17 hours ago
The guys and gals wanted to try a little bottom bouncing this morning. Well it didn’t take long for em to say they were ready to troll after tired arms. We picked at a few Hoos and caught a giant Atlantic sailfish for a release citation, great job Kimberly!! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
We went to the south today and wild man found him what he was lookin for!!! A wahoo! ... See MoreSee Less
Oops, photo bombed by accident. Nice catch today Capt & crew
One meaty haul there
5 days ago
Well our whole fleet took off this morning in 20 knots of NW wind and shot up to the 400 line looking for the water the boys found the wahoo in the last day out. I had a bad feeling when we crossed 50 fathoms on the 350 and the water was as ugly as a mill pond. Just where I didn’t wanna be .. on the 350 in puke green water!! A few boats kept going up the line but I turned down the beach. Green water and no wahoos for the fleet pretty much sums up the hatteras fishing today. Somehow we got lucky and the tunas hit us once in a few hundred fathoms and I ended the day catching a quick limit of bass and a few other bottom fish. ... See MoreSee Less
The trolling was a little slow today but we caught a shit ton of triggers and snappers. Kimmel said he had enough fish and wanted to try a swordfish drop , we didn’t have any takers but did mark a few on the new Garmin bottom machine. ... See MoreSee Less
Footballs! Great eats
Save us some for Sunday!
Hopefully this will happen next month
We rode forever this morning thru the ugly water until we found the change in a few hundred fathoms. and it was holding! Plenty of dolphins and the guys did a great job of catching a limit about as fast as over seen all year. A few wahoos and a quick stop at the sea buoy this afternoon yielded our once every two year cobia catch!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Nice basket full !!!
Looks like you done good Tim
Well we finally made it back offshore after a week of northeast wind.. these pictures are of Rodanthe where the wind and waves came across the dunes. The water was as ugly as I’ve seen out to 30 fathoms but we found some descent looking water and some grass holding dolphins! ... See MoreSee Less
Nice work Andy! Hope the weather holds for Me, Phil, Jack, Mel, and the gang next Sunday - looks like it will! Hopefully, we'll keep the sharks off em' this time - or throw Phil overboard for chum! Lol!
Nice catch 👍
Well it seems like we have some wind this week. The forecast is not looking good to get offshore but here’s a video of jean last week catching a wahoo. I believe we had 9 this day fishing south around the 880 area. ... See MoreSee Less
Well we started off on the rockpile this morning and never had a bite so offshore we went, out to about 4,000 feet and never had a bite! It was looking pretty bleak about 1:00 when we hit a grass line and caught a limit of mahi!!! I don’t think we’ve ever been so happy to see a school of dolphins behind the boat this year!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Good day, we were out of South Port Thursday morning for kings skunked. 2 fish out of 50 boats
Congratulations Capt. and crew! Amazing how difficult it can look for quite a while and then all of a sudden... BAM!
Did Tim have to gaff that little fella? Y'all always get the meat!
Mahi still hanging around, it's almost Halloween
Knew y'all could do it
Will you still be fishing in October ?
We went back down the beach this morning but green water took over on the break. We did manage 2 wahoos but the water kept looking worse and worse we offshore we went. The sailfish attacked our teasers and wire rigs a few times but we finally were able to hold onto a pair!! ... See MoreSee Less
Gary and the boys caught plenty of wahoo yesterday and they wanted to try to bottom fishing today, but The only bottom we found was the bottom of the spool on a 70wide!!!! We ended up offshore in 150 fathoms on the 860 and there was a lot of billfish bites. Jono did a great job in the cockpit and we ended up with a few sails and a blue marlin. We did catch a few wahoo one of which was a big one! ... See MoreSee Less