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couple blackfin, a wahoo and a limit of bailers ... See moreSee less

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Meat slam

2 weeks ago
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tunas, dolphin and wahoo oh my ... See moreSee less

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Making the mate work hard. Sheesh, take it easy on him #showingoff

3 weeks ago   ·  1
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blackfin, yellowfin, dolphin and an ol' mexican wahoo ... See moreSee less

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No summer doldrums this tear

3 weeks ago   ·  1
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Nice haul

3 weeks ago
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great catch

3 weeks ago
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Wow great trip!

3 weeks ago
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Kathe Kosloski Sempler....show Dan!

3 weeks ago
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Nicccce!

3 weeks ago
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Pretty day...and a great crew... weather is beautiful and we have a couple of days open towards the end of the week..Give us a call!!! ... See moreSee less

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tuna salad

3 weeks ago
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couple yellowfin, couple blackfin, couple dolphin ... See moreSee less

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nice catch

1 month ago   ·  1
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Nice haul

1 month ago   ·  1
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tuna salad

1 month ago   ·  1
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Mike Miller

1 month ago
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bigeye (144), yellowfin, blackfin and dolphin ... See moreSee less

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Nice fish !!

1 month ago
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Good Capt. and boat .I had a great fishing charter

1 month ago
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Smoked-em. Beautiful

1 month ago
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Mike Miller

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bigeye, couple of yellowfin and some blackfin ... See moreSee less

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Blood on the boat!

1 month ago   ·  1
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always a great day on there

2 months ago   ·  1
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We had a fantastic time out there and Capt Will and mate Tim did an an above and beyond for us. If I could go every day ... I would. Even better having those guys for company. Thank you for an excellent day!

2 months ago   ·  1
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Go gettum Ellis

2 months ago
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we battled the northeast skunky today, and (mostly) lost. ... See moreSee less

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Niccccee!!!!

2 months ago
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Nice work

2 months ago
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in early with a box full of bigeyes ... See moreSee less

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Hooked um up. Great catch guys!

2 months ago
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Nicceeeee!

2 months ago
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Good eats.

2 months ago
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Nice

2 months ago
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Yoooooooo,El Smoke job ,, nice Jon

2 months ago
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our crowd couldnt be in pics, so i modeled. couple blackfin and a bigeye ... See moreSee less

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Nice looking tuna

2 months ago
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Hmmm...that's alotta big dudes. Loose drags. Hope it was sporty

3 months ago
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nice haul

3 months ago   ·  1
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Slaving your mate

3 months ago   ·  1
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Gonna need more ballyhoo

3 months ago
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See the Fish Monster in Key West, charters happy to catch 3 mahi. Outer banks is the place to catch

3 months ago
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beautiful haul

3 months ago
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Mate better be getting some good tips this week

3 months ago
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Awesome day! thanks Carly A (Tim) and The Hooker SportFishing (Tom and Lee)!

3 months ago
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Tacos!!!!!!

3 months ago
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good gaffer fishing continues ... See moreSee less

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Kim Seabrooks Rhodes

3 months ago
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box was full so we had to come in early ... See moreSee less

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great day

3 months ago
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Nice load

3 months ago
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Fish tacos for everyone! Nice massacre

3 months ago
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Looks like itโ€™s picking up !!!

3 months ago
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Mike Miller

3 months ago
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Nice catch

3 months ago
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great catch

3 months ago
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great haul

3 months ago
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Good job!

3 months ago
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nice haul

3 months ago
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tough fishing today, but it won't last forever! ... See moreSee less

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any day on the water is a good day

3 months ago
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Dam looks good

3 months ago
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nice fish

3 months ago
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Looks like the sharks are back

3 months ago
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nice

3 months ago
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had the pleasure of taking a group of young people offshore for their very first time yesterday. fishing was scrappy, but everybody did great and had a blast! ... See moreSee less

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Not sure if this is a joyful look after catching your first giant, or relief that itโ€™s over. Look at his hands.He is still holding the rod and reeling. He got her done though๐Ÿ‘ ... See moreSee less

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I know that feeling all to well, except I was in the door way to the cabin. On that boat after mine. It was also the first tuna I had ever landed and the boat that got me hooked back on salt waster fishing.... 3/16/13.... congrats young man and congrats captain Jon Weiss

5 months ago   ·  1
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It looks like relief!

