Our offshore boats set out this morning under cloudy skies, however that did not put a damper on the angler's day. The boats arrived back this afternoon with great catches of Dolphin, many of which were gaffers and limits. There was also a variety of Big Eye Tuna, some Yellowfin Tuna and a Blue Marlin release.
Nearshore charters had good catches of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish, and inshore trips did well with catches of Speckled Trout, Bluefish, Flounder and Red Drum.
Miss Oregon Inlet had catches of Flounder, Croaker and Spot.
Come on down and book a charter of your own, or call us at (252)441-6301 and we will assist you with booking the charter of your choice.
It may have been an overcast day today, but is sure was a great day for Big Eye Tuna! We had 27 offshore boats out today and they returned with huge amounts of citation Big Eye Tuna. There were also catches of Dolphin, Yellowfin Tuna and Wahoo to add to the mix.
Our nearshore boats also had great catches of Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, Bluefish, Albacore and Moonfish.
We have plenty of room left for Monday morning on Miss Oregon Inlet, so come on down and do some fishing. The boat sails at 7:00am so get here around 6:30 to buy your ticket, or you can book on line at www.missoregoninlet.com.
Don't forget about our Safari Tours! Come and watch the Dolphins dance around the boat. We need 9 people for the boat to sail. Trips are 10:00-12:00, 12:30 - 2:30 and 3:00-5:00. There is also a sundown cruise from 5:30-7:30. Call us as (252)441-6301 to book the time of your choice.
Despite cooler temps and dreary skies most of our fleet still went out for a day of fishing. Bigeye Tuna was ripe for the picking today for our offshore anglers!!! Several citations were issued for the Bigeyes ranging from 114 lbs to 246 lbs!! Also on the lines were a few Yellowfin Tuna and Mahi. Overall, our customers were happy with their catches. Our Inshore fishermen/women also had some nice catches on the end of their lines. Our docks were lined with blues, Spanish Mackrel, Red Drum, Speckled Trout and False Albacore!!
Miss Oregon Inlet has plenty of spots available for tomorrow!! As well as our Safari Dolphin Tours. You can reserve your spot on either boat by purchasing your ticket at the reservations desk, calling 252-441-6301 or online. www.MissOregonInlet.com or SafariToursOBX.com. Our Offshore charter bookings are filling quickly. Give us a call at 252-441-6301 or stop by the reservations desk for any questions!!
The days fly by too quickly so make your memories while you can!! Book your spot today... don't let your boat sail without you!! ~~ Kelly ~~
Today the Outer Banks weather got the best of our offshore fleet. All offshore guys took a break from steady fishing to doing some dockside work. But, our nearshore fleet scored the bluefish, Spanish mackerel and albacore! As for our inshore fleet, including the head boat, they caught some keeper flounder, spot, croaker, pin fish, pig fish, and a couple trout in the mix!
Let's hope the bad weather holds off for our offshore fleet to make it out tomorrow!
Today was a rough day for fishing as the winds picked up. Offshore fleet did come in with some limits on mahi, with some gaffers at that. Tuna's are coming back, with a few bigeye citations coming in, as big as 210lbs! Woo-hoo for wahoo as we are starting to see more and more of them!
Our nearshore fleet did quite well today, as the bluefish were good and many caught some spanish mackerel and albacore!
Inshore guys brought in speckled trout, bluefish, and ribbon fish. Miss Oregon Inlet reeled in some flounder, pigfish, pinfish, and sea mullet! She's sailing twice a day so book your trip soon at missoregoninlet.com
Today was a great day for fishin'!!! The temperature was great, winds were mild and the SUN was shining again! All of our booked boats went out & returned with some nice catches. Fishing was a little slow for some, while others found a sweet spot in the water. Citations were issued today for a 65 pound Wahoo and a 104 POUND Yellowfin Tuna!! Two other citations were issued today for a 46 pound Golden Tilefish and Spanish Mackrel at 6 pound,10 oz!!! Our Offshore anglers brought in Tuna (false albacore & yellowfin), Mahi, Tilefish, Sea Bass and Wahoo! ~~ Our Nearshore & Inshore anglers brought home Bluefish, Speckeled trout, Flounder, Spanish mackrel, puffer fish, pig fish and pin fish.
Our Offshore Charters are booking quickly for the month. We are currently accepting Make-Up Charter reservations, contingent upon having a boat available for our Make-up groups. If you would like to book a Make-up charter you may do so online or at our reservations desk in the Ships Store. Call or read the Terms and Conditions on our website for more details on booking a makeup charter.
Safari will set sail tomorrow at 3:00 for a Dolphin Watching Tour, there are a few seats still available for this trip. Book online at , call 252-441-6301 or stop in at the reservations desk to book your seat today for future trips!
