Fish aboard the Rock Solid, the Carolina Blue, or the Southern Run for light tackle charter fishing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and Chesapeake, Va. We customize trips for families as well as the experienced angler. All bait, tackle, rods, reels and licenses are included. We'll get you rigged up!
Ha ha. been having a great time even though last week cobia fishing has been crummy and that might be an overstatement. So what do we do. Go find something else to do. We found lady fish , nice slot sized black drum, sheepshead, Snappers of all sizes , one Goliath grouper, wierd looking pin fish and some big ass flounda!! Amanda whacked a six pounder and we also got another ten pounds!!! As you can tell in the pics she kicked out butts one day. Did not know there were halibut in coco! Full moon has passed so maybe the cobia will pop again! One of the many highlights was watching lama have to release this fat plump yummy looking grouper that was out of season! The look on his face was priceless!!
Capt Dillion (newest addition to our team!) got into some awesome red fishing in the shallows around Oregon inlet! These fish were landed casting jigs on light spinning in two foot of water! Fishing is getting better! Give us a call today to get a trip before we get all booked up ! Hooked up!
Out today crusing around with some cool guys that got blown out offshore. Despite freezing cold and strong winds these guys wanted to just get out of the house drink a few beers and get some fresh oysters!! So we cruised across some flats in the penn yan and found clear super clean water that produces only the yummiest oysters. We got us a bushel of handpicked oysters shucked a few and filled a nice bag of mussels as well. We I was a kid I remember seeing lots of big black mussels along the shorelines of Oregon inlet but not so much in the last ten years. We got a few spots undisturbed with healthly bivalves around! We got a few nice pieces of driftwood as well. As far as any fish, not really much of anything we did see a red fish with snapper like coloring that was twelve inches long with a big eye swimming around with a small forked tail. Never seen a critter like this one before. Looked like something you would see in the keys not cold springtime Oregon inlet water?!