5 months ago   ·  1
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Nice!! Congrats!

5 months ago
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Congratulations young man !

5 months ago
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Heโ€™ll never be the same... congratulations young man.

5 months ago
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Now toss him in at the dock

5 months ago
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Started out this morning @ the 540/ 80 fathoms. Hooked a couple blackfin shortly there after. Trolled around the area for a bit and hooked a double short bluefin. Released one, boated the other. Set back out and headed back down where we were. Hooked a giant about the 570 and released him. About 350lbs. Fished around and up the rest of the day. Hooked 4 yellowfin on the 630 just over the 100 on the cooler side of the change.

Calm seas and fair winds today- absolutely gorgeous.
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nice catch

5 months ago
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Please Help Us With Oregon Inlet Migration and Shoaling See attached image of the most recent US Army Corps of Engineers hydrographic survey of our Oregon Inlet "West 1" area. Note the shoaling into and well south of the old bridge Main Span and South Span. This, despite the Corps dredge Murden being "on-scene" for the past 30 days doing some dredging but most days it was too shallow for it get out and do anything for us. The north side of Oregon Inlet has been migrating southward due to winds and seas at a rate of about 66 feet per year. The real solution, engineering and installing a jetty and sand migration control system of sorts as other inlets have in the USA and around the world, has been largely ignored since the 1970s when staffers in the White House reportedly told our Congressmen and Senators that the environmentalists did not want us to build a jetty or other engineered system because they say it will adversely affect fish and birds. The latter is not true. There are plenty of jetties in the USA and around the world, fish have tails and birds have wings and no jetty and related sand control system is going to do any long-term damage to fish or bird stocks. Every major inlet north and south of us on the US east coast has jetties on both sides and we should too. There is also plenty of newer fish and bird-friendly sand migration control technology out there but we don't have anybody pushing this for us on the political side. The south side of Oregon Inlet was jettied years ago and it has stayed in place. The north side is steadily moving south and squeezing us into a tight little inlet through which we've had to squeeze between tight bridge spans to the south that were never intended for boat traffic. There have been many accidental impacts with these old bridge spans and it's only a matter of time before someone gets injured or killed. The new bridge has much wider spans and when the old bridge is torn down we will have much safer passage until the north side of the inlet shoals us in again as part of it's steady march to the south. NC and the Feds (via our tax dollars) have been paying millions of dollars annually to dredge Oregon Inlet only to have the sand blow and drift back in within hours or days. It's not very smart to waste money like this when most of the problem could be prevented with a north jetty and other sand migration control systems. The new bridge and demolition of the old bridge will not slow or stop this sand migration and the wasted millions of dredging $ will continue until the north side of the inlet is jettied and re-engineered. We need to get our politicians at the Local, State, and Federal levels and the US Army Corps of Engineers to negotiate and implement an engineered solution to this southward migration of the north side of Oregon Inlet. Please write and call your elected officials and ask them to do this before the migration closes in what little inlet we have left. See the following links for Dare County, NC State, and other politicians who can push to get this started and done. Please Share this post on your Pages and Timelines and ask your friends and followers to take action on this ASAP. You are welcome to cut and paste from my text above and add your personal touch if you want to make it easier than writing your own from scratch. County Commissioners and Staff: DCBOC@darenc.com (the above email address will send an email to all Dare County Commissioners) Mailing Address P.O. Box 1000 Manteo, NC 27954 Robert L. Outten Dare County Manager & Attorney 252.475.5800 outten@darenc.com www.darenc.com/departments/elections/elected-officials www.darenc.com/departments/board-of-commissioners State Legislators: www.ncleg.gov/Members/CountyRepresentation/Dare Bob Steinburg (R) (919) 715-8293 Bob.Steinburg@ncleg.net Bobby Hanig (R) 919-733-5906 Bobby.Hanig@ncleg.net Federal Legislators: Senator Richard Burr (via staff) thomas_kincheloe@burr.senate.gov or www.burr.senate.gov/services/help Senator Thom Tillis (via staff) corey_brown@tillis.senate.gov or www.tillis.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me US Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington District 69 Darlington Ave Wilmington, NC 28403 Thanks, Charley

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We set out this morning around the 540 looking for the yellowfin. Hooked up a couple of Mahi pretty quick Set back out and picked a couple of small yellowfin. It wasnโ€™t shaping up so we headed up and out towards the fleet Where there were some big bluefin being hooked up.

