Yellowfin tuna fishing remains good off the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center With the tuna moving a bit up the coast into some cooler water. Yesterday’s catch also included some Bigeyes in the 90 pound class. The weather holds the key to making the days when the winds give us break to make the run to […]
Dolphin fishing has been consistent at the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center for most of September. We have caught a limit of dolphin most days with a few Blackfin tuna caught while trolling. White marlin fishing has been good up to the north but only 2 or 3 boats have been fishing up there; usually catching […]
Some big tuna were hauled in by this crew from Delaware and Annapolis Md. Two of the tuna are Bigeyes about 90 pounds and one is a yellowfin about the same size. What a fight tuna this size give the angler using 50 pound tackle. Its been a great tuna run out of Oregon Inlet […]
Spring tuna run continued for long time customer Monica Calhoun. The sharks are still a problem for us on this day the duskies got 3 or 4 nice Yellowfin Tuna. Monica and family have fished over 20 years on Sea Note out of Oregon Inlet Fishing Center. Thanks and see you next tuna season.
Tuna fishing is good as it get at Oregon Inlet We had a box full by 11 o’clock; big fish too. One was a 70 pounder. Not many Bigeyes today.
Sea Note will start running Charters for Bluefin Tuna in about 2 weeks after she receives two new engines from Caterpillar. These are updated versions of the C8.7 engine. Hopefully all the bugs will be worked out this time. Some fish have been landed in the 84 to 92 inch range .
This is too all those charters who ask; When is the best time to fish; its always after a slow day. That time is now! Yellowfin and Bigeye tuna are out there now. Limits. Sea Note fishes year round so give us a call. Ready to go just pick a nice weather day. But I […]
Wahoo action as 72 pounder comes over the side. Action was around the Point about 35 miles out of the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center. Offshore fishing continues to produce good catches of blackfin tuna and wahoo.
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.
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.