday and they returned to the marina with yellowfin tuna, blackfin tuna and wahoo.
The nearshore trips had catch and release sea bass, and inshore had catches of drum, trout, and catch and release flounder.
Today, 4/21/21 we only had five offshore boats boasting catches of yellowfin, blackfin, citation wahoo and albacore, not to mention king mackerel and some gaffer dolphin!
Nearshore had catch and release sea bass, and inshore had a limit of drum and small trout.
Our offshore boats today returned with multiple species of fish, to include Dolphin, King Mackerel, Blackfin tuna and False Albacore.
Nearshore boats caught ribbon fish and catch and release sea bass and a Black Drum, while our inshore trip had great Red Drum, trout and flounder which was catch and release.
What a great day of fishing we had today here at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center! The offshore boats returned with great catches of yellowfin tuna, some of the boats had limits. There was also lots of blackfin tuna brought in as well. A wahoo was on the line but managed to get away, and there was a blue marlin release.
Inshore had catches of puppy drum and catch and release flounder.
If you're interested in a fishing trip, give us a call at (252)441-6301 and our booking staff will hook you up!
The season is starting of well! Today, we had about 6 boats arrive before 1 PM, with their limits of yellowfin tuna! Others trickled in throughout the day, and our docks saw more yellowfin as well as blackfin and some mahi! Nearshore fishing has been a slower start, but they're still catching shad and catfish! Those captains can't wait for the cobia bite to roll through!
You can check availability online, in person, or by giving us a call at 252-441-6301!
Even though this morning started out overcast and foggy, we still had some offshore boats set out for a day of fishing.
The offshore boats returned with catches of yellowfin and blackfin tuna. Our nearshore trips brought in catfish and and some sea bass.
If you are interested in a fishing trip, give us a call at 252-441-6301 to book a trip, or book on our website which is oregon-inlet.com
The catches seem to be picking up day by day. Today we had 8 offshore boats out fishing and they returned with great catches of yellowfin tuna, some boats just shy of their limits. There was also a king mackerel brought in as well.
Nearshore boats are still reeling in catfish and dog sharks.
If you're interested in trying your luck fishing we have Offshore (Gulf Stream) trips, Nearshore and Inshore boats available. Give us a call at 252-441-6301 and let us hook you up with the trip of your choice!
Today we only had one boat brave the rough seas. The trip paid off well, as they returned with multiple Yellowfin Tuna, one Dolphin and one Wahoo.
If you're thinking about a fishing trip, give us a call at 252-441-6301. We can get you set up with the charter that best suits your needs. We have offshore charters (Gulf Stream trip), nearshore charters and inshore charters. We can hook you up!
Sounded like it was a bouncy ride to the fishing grounds this morning, thankfully the bite made up for it. Yellow fin tuna, black fin tuna, albacore, wahoo, mahi mahi, and an 85 inch mako are what our docks saw today.
Nearshore folks caught dog sharks and released some big ole red drum!
On the sound side Sneaky Pete found puppy drum and speckled trout.
Give us a ring or go online for more information on your offshore, nearshore or inshore private charter!
The marina was empty today, just about every boat was out fishing!
Our offshore boats had excellent results with limits of king mackerel, blackfin tuna, yellowfin tuna with a 76 lb. citation and there was even a sailfish release.
Nearshore charters had excellent catches of Spanish mackerel and bluefish.
Inshore charters had great pf speckled trout, drum and bluefish.
Get in on the fun and give us a call at (252)441-6301, or go on our website oregon-inlet.com and book a charter of your own!
From bow to stern, the 57 foot Billy Baum custom, “Dream Girl” lays in slip number seventeen on the west side of the creek. The Dream Girl is the only boat at Oregon Inlet with a tower specifically designed for tuna fishing. Cruising to the fishing grounds at about 24 knots powered by twin Cat-C 12s, the Dream Girl has been fishing out of Oregon Inlet for more than 50 years. Builder and owner, Billy Baum ran her until 2000 after 50 seasons fishing out of Oregon Inlet and 32 winter seasons in Florida. She has been in the family and taken over 60,000 people fishing in her time. In the bridge the captain is equipped with a full navigational system and fish finder electronics. A sizable cabin is furnished with comfortable sofas, a bathroom, air conditioning and microwave all there to bring at home comfort to the gulf stream. In the cockpit you’ll find three chairs, all with straps for safety while cranking in your catch. Dreaming but not sleeping, she is prepared for all kinds of fishing with a large fish box and over 30 rods and reels, spinning tackle, heavy tackle, standup, TLD’s, bailing rods, and down riggers. The crew has gear ready for casting, chunking, trolling, deep water, spreader bars, and dangler baits with kites.
Just as many captains do, Jason Snead started as a mate in the area and worked his way to captain on several commercial and private charter boats on the east coast. In 2004 Captain Jason took over the helm of the beauty blue boat and in 2009 was named Oregon Inlet Captain of the year. Jason enjoys each and every fishing trip offshore but also enjoys life on the island with his family!
For a full day offshore fishing on the Dream Girl it cost $2,268. This includes everything you need for fishing except for your lunch and beverages for the day. Oregon Inlet requires a deposit of half and recommends a mate tip of 15-20%. Leaving around five in the morning and slapping fish on the docks at about four in evening, at this time our fish cleaners will be ready to give your catch a quick clean for an extra fee; which is anywhere from .45 cents to .75 cents a pound. Quick, get your coolers and book the Dream Girl for 2021 tuna season!