Inlet back Open!!!
As Many of you probably heard, due to the shoaling we have been dealing with for months, last weekend the Coast Guard restricted navigation of Oregon Inlet to any vessels with greater than 2ft draft. This essentially shut down fishing for the charter and commercial fleets. Thankfully the dredge arrived and started working east of the bridge on Thursday. This allowed the Coast Guard to change the restriction from 2ft to 5ft. This means that the charter boats as well as many of our commercial buddies can go back to work! (see link to story below)We are finishing our work in the boat yard and go back in water monday. Bluefins are still around so give us a call if you are ready to go. Thanks
3/22/15 A few Bites
Book Hook and the crew from Maryland joined us on Sunday. Pretty good action overall for the fleet with some small fish and bigger class as well. We caught a nice 82in fish we released and hooked another which we lost. Weather looks great Wednesday and we are open if anyone is interested.
3/15 and 3/19 Still Scrappy
We had Joe Sandefour and the boys from PA on Sunday. 7 boats fishing and we covered 30plus mile of water and only 1 bluefin caught total by Capt Brynner on the Smoker. Thursday we had Chris and Brian from Maryland. Big fleet of boats with charter, private and the commercial gang out on a pretty day. Slow fishing but we got lucky and caught a double, keeping a 65in fish and releasing another. Missed another bite and that was it for us. Thanks
3/13/15 Just a few Yellowfins
Had Jason and crew from Maryland on Friday. Choppy conditions and slow on the Bluefins, just a couple caught out of the fleet. No bluefin bites for us but did manage 3 yellowfins for dinner. Thanks
3/10/15 Smaller fish showing on Top
Slick calm weather on Tuesday for Forrest Seal and crew. Very slow fishing, not many bites to go around in the am. Another boat found some smaller class bluefin on top out in the deep East of the inlet and we made the run up there. Fish were very finicky and we missed 1 on ballyhoo the caught a 56" fish that would be around 110lbs. We then threw a top water plug at a couple schools and released a bluefin around 60lbs. We also managed a nice 100lb make for mixed grill! Thanks
3/8,9 Scrappy for Bluefins
We had our first couple Bluefin trips Sunday and Monday. Glenn and Ashley Collins and crew were very patient on Sunday. We marked a lot of fish but could not manage any bites. Monday we were luckier and did hook a nice fish in the morning. Ashley did a great job in the chair and after about 1 hr 15 min she subdued the 89in bluefin that I would estimate around 375lbs. Thanks!
Charter Fishing In Costa Rica!
In case anyone is headed that way or is interested in some outstanding billfish action in Costa Rica please check out Tranquilo Charters. Tranquilo is a 57' Spencer with a first class crew located in Quepos Costa Rica with access to Pacific Sailfish as well as Blue, Black and Stripped Marlin. Fishing there is as good as it gets with 20-60 Sailfish bites and multiple Blue Marlin bites per day a regular occurrence. They also have a house available for rent and can put together packages to fit your needs. I know the owners Ken and Amanda Coffer personally and they are great people who strive to provide outstanding fishing in a family friendly environment. Below is link to their facebook page and you can e-mail Amanda directly at Amanda@TranquiloCharters.com. Please tell them we referred you.
Looking Ahead to Bluefin Action
Thanks for A Great Year
Check out link below to You Tube Video of Highlights from out 2014 Season. Thanks to everyone who joined us and look forward to fishing with you all again next year!
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