We didn’t have a ton of bites offshore yesterday, but we made the ones we did have count! Fall is finally in the air, and the fish are acting like it.
Wahoo, dolphin, tuna, and sailfish offshore. Inshore Ernest Doshier on the Drumrunner reports “as good as it gets” big drum fishing with a cobia mixed in.
Wheeewww, we feel very fortunate to have escaped hurricane florence with very little damage. We expect Ocracoke to be open for visitors again by the end of this week.
Right before the storm we had some great weather and great fishing. Mixed bag of snapper, triggerfish, wahoo, dolphin, and sailfish.
Looking forward to getting back out there in soon as the ocean allows. The fishing is normally very good after the storms.
Good half-day fishing for Captain Ernest Doshier on the Gecko today pictured above!
For the boats that have made it offshore there have been a lot of blackfin tuna and a good wahoo bite the last couple days.
Pompano continue to be the name of the game inshore and nearshore.
Great fishing today with a wonderful crew. It still feels like summer, but the fall fishing is right around the summer.
Lots of frisky wahoos jumping today and a really good showing of sailfish. We didn’t manage to hang on to the two we hooked, but thats fishing.
We had a half day yesterday and had good blue fishing with a few spanish mixed in. The king mackerel have been in range this week for our half day charters as well.
In the surf and sound there has been a really good showing of pompano.