Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Congrats Phil Ambler and Garret Neam
trout, pups, flounder....and tarpon?
Good mixed bag bite also with a lot of little pups, also a wave of 30 inchers, plenty of trout from one to two feet long and a good sign of little flounders.
Saturday, June 24, 2017
Congrats to Marty and Brian
Friday, June 16, 2017
little uns also
Thursday, June 15, 2017
First Big Drum on a Cork of the Year?
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Going to be a long week
They are poised to win well over $1million if this fish holds up as the first place fish with 5 more days of fishing to go.
What many don't realize, is now that the pressure is off, Capt. Brian and Marty are very motivated to go catch another one bigger than this one! I have always said that Capt. Brian is the hardest working waterman that I know and this is well deserved.
Congratulations to Marty and Brian and crew of the Run Off!
Saturday, June 3, 2017
Friday, June 2, 2017
It's not like a restaurant out there....
Although we did have a blue marlin take a look at one of our teasers and I got some really good sushi off of an oceanic bonito, we never saw another fish or got another bite anywhere in our travels except from the one loan wooden pallet that was "covered up" with dolphin. We landed 16 bailers and gaffers, including my citation 45 pounder before turning it over to a nearby boat and continuing on our fruitless search for billfish.
Meanwhile, the guys on the Bill Collector hooked up to a blue marlin and landed a sailfish, EXACTLY what we were looking for, but they only had a handful of shots at dolphin. Anytime you catch a billfish and hook a blue marlin off the NC coast that's a great day, so both boats had great days, just with the wrong customers. If it were only like a restaurant and you could order up what you want.
Other than a few morning squals, I have seen very few NC offshore days prettier than yesterday