Two days ago, one boat went looking for yellowfins and caught a limit with a few really nice fish. Needless to say, our hopes were high for more of the same action today. It was not to be. We caught three yellowfin, lost a few more, and worked up the road where the bluefin are still holding position. First pass on a mark, we hooked 3 and released one close to 90″. Here today, gone tomorrow for the yellowfin but we still have plenty of bluefin action if you’re looking for it. Wish us luck tomorrow. My trophy tag is still available and we are open Saturday
Our first yellowfin of 2019!
We found a handful of blackfin to go with it, but no bluefin for us. There was an 84″ fish landed today, let the games begin! If you’re looking for a chance to catch some wintertime tuna. Give me a call or email email@example.com for availability.
It’s tuna time and we are open for charter! These pics are from our first trip last January. The last few boats that fished caught both yellowfin and bigeyes. There has been a small sign of bluefin, I’m sure they’ll show up anytime now. Weather permitting, we can do the same next week, I’ve got a few trips booked. Oregon Inlet Fishing Center has changed hands, and the website is not online yet, so the best way to reach me is email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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It feels like weeks since we’ve been fishing, but the weather gave us a break yesterday and we got the day in. The conditions were not exactly what we were looking for, but we did manage to catch a handful of tuna, two mahi and a Wahoo to complete the slam! We will be open into December, call 252-216-9034 or www.fishinfrenzy.com for availability
We spend countless hours and days out on the water every season waiting for something spectacular to happen. Today was one of those moments. We set out trolling, and, after about 10 minutes, I spotted a set of fins that looked just a little bit different. Turns out, it was about a 150 pound swordfish! Billon ran below to get the dart and I took the boat out of gear. The fish swam right across the stern between the boat and my teasers! We got all of the lines in and Billon got in position on the bow. Our first two shots came up short, but the third opportunity was the best. The fish turned and swam straight at the boat and Billon took the shot and nailed him! We let him take the whole basket of dartline, nearly 500 foot, and we hooked him to a poly ball. The ball wasn’t moving, so we started to reef the line back in the boat halfway up, the dart pulled! It would’ve been nice to get him, but it was a day we will never forget. https://www.fishinfrenzy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/img_0157.trim_.movhttps://www.fishinfrenzy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/img_0154.trim_.mov
It’s been nearly a week since we’ve been out, rain, wind and swell have kept us tied to the dock ready to chew the ropes off! Here we are, underway again, looking for some decent conditions. Wish us luck!
We decided to go marlin fishing today and caught a feisty 100# blue marlin and two whites. #purefishing #pennreels #pinnacleoutdoors
Sometimes I don’t realize how fortunate I am to have this view! Here we go again, who knows what we will find? #purefishing #pennreels #alexseal #mauijim #Stormr