Mahi are still the catch of the day. Coming in by the limits, our offshore fleet is not only happy with the quantity but also the quality. Tunas and king mackerel are coming in few at a time as well!
The inshore guys are still enjoying the cobias. Our fly fisherman were also snagging a few black tips!
Miss Oregon Inlet will sail tomorrow morning at 8am and still has availability.
Our Safari tour boat has people looking to fill in some spots on the 12:30pm trip tomorrow.
The weather today has been perfect for fishing and OH MY have the fish been plentiful!! We actually had some charters come in early today after filling their boxes to the brim! The Mahi were active, taking the hook & many were a great size - even up to up to 35 lbs! Anglers found Sailfish, Yellow-fin Tuna, Blue Marlin & White Marlin on the end of their lines & the Cobia have been coming off the boats in droves!! Today has been a GREAT day for our anglers! Come on out to Oregon Inlet Fishing Center to book your next charter fishing trip or go online to www.orgeon-inlet.com.
Green and yellow covered the docks today! Our offshore crews kept busy with mahi while out to the fishing grounds.
Our nearshore fleet came in this afternoon bragging about spanish mackerel, as well as some bluefish.
And our inshore boats have reported amazing speckled trout!
Miss Oregon Inlet will be sailing tomorrow and has very limited availability for Friday. But don't worry if you can't make it then, she will try and sail again on Saturday!
Our Safari cruises have also been successful! We also hear that the are very photogenic and friendly!
To book or inquire about any of these trip, please call (252)423-9089. Or visit oregon-inlet.com, missoregoninlet.com, or safaritoursobx.com.
Offshore parties came out on top with dolphin today in the midst of some unpredictable weather!
Our inshore fleet also came out on top with some insane catches of speckled trout, and also some cobia!
Miss Oregon Inlet will sail tomorrow, and still has availability for the 8am-12:30pm. You can book online now or come in early tomorrow morning to purchase tickets!
Believe it or not, today's offshore fleet made it out and back in with great catches of mahi! Despite the inclement weather and the bumpy ride back to the docks, everyone was all smiles. Majority of the catching was gaffers but we also saw a few tunas. Our captains will be trying again tomorrow!
If you are interested in booking a trip or just have questions, give us a call at (252)441-6301.
Gaffer dolphin fish for everyone today! For our offshore crews, anyways. They also had catches of black, yellow, and big eye tunas. Two of the big eyes being citations of 110# and 132#!
Our inshore guys carried home some nice speckled trout and saw some more cobia!
Miss Oregon Inlet made it out Saturday as well, and had pig fish and flounder on the other end of their lines.
We have a Safari Dolphin Tour wanting to depart Sunday at 3pm, there are still tickets available!
Visit us here at the fishing center or call (252)441-6301. Or book yourself online at oregon-inlet.com.
Today we had twenty three offshore boats fishing and they returned with good numbers of Dolphin, as well as gaffer Dolphin. There were also Blackfin tuna, a 55 pound Yellowfin tuna, and a White Marlin release.
Inshore fishing yielded Cobia and Speckled Trout.
Looks like Miss Oregon Inlet will be sailing at 8:00 am tomorrow, so come on down at 7:30, buy a ticket, and join in the fun!
You can also book a Safari Tour and search for Dolphins in the sound. Call us at 252-441-6301 for more info.
Offshore our crews came in with some monster catches! In order for a big eye tuna to be a citation their weight must be over 100 lbs, and our two littlest anglers today were capable of accomplishing just that. Twice! We also had reports of a white marlin and sailfish release and saw more mahi and yellowfin tuna brought to the docks. The Nearshore fleet saw spanish mackeral, good bluefish, and some cobia! And our soundside, Inshore captains are loving this warmer water. They also saw cobia as well as some nice speckled trout!
Miss Oregon Inlet was able to make it out on Thursday morning with reports of flounder, northern puffers, and a lone bluefish! She has availability Friday morning for any interested.
The Safari dolphin cruise made it out for two trips, once at 12:30pm and again at 3pm. During these 2 hr sightseeing tours, they saw some playful dolphins and were described as photogenic and not shy! This tour will sail again Friday at 12:30pm and has availability!
With all fleets, our booking service is available online 24/7 at oregon-inlet.com. If you would like to contact one of our booking agents, our current hours are Sun-Sat 4:30am-7pm and can be telephoned at (252)441-6301.
Today our offshore fleet had a great deal of mahi mahi, with a handful of tuna and albacore as well. The Qualifier slapped 33 mahi on the docks along with the Hooker scoring 27. Within the entire offshore fleet, there was more than 80 mahi caught and cleaned here at the fishing center. As for tuna, the meat is still here! Offshore boat Rigged Up reeled in 15 black fin and 5 yellow fin along with the Fintastic and the Sea Note with a few as well. For our nearshore guys, the cobia are making an appearance in addition to the countless bluefish being caught. Tuesday, Miss Oregon Inlet will sail again with 30 available tickets. The weather is predicted to be beautiful for Tuesday, so this will be a trip you don't want to miss. Our Safari Dolphin tour is also making afternoon trips! Call here at the fishing center or visit our website to learn more and/or reserve your tickets.
What a beautiful day for fishing! You know summer is approaching when we have an empty creek but soon, it'll really be the peak! Although, today our offshore fleet came to the dock with plenty of meat. A handful of yellow fin, mahi, amber jack and tile fish are on the menu for tonight. We also had a barracuda and wahoo citations too! Our nearshore folks are catching a good amount of bluefish with multiple red drum citations! As for the inshore action- Miss Oregon Inlet will sail again Tuesday and spots are filling quick! Call us here at the fishing center or visit our website to reserve your tickets for the head boat or the Safari Dolphin tours.
Black and yellow fin tunas are still majority of the catches these offshore guys are bringing in! In the mix is some mahi and false albacore. Yesterday we were even seeing releases of blue marlins! Not a lot going on nearshore today as opposed to yesterdays cobia madness. Our single inshore guy that fished yesterday saw not only the same cobia but also red and black drum! Miss Oregon Inlet will be sailing tomorrow, and there is room for her 8am departure. Book online or walk in tomorrow and get in on the action!
Today we had fantastic fishing weather here on the Outer Banks, which was great after the past three blow days.
Our offshore boats came in with good catches of yellowfin tuna, with intermingled dolphin and wahoo.
Nearshore trips had plentiful catches of bluefish as well.
We need at least two additional folks to sign up for a good day of fishing on Miss Oregon Inlet tomorrow! She departs at 8:00 am sharp.
Although our off shore fleet was not able to do any fishing due to the blow, nearshore boats Capt'n Duke and the Carolinian were in the meat with a load of bluefish! Capt'n Duke's party reeled in 138 blue fish and Carolinian's party scored 140 bluefish with 2 false albacore as well! As for our head boat, Miss Oregon Inlet, she managed a beautiful boat ride with cold murky water which resulted in slow fishing. No worries, the inshore boat will sail again Tuesday morning and the weather is predicted to be in favor for fishing! Give us a call at the fishing center or check out our website to learn more and/or purchase tickets for the Miss Oregon Inlet or the Safari dolphin tour.
Unfortunately, Mother Nature got the best of most parties today as it was blowing a gale with rain as well. Nearshore boat, Capt'n Duke braved the blow and made it back with 48lbs of tasty bluefish! As for our offshore guys, nobody made it out but we're hoping for better fishing weather Sunday.