Friday, July 4, 2014

Awful Arthur!

Well got a day off at least...  Hope this hurricane breezes by with nothing more than a few hurricane hangovers! Just got finished on a long day hauling boats and prepping for the storm. Had to run Rock Solid up twenty miles so I brought some of the critters and skipped them along.  Why not let them have fun gotta burn the fuel anyways!   Thanks to everyone for the concerned calls and texts! And all the help and offers!  Thanks for fishing guys and hope you have a great 4th and good luck to everyone around here with there families and property!!   Tossed in a few fishing pics as well.  Doubleheader maneaters with six year old Owen and his Dad Scott and buddies on first ocean trip!  Fun stuff.  Got em up close to a turtle!!  Dave's cobia had a flip flop mahi in its mouth!  That boat sank before the storm!

Saturday, June 28, 2014

No such thing as too much fun!

What an awesome week! It was a nice treat to have some long time locals fish this us! Thanks to Tim Willis & the guys, Dustin Carter, James & Derrick & of course John & Sharon Newbold. Made some new friends & was able to catch up with some old ones while enjoying the beautiful weather & catching several fish too! Lots of drum of all sizes hanging around & scattered cobia as well. The Carolina Blue found a new home this week at Wanchese Marina! We are so excited to be there! Big thanks to the Owens crowd & Len Gaskill for letting me crash their docks for a while! You guys rock!

 The Man, The Myth, The Legend, Mr. John Newbold
 Team Rock Solid hard at work! Haha!

 Michael & Jacob with their sight casted drum

Thursday, June 26, 2014

So much cooler online!!!

I am not really cool in real life but did get my annual hair cut so least I don't look like joe dirt anymore! Still getting a bite or two!!  Fishing is not consistent I have no idea what's gonna happen and what the water is gonna do but we are gonna load up try hard and catch what comes our way in a fun laid back atmosphere!  Check out Jim catching a cobia sight casting off that stick of a pier in kitty hawk!  And it was on a meathog jig!!! And check out Finn with his nice gaffer and his gigantor 1 pound 12 ounce seamullet!!  Speaking of mullet did I tell ya, no more joe dirt, dang!  And if that young man bear hugging that cobia he caught with his Dad does show joy, not sure what does!!  Big schools of big reds covered us up today few miles southeast of Oregon inlet! Special thanks to all the support and all you guys for coming back and letting me talk your ear off in the tower!!!