We had an AWESOME day of fishing today at the Oregon Inlet! We had great numbers of Big Eye and Yellow Fin Tuna. Our Offshore fleet also caught a few Black Fins. Thank you from Up Above!
Karl Knudsen of Raleigh, NC, caught a 49 lb. Wahoo.
Jackson Davis of Beaufort, SC, caught a 41 lb. Wahoo.
Daniel Girovard of Zion Cross Roads, VA, caught a 142 lb. Big Eye Tuna.
Karl Knudsen of Raleigh, NC, caught a 139 lb. Big Eye Tuna.
Charles Watkeys of Greenville, NC, caught a 232 lb. Big Eye Tuna.
Josh Schott, of Beaufort, SC, caught a 102 lb. Big Eye Tuna.
First of all, Happy Birthday Norma! Norma is booking desk boss and is one of our celebrities at the Fishing Center who does our fishing report every morning on Beach 104.
Because of the wicked winds at the Oregon Inlet, our Offshore Fleet had a break today. However, a few of our Inshore Captains did venture out. They caught a large amount of Stripers and had one Red Drum release.
Preston Jones of Midlothian, VA, caught a Red Drum release, 50 inches.
So, We have had some windy days down here at the Oregon Inlet. Our Offshore Captains were able to catch a little Wahoo, Black Fin and Yellow Fin Tuna, and Mahi. We had a Sailfish release also. One of our Inshore Captains caught a few Stripers and Speckled Trout.
Roy Hammock of Franklin, VA, caught and released a Sailfish.
Today was a little rough and choppy offshore. I think we are in for a rough couple of days here at the Oregon Inlet. The rain and wind combination is making it tough to fish. Our Offshore Captains had good numbers of Black Fin and Yellow Fin Tuna. They also caught Maui. Our Inshore Captains caught alot of Speckled Trout.
George Hall of Woodbridge, VA, caught a 55 lb. Wahoo.