A fairly dismal week for fishing along the NC coast this week. Winds were keeping boats inside for the most part, but a few large boats headed out to get tuna. A few inshore anglers picked up flounder, red drum and trout. Hopefully the weather will cooperate over the next week and heat up the fishing.
Oregon Inlet Reports:
March 25, 2010 Fishing Report: Today we had two of our Offshore Boats catch and release bluefin tuna, Ron Stewart bought one in weighing 155 pounds. We had a few private boats come in and fill out citations for bluefin also.
March 22, 2010 Fishing Report: A beautiful day on the water, happy fishermen needed more coolers. Fishing was great. One charter boat with a beautiful bluefin tuna and 9 yellowfin tuna and one private boat with a beautiful bluefin, these fellows were from Kenly, N.C. Congrat David Pate. Charters available for you to have a memorable day of fishing.
March 20, 2010 Fishing Report: 333 lbs of Bluefin Tuna! Caught by Ricky Clark and party. Mark Mayer of Kill Devil Hills, NC caught one weighing 163 lbs. Steve Flippo of Annapolis, MD landed a 160lb Bluefin. A 159 lb Bluefin was caught by Tony Bednar of Cottage Grove, MN. Tyler Parker of East Waterford, PA brought in a 123 lb and Bunky Dublin of Cordova, MD landed a 122 lb. Javier Serna of Charlotte, NC brought in one weighing 65 lbs besides helping to bring in some of the best Yellowfin catch of the day. In addition to the one they kept, every boat who went out caught and released from 5 to 10 Bluefins. Besides the Bluefin and Yellowfin Tuna, anglers also brought in….full fishing report here