cruiser4life said:May have to head down to OBX before the ONSC Club trip!!
Posted on Thu, Jul. 14, 2005
FISHING FORECAST | TOM HIGGINS
Anglers busy with billfish
Trolling off Hatteras and Oregon Inlet is producing spectacular action for billfish and dolphin.In two days this week, anglers fishing offshore from Hatteras Village boated and released 15 white marlin, 11 sailfish and two blue marlin. Limits of dolphin and king mackerel also have been caught.
It's relatively as good for billfish off Oregon Inlet, with yellowfin tuna to 74 pounds spicing the catch.
To the south, in the area of Carolina Beach and Wrightsville Beach, Spanish mackerel "are committing suicide," according to one source. Anglers casting from the shore, from piers and fishing from boats are catching the Spanish mackerel.
15. OUTER BANKS: Fine action for reds, or puppy drum, in marshes near Atlantic Beach/Morehead City. Increasing numbers of flounder in backwaters. Sailfish moving closer in off Morehead City. Slowly improving for king mackerel offshore, at piers. Scattered catches of summertime species in surf, at piers, including mostly small blues, croaker, pompano, whiting. Spanish to 6 1/2 pounds at Bogue Inlet Pier, to 22 inches along shore at Ocracoke Island.
Congrats on both the Real Estate gig and getting back on with BD Racing in the Craftsman Truck series.concretejungle said:mmmmmmmmmm...............big fish! Me likes!
Update for my schedule. I know this sounds like a broken record, but i am finally beginning to get back on my feet from being laid off a few months ago. I will be working with the Bill Davis Racing Toyota Tundra NASCAR Craftsman Truck teams on race days (www.billdavisracing.com/schedules/truckseries.htm. The rest of the time i am beginning a new career in Real Estate sales. It may be tough for me to break away for this trip. Still keep me posted.