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Summer fishing on the Outer Banks

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Awarded by , 07-06-2009 at 09:05 PM (1551 Views)
Quote Originally Posted by Capt. Ray
The summer fishing on the Outer Banks has never been better. There is no time off the day thatís any better than the other. On half day and evening trips, we have been catching Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel trolling in sound or ocean. The fish have been spread out, so some days itís just a matter of finding them. Bottom fishing has also been good with catches of Spot, Croakers, Flounder, and Triggerfish. For the fisherman that like to cast, Trout and small Striped Bass have been taken around the sound bridges and deep water marsh points. Off the beach, the Amberjack fishing has been crazy. The AJís will bite almost anything, but the best lure has been the butterfly jigs, but if you really want to see them exploded, toss a live Bluefish out. It turns into a feeding frenzy. The poor Bluefish doesnít even hit the water good and an AJ inhales it. The Tuna and Dolphin bite has been up and down. Its in being at the right place, at the right time. Sometimes itís an early morning bite, and other days itís late in the afternoon. Thatís just how fishing is, one day your in the meat and the next day you canít find it. I still have some dates open if you want to try and catch that trophy fish or just have a family day on the water. Send me an email or give me a call to book your fishing adventure.


  1. sgorchid's Avatar
    Where are you located?
    How much for a full day, & how many can I have in my party? Thanks, Craig
  2. NCangler's Avatar

    Please click on the Fin-Nagle Fishing Charters banner in his signature file to go to his website where you can email him or call for more information.