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The fall fishing is starting to pick up with the arrival of yellowfin tuna which has been at a slow pace. Blackfin tuna have keep our anglers happy with a few wahoo thrown in for a big fish of the day. Look for more yellowfin in days to come.

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Tuna are still here on the OBX . Strong winds have forced us to the dock. It looks good for tomorrow. Let’s the dolphin and grass lines continue to increase as the summer progresses and with that come the billfish. the tournament season is upon us and we expect more to come.

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Yellowfin tuna continue their run  and provide anglers out of the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center excellent catches. Trolling has given way to kite fishing especially in  the afternoon when the tuna become active chasing flying fish. There are some trolling bites in the morning but the best action occurs once the flying fish and tuna begin […]

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Bluefin tuna are biting of the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center when the wind n seas calm down enough to get out . Sea Note has a newly remodeled headliner and interior lighting system; hopefully that will be finished this weekend. The big tackle is on the boat and ready to go. so give a call […]

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Paul Teel from Cleveland Ohio was at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center and he decided to give the Sea Note a try. We trolled for marlin and sailfish most the day catching and releasing 2 whites and 2 sails. We probably missed 4 more sails since they came in pacts of 5 or six; which made […]

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Alan Teachen from Va Beach Va is all smiles as he tries to hold up this 64 pound dolphin that he caught on Monday May 31. We were fishing about 44 miles to the NE of the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center when I started trolling to the north; suddenly I spotted a log about 12 […]

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