Ya'll come on down to see us at Oregon-Inlet Fishing Center! Book with us and let's make those memories happen!! ~~ Kelly ~~
Our day started out with a few challenges with inclement weather on the forecast, but, our skilled captains went out despite the choppy waters.
Yesterday and today offshore fishing was much better than the weather! There were catches of Blackfin Tuna, Big Eye Tuna, lots of Mahi and limits of tilefish!! Citations were issued for Big Eye Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna and a Sailfish release!! Our inshore anglers lined our docks with Bluefish and Speckled Trout, Sea Mullet, puffer fish, pig fish and lots of keeper sized flounder!!
We had a glitch with our booking website today, but it has been fixed. If you had any issues with booking a charter during that time, give us a call at the reservations desk at 252-441-6301 to book your charter!
Miss Oregon Inlet is set to sail tomorrow morning with 18 seats available and needs 2 more people to book for the afternoon in order to sail! Get your ticket at MissOregonInlet.com or stop in at the reservations desk.
Safari Dolphin Tours is taking reservations to claim yours seat on our pontoon boat visit the reservations desk, call 252-441-6301 or go online at SafariToursOBX.com
Come on in to visit with us and book your memories today! ~Kelly~
Today we had a mixed bag of fishing following the stormy weather from yesterday and last night. All of our boats went out this morning. Despite reports of slow fishing our offshore anglers speckled the docks with Tilefish, Black Drum, Sea Bass, Mahi, Gaffers, Yellowfin Tuna, and Blackfin Tuna. Two citations were issued today. One for a 30 pound Mahi and the other for a Sailfish which was released!! A 132 pound Bigeye Tuna was also hauled in today! That was a nice catch!
Our nearshore anglers took home Blues, Albacore, King Mackrel and Spanish Mackrel. Inshore vessels and Miss Oregon Inlet brought in catches of speckled trout, pig fish, pin fish, black sea bass and lots of keeper sized flounder!!
Miss Oregon Inlet does not sail on Sundays, but, there are spaces available for a trip on Monday morning!! Call or go online to MissOregonInlet.com to reserve your spot on our headboat. Safari Dolphin Tour will need a min of 9 people in order to sail, give us a call, stop in at our reservations desk or go online to SafariToursOBX.com to reserve your seats. Our bookings for Offshore, Nearshore and inshore are filling fast!! You can reserve your next fishing excursion with our skilled captains and mates by stopping by our reservations desk, by phone at 252-441-6301, or by booking online here on Oregon-Inlet.com.
Come by and see us now ya hear? ~ Crew ~
Offshore fishing was a blast today with catches as soon as the lines hit the water! Nice hauls came in with Gaffers, Tile fish, and a few Mahi. There were also a few citation qualifiers with Big Eye Tuna weighing in at 157 POUNDS! WHOA that was a huge one! Another happy angler hooked a Big Eye weighing in at 140's range!! Our docks have been colored nicely with Yellowfin Tuna today! The largest we have on record was 122 pounds & another at 82 pounds. Unfortunately, some of our anglers took a hit with their yellowfin catches when the sharks stopped by for lunch.
Nearshore anglers brought in mostly Cobia. One citation was issued for a 40 pound Cobia!! Not too shabby!!
Inshore fishing was a bit slower due to the warmer water temps today. Regardless, our docks were lined with blues, speckled trout, flounder, Red Drum and a few spinner sharks.
Miss Oregon Inlet will be sailing tomorrow! There are a few spots left on the boat! Come on in and get your tickets, call 252-441-6301 or book online at MissOregonInlet.com.
Unfortunately, we had no pics to post with our report for today. I guess you'll just have to take my word for it on the big ones we brought in and "the big ones that got away!" Until tomorrow ~ Kelly
Yesterday, our offshore boats were extremely happy with the awesome amount of big-eye tunas making it to the docks! There were 28 CITATIONS for big-eyes yesterday!
The bluefish were terrific yesterday, as nearshore captains brought in plentiful amounts of 'em! Spanish and king mackerel are great as well, and cobias are getting huge! Some ribbon fish were also snagged!
The inshore fleet was seeing speckled trout along with bluefish.
Miss Oregon Inlet was flingin' in the flounder as usual!
Today was a good day for mahi-mahi fishing as offshore boats brought in limits on mahi! Tons of gaffers! Tunas died down after the party we had with them yesterday, but a couple still made in onto the docks.
Our nearshore boats were seeing false albacores, spanish and king mackerels, cobia, and bluefish!
The inshore fleet has been spotting more red drum and more speckled trout. One of our boats went shark fishing today as well!
