Our inshore fleet had the bragging rights today, as the morning crews brought in not only limits on speckled trout but also a limit of red drum on both spin and fly rods! Our offshore had a better day with more meat fish; yellowfin tuna, mahi and wahoo.
To get in on the catching, give us a call at 252-441-6301 or book online @ oregon-inlet.com.
Scrappy biting today for the offshore guys. However, one party managed to bring in a 500+ lb. blue marlin! After keeping some meat for themselves, the crew on board donated the rest to a local food bank! The rest of our offshore crews brought in some yellowfin tuna and mahi.
To book your big fishing excursion go online to oregon-inlet.com or give us a call at 252-441-6301!
A thick blanket of fog has slowly made it's way over the OBX, but that didn't stop most from getting a good bite! Offshores caught great yellowfin and a decent mahi bite! Nearshores did great with the spanish mackerel, and inshores did awesome with the speckled trout and drum!
Our second make-up trip of the 2020 season is heading out tomorrow, with more to come! Sign up online or come see us in person! Wanting a private trip? Check availability, read about boats and their captains, and book your trip online! You can also give us a call at 252-441-6301!
Today was a bit cold but that didn't stop our fleets from making the most out of today. Offshore fleet brought in yellowfin tuna, blackfin tuna, and mahi, with citations for 101-lb. and 87-lb. yellowfins! Nearshores came in with spanish mackerel and our inshores are doing great with limits of speckled trout and some red drum!
We're keeping a close watch on the weather for the rest of the week, and as of right now everything is looking good! We're booking make-up charters now, our first one of the season goes out tomorrow (5/26)! You can sign up online or in person here at OIFC.
Planning a private trip? Awesome! Give us a call at 252-441-6301 to book your charter, or you can also book online, and in-person as well!
Coming home early from fishing typically isn't a fun affair.... unless the reason is the fish box being too full to fit anymore! That was the case today; we got got our first wave of boats returning at 1pm and trickling in the remainder of the day. Our offshore fleet came back to the docks with blackfin, big eye and yellowfin tuna as well as mahi. The inshore crews played catch and release with drum and flounder, but kept limits of speckled trout!
We've got scattered availability this week, so if you would like to book your next fishing adventure call 252-441-6301 or take a look online at oregon-inlet.com.
After our season kick off was put on hold by a pandemic, we tried a second go-around only to be stunted by a weeks worth of wind and waves. Looks like we have paid our dues because the bite is back! Our offshore fleet brought meat to the docks; yellow and black fin tuna, wahoo, mahi, and even a blue marlin release! Our nearshore and inshore followed suit with cobia, spanish mackerel, speckled trout and bluefish.
Memorial Day weekend is looking just as busy the next couple days. To check availability for the upcoming week, give us a call at 252-441-6301 or check out our website, oregon-inlet.com!
Today, we only had one inshore bare the cold and wet weather of today, and they made it back with a pretty good catch! Puppy drum, bluefish, and speckled trout! It looks like the next few days are gonna be ugly, but give us a call at 252-441-6301 to book your charter! You can also book online or in person!
Happy fishermen (and women!) all around after 22 offshore boats made it out today and came back in with yellow fin tuna, mahi mahi, a few black fin tuna and a sailfish citation! Boats fishing nearshore saw good cobia action and spanish mackerel in the mix as well! Inshore folks found some pretty speckle trout and a few puppy drum.
Tropical storm Arthur is on it's way for the next couple days but give us a call @ 252-441-6301 or go online to book your offshore, nearshore or inshore charter for the post-storm fishing!
Once again, WELCOME back to the Outer Banks!
Welcome back to the Outer Banks!
Today, we saw many happy faces as people were able to get fishing! Offshore catches include yellowfin tuna, mahi, wahoo, and a citation blue marlin! No nearshore trips today, but the inshore fleet caught speckled trout and spanish mackerel!
Give us a call @ 252-441-6301 to book a charter, book online, or in person at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center.
We are so glad to have everyone back! Please stay safe, healthy, and happy!
The catch came in a big as our fishermen! The bite is picking up. Today our fleet brought in a mixed bag of meat fish; yellofin and bigeye tuna as well as some mahi! We are open and ready to go fishing, so give us a call at 252-441-6301 or book online at oregon-inlet.com to book you next adventure!
We are happy to see things starting to return to normal! Our crews took advantage of the nice weather and went fishing. Offshore, the yellowfin tuna kept lines tight today, with a few mahi in the mix as well! A single inshore boat also made a great return with trout, bluefish, and striper!
ALL visitors will be able to access the Dare County on May 16, 2020 beginning at 12:01 a.m.! Should you need to cancel/reschedule any existing charters beyond the May 16th date please contact your captain directly. Their numbers can be found on the boat bio page. We will also be extending our hours of operations beginning Monday, May 11, 2020 to Sun-Sat 9am-5pm. There are guidelines set by the CDC that our ship store will be practicing to ensure the safety of our employees, captains, crews, and customers. Ex: physical barriers at registers and booking desks, social distancing, and cleaning procedures. See you all very soon and welcome back!
As an essential business, Oregon Inlet Fishing Center remains open but with limited hours. We are open Mon-Fri 10am-1pm. If you visit us in person we do encourage you to wear a mask and abide by all CDC guidelines set in an effort to prevent the spread of Covid-19. These measures are in place to protect our staff, captains, crews and customers.
Dare County's Stay Home- Stay Healthy order has been extended to May 22,2020.
Dare County will open to non-resident property owners who have a valid entry permit with matching government issued ID according to the schedule below:
1) Beginning Monday, May 4 at 6:00 a.m. - Entry begins and is ongoing for non-resident property owners whose last name begins with A-I
2) Beginning Wednesday, May 6 at 6:00 a.m. - Entry begins and is ongoing for non-resident property owners whose last name begins with J-R
3) Beginning Friday, May 8 at 6:00am - Entry begins and is ongoing for non-resident property owner whose last name begins with S-Z
Decisions regarding access for visitors will be addressed at a future date following necessary syndrome surveillance and monitoring of resource availability after non-resident property owners return and state orders are updated.
If you are an existing charter between now and May 22 please call your captain directly with any concerns, cancellations, or reschedules. You can find their contact information on their boat bio on our website oregon-inlet.com.
All county entry procedures can be found at darenc.com in detail.
We will be closing today early and will re-open Monday at 10am. If you have an existing charter in the near future, please visit darenc.com to review entry restrictions. Any concerns regarding your reservation, contact your captain directly; you can find their number on our website within their boat bio. For all other inquiries, call us at 252-441-6301. Thank you!
Yellow fin are still biting good! And if you're currently allowed in dare county, we'll take you fishing! If you have an existing charter in the near future please visit darenc.com to review any entry restrictions. Any concerns regarding your reservation, please contact your captain directly. You can find their number on our website within their boat bio. For all other inquiries give us a call at 252-441-6301!