Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Wong crew out today. Out the inlet crack o nine. Hit a pair of fatcats. Soaked down the beach. Then it was pretty great fishing. Cobia were popping. More small guys around to the point we stopped casting at em, no need to pad the numbers. Then picked out limit and released another eight. Booking a year in advance seems like rolling the dice but thats worked pretty good for Rich today and in the past! 69 lbs biggest fish.Great day, thanks guys!
Report by Capt Aaron Kelly at 9:20 PM
Rolling seas and choppy conditions made it tough to stay connected to the fish in the tower. Busted fish off, wrapped tips, pulled em off, along with picky eaters made for a trying day. But stayed the course fished hard and John got a piggy 75 lber to add to the other three. He also tagged and released one! Thanks!
Report by Capt Aaron Kelly at 9:09 PM
Last minute cancellation so Mike hopped on! Inlet was rough so we went back into to inlet tossed anchor fished couple hours ate sandwiches. Tide started to flood we got out the much calmer Inlet around one. Saw seven hooked seven landed six! Thanks mike!
Report by Capt Aaron Kelly at 9:04 PM
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
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Sunday, May 12, 2013
We could not go cobia fishing because the weather was not fit in the ocean so we fished in the backwaters off Kitty Hawk. Cole landed his first redfish then another. We also landed some nice trout! Dad also landed a few stripers in the mix! At one point Cole was reeling in a fish when another rod ejected itself off the boat when a big fish or ray pulled it off the boat. Bummed because fish and brand new first day out rod and reel went overboard. After 20 minutes of casting around for it, we snagged a line, handlined a fat trout ( jig buried way back in his throat) and then pulled rod back in!!! Winner winner fried trout dinner!! Thanks guys! See ya in July.
Report by Capt Aaron Kelly at 10:46 PM
Friday, May 10, 2013
Ran the Rock Solid down the sound to set up camp in hatteras for a few weeks at Oden's dock to get a jump on cobia season. Weather was beautiful today but water inshore still has not set up yet for cobia so off the beach we went. We landed a dozen dolphin and couple fat black fins . Even got a shot at a blue one just soaking but he did not like the cobia buck tail I tossed in his face. He did not swim in my squid strip spread and probably would of beat up my slh 20's up anyways. Thanks guys! Getting blown out down south for couple days but we can fish around nags head if anyone would like to go!
Report by Capt Aaron Kelly at 9:40 PM
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Fished Friday and Saturday. The wind sustained 25 with gusts over 30. We hid behind marsh islands and in creeks. We fished hard day one and landed 15 stripers ( which in the pics you can tell I had the biggest!), couple keeper trout, 4 flounder, and two puppy drum. Day two more wind. We fished hard catching only one small puppy drum. But finally found a school of em in a creek and landed a bunch casting jigs. Maybe the winds will quit blowing north and give us some southerly breezes to get ocean temps up so we can start hitting the cobia! Thanks guys!!
Report by Capt Aaron Kelly at 1:29 PM