Fishing was pretty good today! Offshore vessels hauled in a good variety of catches with Dolphin, Gaffers, and a few Tuna. One happy angler hauled in a citation qualifier: a 35 pound Cobia! There were 2 other amazing catches on separate boats: One White marlin and one Blue marlin were caught and released.
Near shore boats brought in Cobia, Blues and Spanish mackerel. One happy angler hauled in a 58 pound Cobia!! Now that is a NICE citation!!
Inshore fishermen snagged a few keeper size flounder, sea mullet, pins and puffers.
Miss Oregon inlet is booked for a private sail tomorrow and will not be available for booking to the general public. Bookings are open for Memorial Day and she is set to sail Monday morning! Call us at 441-6301 or come in to purchase your tickets for Miss Oregon Inlet. You may also go online to www.MissOregonInlet.com
We are currently booking for our Safari tours. Bookings are needed for the 1 PM trip at this time. Call us or go online to www.safaritoursOBX.com
Come on by to see us to book your next adventure!! Make those memories NOW as time goes by too quickly!!
Today was a pretty good day for our offshore fleet, many coming in with tons of mahi-mahi gaffers. Tuna fishing hasn’t been so great, but today we had a few yellow-fin and one black-fin tuna reach the docks!
Our nearshore fleet has been bringing in copious amounts of bluefish and spanish mackerel, with a citation for a 55 pound cobia! Nice! The inshore fleet has also been bringing in blues, as well as striped bass, flounder, sea trout, and a few cobias as well!
Today was a bad day for the sea mullet as our headboat Miss Oregon Inlet absolutely killed it today with them.. In the words of captain Chris Crockett, they “blasted” the sea mullet!
Our Safari dolphin tour is running tomorrow, Friday the 24th! She departs at 3pm and there’s still tickets left! Reserve your spot ASAP at oregon-inlet.com or by calling us at (252)-441-6301!
Our offshore boats had a decent day, multiple boats having many mahi-mahi gaffers! Tunas have been spotty but a few of our boats had some tuna success.
It's been a great day for citations: a big eye, two sailfish citations, a couple cobia's, and a RED DRUM citation!
The nearshore fleet has been slaying the spanish mackerel, as well as the bluefish, coming onto our docks in good numbers and great sizes. With our inshore fleet, we have been seeing many speckled trout and finally some cobias making it to land!
Our headboat, Miss Oregon Inlet, has been reeling up flounder and pigfish!
The Safari dolphin tours and Miss Oregon Inlet are booking up fast so be sure to reserve your spot soon! Safari's next trip is is Friday @ 3pm!
It was a bit windy, but, most of our vessels sailed today. Our Offshore anglers were excited with their catches. Multiple catches of mahi and tilefish. There were also several citation qualifying catches today including a White Marlin and Yellowfin Tuna!! Our Nearshore fishermen hauled in Mahi and Cobia. While our Inshore anglers brought in blue fish and speckled trout.
Our headboat Miss Oregon Inlet is set to sail tomorrow morning at 0800! Book your tickets online at www.MissOregonInlet.com or stop in at the booking desk to get your tickets before she sails!!
Safari will be going out tomorrow at 12:30 call us to book your seat for a dolphin tour at 252-441-6301.
To create your own charter trip memories call or visit the reservations desk or go online at www.oregon-inlet.com
It was another beautiful day for fishing & a bustling day at the Ships Store here at Oregon-Inlet Fishing Center! Almost all of our boats sailed today & returned with happy anglers. Our Offshore fishermen have seen some interesting catches today with a catch of Rainbow Runners, otherwise know as Rainbow Yellowtail or Spanish Jack. Several citations were issued today including a beautiful sailfish which was caught & released. In keeping with the past few days our anglers have returned with the max limit of MAHI, with several of those being at citation size/weight - the largest today was 38 lbs!! There was also a nice haul of tilefish today. Our Nearshore vessels returned with catches of Bluefish, Spanish Mackrel, False albacore and Cobia!
Our headboat, Miss Oregon Inlet, sailed today for some Inshore fishing fun. Anglers returned on Miss OI with catches of flounder & speckled trout. Our headboat is taking reservations online at www.MissOregonInlet.com. You may come in to purchase your tickets for a trip on Miss Oregon Inlet as well. Currently, Miss Oregon Inlet sails once per day, departing at 8:00 AM & returning around 12:00.
Reservations are booking now for our dolphin and sunset tours on the Water Safari! You may book your seat for a dolphin tour on SafariToursOBX.com or call the reservation desk to book your seat. As always, you may call the booking desk at 252-441-6301 for questions or to place most reservations by phone. Reservations may also be made for our charters online at Oregon-Inlet.com