How do shellfish get to the hospital?
In a CLAMbulance.
Out in the big blue today the offshore fleet came in with yellow fin, mahi and tile fish. There was a blue and white marlin released today. Near shore, running parallel along the beach they caught drum, false albacore, ribbon fish and spanish mackerel. Inshore had a good day bringing in speckled trout, spotted trout, sheepshead and amberjacks.
You know you wish you were out there today! We have a availability open this weekend, so give us a call at (252) 441-6301 or check us out at www.oregon-inlet.com.
Why did the fish get bad grades?
Because it was below C level.
Offshore came in today with yellow fin tuna, mahi, big eye tuna and wahoo. A few fights on white and blue marlin.
Nearshore caught spanish mackerel, false albacore and ribbon fish. Inshore hit the docks with trout and drum.
Let us help you get on your next fishing adventure! Call us at (252) 441-6301 or visit us at www.oregon-inlet.com.
Blue Marlin - Released
103lb - Big Eye
174lb - Big Eye
113lb - Big Eye
100lb - Big Eye
40lb - Wahoo
(no whales were seen, caught nor harmed)
Offshore boats had great catches of yellow fin tuna, mahi mahi, wahoo and tile fish today!
Nearshore folks caught ribbon fish and Spanish mackerel.
Inshore fellas are still catching puppy drum and speckled trout.
Citations for today:
1 released white marlin
70 lb yellow fin tuna
Yellow fins for supper for the offshore fleet, again!
Nearshore boats are steady fighting ribbons!
Inshore fellas are still catching speckled trout and puppy drum.
We've got some scattered availibility, call or go online to book your trip!
What do sea monsters eat for lunch?
Fish and ships.
Inshore today came in with speckled trout and drum. Nearshore had a spanish mackerel, false albacore and ribbon fish hit the docks. Offshore today caught yellow fin tuna, big eye tuna, mahi and tile fish. White and blue marlin releases as well.
6 WHITE MARLIN - Released
3 BLUE MARLIN - Released
Lets get you on the fight if your life! Call us and book your trip today at 252-441-6301 or visit us at www.oregon-inlet.com
What do you call a tuna wearing a tie?
What an awesome day down here at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center. Our anglers all came in happy with nothing but smiles and their catches of course! Offshore came in with yellow fin tuna, big eye tuna, wahoo, mahi-mahi and tile fish. Many fights today releasing blue and white marlins. Near shore had good fishing with ribbon fish, false albacore, spanish mackerel and moonfish. Inshore caught puppy drum and speckled trout today!
2 - 24in Released Speckle Trout
100# Big Eye Tuna
2 - Released White Marlin
3 - Released Blue Marlin
Most boats trickled in by lunch time today with limits of tuna. Customers reeled in big eye tuna, yellow fin tuna and dolphin. There was also a couple blue marlin releases as well!
Nearshore fellas are fishing for ribbon fish, albacore, Spanish mackerel and blue fish.
Inshore boats caught speckled trout, puppy drum and croaker.
Citations for today:
2 released blue marlin
1 released shark
100 lb big eye tuna
What a beautiful day on the Outer Banks! The offshore fleet came in today with a great mixed catch of mahi, yellowfin tuna, big eye tuna, bonita, tile, wahoo, grouper, barracuda and amber-jack. One sailfish released.
Nearshore had good day with ribbon fish, false albacore, blue fish and spanish mackerel.
Inshore came in with some pretty puppy drum, speckled trout and blue fish.
13# Tile Fish
16# Tile Fish
15# Tile Fish
100# Big Eye
Give us a call today at 252-441-6301 or visit us a www.oregon-inlet.com!
Today our offshores had limits of mahi, some yellowfin and blackfin tuna, as well as a few blue marlin releases and a sailfish release! Nearshores had a good morning with king mackerel, spanish mackerel, and amberjacks, but reported a slower afternoon with some more kings and a cobia. Inshores had a great day with great speckled trout and drum fishing all day long!
Only a few of our offshore boats made it out today. They came in with limits of mahi and some yellow fin tuna. Nearshore caught king and spanish mackerel, drum, false albacore and cobia. Nearshore had a great day with puppy drum and speckled trout. A little bumpy out there today but all anglers were still as happy as clams.
70# Yellow Fin
74# Yellow Fin
84# Yellow Fin
We are booking up fast, even for next year, don't miss out! Give us a call at 252-441-6301 or visit us at our website www.oregon-inlet.com.
Offshore boats reeled in big eye tuna, yellow fin tuna, dolphin, tile fish, wahoo and released a white marlin, sailfish and a few blue marlins.
Nearshore fellas are still catching bluefish and Spanish mackerel.
Inshore boats are steady with speckled trout and puppy drum.
Citations for today:
2 - Blue Marlin, released
White Marlin, released
Sailfish - released
72# Yellow Fin
86# Yellow Fin
73# Yellow Fin
71# Yellow Fin
79# Yellow Fin
77# Yellow Fin
We've got some scattered availability the next couple weeks, give us a call at (252)441-6301 to book your trip!
Mahi-mahi, yellow fin tuna, big eye tuna, seabass and tile fish hit the docks today from offshore. There was a released blue marlin and a sail fish.
Near shore came in with false albacore, spanish mackerel, bluefish, red drum, and even some king mackerel.
Inshore did great with bluefish, puppy drum and trout.
Give us a call at 252-441-6301 or visit our website at www.oregon-inlet.com.
72# Yellow Fin
124# Big Eye
Released Blue Marlin
Released Sail Fish
What a beautiful Monday! Today the offshore fleet came in with tile fish, mahi-mahi, yellow fin tuna and big eye tuna with a few releases of blue marlin. Nearshore had a great day with triggerfish, red drum, false albacore and spanish mackerel. Our inshore boats came to the dock with puppy drum and limits of speckled trout.
We are booking up fast, give us a call today at (252)-441-6301 or visit us at oregon-inlet.com and book our trip.
BIG EYE TUNA
YEllOW FIN TUNA
Busy day for the offshore fleet! Big tunas and plenty of mahi.
Our nearshore guys are still throwing spanish mackerel and bluefish to the docks; one crew even came back talking about a released cobia!
The inshore guys took a well deserved day off today, but will be right back on the bite tomorrow.
To book your next big adventure, give us a call at 252-441-6301 or check things out online at oregon-inlet.com
Finally a beautiful day out at sea! The weather this past week has held us back but we were so happy to see an empty creek fill back up with our beautiful boats unloading fish onto the docks. A good amount of off shore boats came in early today with rest following not to far behind. Mahi, yellow fin, big eye, tile fish, wahoo and seabass came in, with a few releases of blue and white marlin. Nearshore had a great day catching spanish mackerel, drum and cobia. Inshore brought in some good sized speckled trout, bluefish and puppy drum.
Let's get you out on the catch of a life time, give us a call at 252-441-6301 or visit us at www.oregon-inlet.com.