In anticipation of Sandy's arrival as she works her way up the East Coast all Oregon Inlet's offshore boats left seeking shelter. Two inshore boats and an open boat fished close in and in the sound. The open boat spent most of the day day catching spots, blues, trout both speckled and grey and sheepsheads. The inshore boats had excellent tailor bluefish fishing. There was quite a bit of rain. Sometimes fishing is very good in the rain the fish don't seem to mind. Today was one of those days, most of inshore varieties were biting. When a storm aproaches that is more than just rain fish seem to go to deep water where it is relatively serene. This was not the case today although I think it does happen.