Fishing Report: June fishing on the OBX
Fishing on the Outer Banks most days has been very good, but I’ll be the first to admit I’ve had a few bad days also. In the sound, the biggest news is the big Croakers and plenty of them. It’s been a few years since we had some nice size Croakers. The Trout and Flounder bite has been on and off. Capt. Marc and I fished a local tournament with 78 other fisherman for Trout, Flounder and Red Drum. Out of 80 great fishermen, one guy had a Flounder and Trout. We had two Trout out of 8 that were legal. That’s all that everyone caught in six hours of fishing. Just outside the inlet, Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel bite has been pretty steady. Most of the fish have been good eating size. I had some Bluefish last night for dinner and they were very tasty. Off the beach on some of the wrecks, Sea Bass and Amberjack are showing up. Offshore, the Tuna and Dolphin bite has been up and down. Some of the marinas say the bite is hot every day, but it’s just not so. Its fishing, some days are better than others. Fishing should only be getting better each week. Several other captains and I have joined together to make sure you can always book a fishing adventure. We have boats that cover from the sound to offshore. All captains are USCG approved, insured and experienced. Our goal is to give you a fun fishing experience. Email or call to book your trip today.
It was along day of fishing with only one Tuna to show for it. Thanks guys