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Outer Banks Fishing Report
Light winds, fair seas, and hot fishing. This group from Auburn had the best of it all!
With the weather as nice as it was, I gave my group the option of heading up to the northeast a good ways, in search of tuna. The fleet out of Oregon Inlet had been having pretty good fishing, so I went in hopes of finding some fish south of them. My guys gave me a little extra help with the fuel bill, and off we went. It worked out fine. We had a couple of bites not long after we set the lines out, and pretty much stayed in the same general area all day and scrapped along. We did get whammed twice, and held on to five each time. By 12:30, we had our limit, and were headed back home. The fish ranged in size from a few 20 pounders, to several over 50, but I'd say the average was 35-40. The good news is that there were a few tuna bites southwest of where I was, and hopefully there should just be more fish showing up down on our end. The report I got from the Hatteras fleet, to the south was a fair sign of wahoos and dolphin, and a pretty good showing of sailfish.
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