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Outer Banks North Carolina Fishing Reports
Had a past due report from last week. I had several days of great fishing inside and outside the inlet. On a few of the days that were slow, we went shark fishing and had a blast catching mostly Blacktips. These fish pull hard and are great fighters. Call me and give it a try.
Summer fishing is on, in and around the inlet. Spot, Croakers, Sea Mullet, and Flounder are biting at different times and days depending on tide or wind direction. Just outside the inlet, Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel are going crazy. Early morning and late afternoon seem to be the best. The Cobia bite has slowed almost to nothing, but the offshore Dolphin has turned on big time. Big me a call, and lets go catch some fish.
I was out today with Mr & Mrs Palmer from Tenn. and things started out a little slow. We tried to find some fish inside the inlet, but had no luck, so out we went. By the time I reached C buoy, I received a call from Russell on the Poacher about some Cobia south of the inlet. Off we went and found a nice tide line loaded with them. We hooked a nice one swimming with a turtle and after a good fight , Mr. Palmer had a nice citation 52lb Cobia and a great day of fishing. I do have open dates so give me a call & lets go fishing.
The inlet was full of nice 1-3 pound Bluefish today. It was great fun to catch on light tackle.
Just got back from the Florida Keys Tarpon fishing with Doug Stange from In-Fisherman TV. Doug was suppose to Striper fish with me this winter, but had to cancel. The good part was, I got an invite to join him for the Tarpon TV shoot. We caught Tarpon from 60 to over 100 pounds. It such a rush to fight a fish that size that jumps & fights like crazy. Now its back to OBX fishing. I hope to have some reports for you soon. I due have open dates for fishing, so give me a call or send me an email. Thanks, Ray