Thursday June 8th
Outer Banks Offshore & Inshore Fishing Report with Capt Marty Brill
Hello everyone it’s Capt Marty and here is your daily Offshore, and Inshore fishing Reports from the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
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Good morning it is Thursday, June 8th and the hot fishing continues for our offshore boats. We’ll talk a little offshore inshore fishing here. Nice mixed catches and that’s what everybody loves. Some beautiful Dolphin or Mahi in the catches yesterday with a couple of them up and over 40 pounds, with one over 50 pounds. That’s one of the most beautiful things you can catch in the ocean.
Tuna fishing was good with 40 to 50 pound Yellowfin Tuna, a few Blackfin Tuna, but mainly it was the last few days it’s been Mahi Fishing all the way down to Ocracoke. Stevie Wilson and the Charbo boys down that way doing really good.
Carolina Girl, Captain Jessie and Hatteras fleet are doing really good on Mahi. The Oregon Inland Fleet, Barry Sawyer on the First Crack. All these people that helped me with information are doing really, really well. They’re the best in the business. A little bit of action on Cobia yesterday, but not much.
The only thing that’s really changed is there’s good Ribbon fishing going on around Oregon Inlet. There’s some King Mackerel, Amberjack around Hatteras and some bottom fishing in both with sea bass and beeline or snappers. So all in all there’s just a lot of opportunity for the Offshore and Inshore fishing that should continue tomorrow. The fleet is booked, but you could still probably get on a makeup charter if you go to any of the major marinas and let them match you up with some other like minded people. You’ll be glad you did, because it doesn’t get any better than it is right now. I think we have the number one sport fishing fleet in the world on some of the nicest boats with some of the best fishing, so go take advantage of it. That’s my report for you on this Thursday morning.
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