At about the 623/770 we got a bite on our long rigger. About an hour later we boated a nice short bluefin- 68โ€/200lb.

Trolled up and out, hooked a wahoo and later in the day hooked 1 more yellowfin on the cold side of the change. Headed in about 2:00pm. Plenty good for today.

Congratulations to Mark Singer on his first bluefin.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰
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what an amazing an blessed day great friends and family all on the boat the only group to fish with ๐Ÿ‘

5 months ago
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Purdy Work!

5 months ago
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Nice mixed bag!

5 months ago
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B Nice haul Jon and crew!

5 months ago
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Good work

5 months ago
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Commercial season is closed and things are back to normal- sorta.....

We were fortunate today to get our under and over.
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Carly A SportfishingHEY!!! And a big shout out to a Mark for the home grown peach shine. Get your shine on๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ

5 months ago
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what a great day

6 months ago
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Nice fish

6 months ago
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Thank you for your support, Captain. We continue to stand the watch at home and around the world. To our Coast Guard men and women, our watchstanders at U.S. Coast Guard Sector Mobile received this radio message for you from a fishing vessel captain last night. Semper Paratus.

I have a different, validated opinion about the coast guard after being on a capsized boat in freezing water and they sat by and watched for 20 minutes until I swam with a incapacitated person to shore while they watched! No respect!!!!!

7 months ago
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Carly A SportfishingCapt.Will Ross and Tim Scarborough getting it done..

8 months ago   ·  1
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We are starting to get some requests for giant bluefin.... Give us a call if you are interested.

End of February or March!!!
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Courtney A. Culpepper Megan Eberwine Paige Caroline Kari Davenport lets go after our rockfish trip next month or February in obx

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Jessica Littlefield

8 months ago
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Nathen

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Carly A Sportfishing is celebrating Christmas.

๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ„Merry Christmas everyone๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ„
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Merry Christmas !

8 months ago
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Ringer SwivelsMerry Christmas ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

8 months ago
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Merry Christmas!

8 months ago
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Merry Christmas !

8 months ago
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Merry Xmas Weissโ€™s!

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The 47258 was out on the bar this morning conducting a first light bar report. Conditions on the bar are 8-10ft breaks with occasional 12ft breaks. Winds are out of the north around 15-20 knots...Sounds like a perfect day for training!

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Home away from home..
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9 months ago
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Cool picture!

9 months ago
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Mike Miller

9 months ago
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couple of blackfin and a yellowfin ... See moreSee less

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Thank you for such an awesome day!!!

10 months ago

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what do you do when youre not duck hunting in canada? why go fishing of course! @ Southey, Saskatchewan ... See moreSee less

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all put away and ready for the storm @ Spencer Yachts Inc ... See moreSee less

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Good luck and Godspeed!

11 months ago   ·  1
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Stay safe guys

11 months ago   ·  1
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Good luck Jon

11 months ago   ·  1
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time to get that back out tuna to be caught

11 months ago   ·  1
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๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

11 months ago
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Stay Safe Captain ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

11 months ago
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Hope they keep down grading the storm! Ride it out safe!

11 months ago
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Prayers for all of y'all .stay safe

11 months ago
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Good job Weiss, Godspeed

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Nice

12 months ago
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You guys were amazing! Thank you so much!!!!

12 months ago
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Thank you for a great day on the water!!

12 months ago
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Fishing remains challenging. We did manage to scrap together a catch though.

On another note, comming in today we got to see the last span of the new bridge going in. Wonโ€™t be long now.
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blackfin, dolphin and some bottom dwellers ... See moreSee less

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a yellowfin, a couple blackfin and some tiles ... See moreSee less

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Not looking good for the weekend ... See moreSee less

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not looking good here either..

1 year ago   ·  1
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All you have to do is catch fish! How hard is it? Go deep

1 year ago   ·  1
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pray the tuna show back up

1 year ago
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it was a slow pick today, but we found a few ... See moreSee less

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nice haul!

