It’s springtime and the weather has a tendency to change fairly quickly on the Outer Banks. After some great fishing on Monday we headed offshore yesterday with big expectations. 20 knots of SW wind, 75° ware with no tide, and squalls with gusts up to 40 knots made fishing challenging to say the least. We did find a few gaffers, and a couple boats had great catches before we called it a day
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We caught our first white of the year on one of our new standup rods by Reel Easy. Can’t wait to get a coulee bigeyes on these rods! Mahi and a few tuna for the fleet today but the water is just outside the Point and fishing is getting ready to break wide open. Now is the time to book! Call Oregon Inlet 252-441-6301 to get in on the action!
One thing for certain, you can’t catch yesterday’s fish! We had limits of tuna for the whole fleet in the last few days. Today, not so much. That’s what keeps us going, you never know what will happen day to day, maybe tomorrow tuna will be jumping I the boat! We have a few days available this week if you want to get in on the action
We had a week of wind and took the opportunity to get a few projects taken care of on the Frenzy. A couple windows were leaking, so we pulled them out, rebuilt the trim, and replaced the glass. No more leaks! We also replaced the carpet to clean up the interior. Now we’re ready to fish. A couple boats fished today and they each had great catches of yellowfin. We have some days open next week if you want to get in on this action!