Outer Banks Info
The Jersey boys had good bluefishing in the morning along with a suprise red drum.
A pretty drum in the water just before release.
These next few pictures are big red drum caught by the Martin crew from Pennsylvania. All the fish were released up to 55 pounds unharmed. Great fishing!
The Davidson crew were all smiles after bluefishing around the inlet this morning.
The boys from New York with a nice 20 pound cobia!
Hey dad - I caught my first spanish mackeral!
A nice 20 inch flounder going in the box.
The girls from Charlotte had great flounder fishing this morning cathing 30 or more and having 6 big enough to keep.
George Fleszar and crew had a great morning catching bluefish and spanish mackeral around the inlet.
First mate Leroy keeping a sharp eye out for a drum or a cobia.
Birthday boy Jake in the tower looking for the big one.
The crew from Bristow, VA had a great time catching various bottom fish this morning.
The Scout crew had a great morning catching bluefish and scattered spanish mackeral around the inlet.
A beautiful sunrise over south Nags Head this morning.
The Roanoke, VA crowd had good bluefish and spanish mackeral fishing around the inlet.
One of several dolphin we caught today on an all day trip.
The boats are all lined up getting ready for the Pirates Cove Billfish tournament.
Today produced another great catch of dolphin on an all day trip.
The McClanahan crew had a fun afternoon catching bluefish and spanish mackeral.
These New Yorkers had a great time with bluefish and spanish mackeral in the morning.
These Arizona anglers enjoyed a good afternoon of bluefish and mackeral.
The Brooks brothers and family enjoyed an all day trip of bailer dolphin.
A limit of spanish mackeral greeted these anglers this morning.
Hey dad, check me out with these tasty spanish mackeral I caught this afternoon.
The mackeral fishing continues to be good!
The four boat crew from Virginia Tech had a mixed bag of bluefish, spanish mackeral, and albacore.