1 year ago
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things are still a bit shaken up after all the wind we had, but getting better. ... See moreSee less

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still good dolphin fishing- lots of fish tacos swimming around out there. ... See moreSee less

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nice haul

1 year ago
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still good dolphin fishing and our first billfish of the year. @ Pirate's Cove Marina ... See moreSee less

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good dolphin fishing today and a couple tuna on topwater plugs ... See moreSee less

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tunas are out there, but they are just not chewing. fortunately there are dolphin to be found ... See moreSee less

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it was a little lumpy out there today and our crowd threw in the towel around 10am, but we did manage to find some some ceviche and tacos before we headed in. ... See moreSee less

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What's lumpy in Hatteras? 6-8?

1 year ago   ·  1
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Tuna fishing is heating up
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if youre only gonna catch one, catch this one- 230lb bigeye. #citation ... See moreSee less

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3 person limit of tunas, with a couple of bonus dolphin. ... See moreSee less

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Whatโ€™s the limit on tuna ? Caught in a day ?

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headed back in around mid-morning, as our bunch was a little under the weather. we did manage to put something in the box, including a citation 91lb yellowfin. @ Manteo, North Carolina ... See moreSee less

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back in early with a limit of tunas. 14 yellowfin and a bigeye. #citation ... See moreSee less

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Carly A Sportfishing is with Mark Senger and 2 others at Pirate's Cove Marina.

110lb citation bigeye and some friends to keep him company
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2 little bigeyes, a couple of yellowfin and few dolphin ... See moreSee less

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Carly A SportfishingIt was a really pretty day, really crowded, really good fishing for some of the fleet and tough fishing for us. Having a great group makes the day a pleasure..

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Carly A SportfishingTook a couple of tries, but we finally got Pat Warrell and friends out today. Had some bites and got back in without breaking anything. Except for the guy with the pacemaker that went off and shocked the shit out of him (twice) while he was fighting a yellowfin. No problem though.. He dropped the rod and went and sat down and had a beer ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”

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Nice trip captain!!! Thanks

1 year ago   ·  1
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Damn

1 year ago
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amazing haul

1 year ago
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Gotem!!!

1 year ago
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Jason

1 year ago
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That's what I'm talking about!

1 year ago
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Nice Jon Weiss

1 year ago
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Smoked-em

1 year ago
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Nice haul Captain

1 year ago
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Nice meat trip!

1 year ago
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Nice!!!!!

1 year ago
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Dang! Meat!!! Nice!!

1 year ago
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looks like a quiet day. still alot of fun

1 year ago
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nice haul

1 year ago
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good fishing today. 88lb citation yellowfin @ Pirate's Cove Marina ... See moreSee less

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2 more weeks

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Carly A Sportfishing is with Mark Senger.

good dolphin fishing today
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Makes my mouth water ๐Ÿ’ฆ

1 year ago
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What a great picture! Happy Happy memories Love you all - Nana

3 months ago
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Thanks Jon and Tim we had a great day!

1 year ago   ·  1
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nice fish

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we zigged when we should have zagged, but it was a beautiful day with a great group! ... See moreSee less

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in a couple of months, we will be kitefishing and you can expect to see bites like this! give us a shout if you want to see this for yourself!
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cant wait wish are trips were tommorow

1 year ago
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Looks like fun

1 year ago
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Thatโ€™s awesome, whatโ€™s the best time to get in on the tuna bite in nc

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Joshua Jones

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RIP Jason Sadler #whalebonefamily

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Carly A Sportfishing is with John Talmo.

Yellowfin will be showing up soon. The last few years, June has been a really good month and books out pretty quickly. This picture is from June 8, 2017.

We have started to get a few reservations, but still have some good dates available..
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PSA PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT PSA
There is a lot of misinformation out there about accessibility through Oregon Inlet this spring and summer. OREGON INLET WILL BE OPEN EVERYDAY. There will be scheduled 2 hour closures that will take place most likly mid morning or mid afternoon on some days as to not interfere with the normal pattern of boat traffic. The contractors, PCL, NCDOT, USACE and the USCG are all very aware of the importance of keeping the safest navigation channel open and are commited to insuring safe passage. The schedule of closures will be posted and all entities will have them. There will also be appropriate Notice to Mariners announcements on CH16. Please copy and paste to get the word out.
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