North Carolina reports 6-14

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Hatteras reports

Bi-Op-Sea reports:

We had Mike, Joe and the boys from SC again on Wednesday. One of those days that reminds us how fortunate we are to fish out of Oregon Inlet. Great fishing all the way around with boats catching dolphin on the gulfstream change and good yellowfin and Bigeye action in the cooler water. We caught 3 bigeyes weighing 119, 123 and 140 pounds as well as 7 yellowfin. We also lost a couple more bigeyes. Day in and Day out the amount and variety of fish that this place produces is truly amazing. Thanks guys and see you next year. Yellowfin has been pretty good all week.

Bi-Op-Sea Fishing Charters

Captain Jesse Granitzki

P.O. Box 1088

Manteo, NC 27954



Boats around Hatteras including Godspeed are reporting blackins but the dolphin fishing is best.

Oregon Inlet Fishing Center

6-13   3 blues and 2 whites released along with nice catches of dolphin, and yellowfin including a citation bigeye and wahoo.


6-12  Bigeye , weighing 244,173, and 117, came to the dock along with a 60lb wahoo. Nice catches of yellowfin dolphin and a sail release.Inshore cobia, albacore and ;ots of Spanish.

Oregon Inlet Fishing Center

(252) 441-6301

Pirates Cove

6-13  One boat had 5 bigeyes and some yellowfin and dolphin.

6-12  Limits of dolphin highlighted the day along with yellowfins, a bigeye and a white release.

Pirate’s Cove Marina

2000 Sailfish Dr

Manteo, NC 27954

Toll Free: 1-800-367-4728


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The offshore boats returned with catches of dolphin, wahoo and blackfin tuna.  A blue and white marlin were released 6-14. Slow on the 13th with some blackfin. Some marlin seem to be around. Dolphin fishing seems to be the best bet.

Frisco Rod and gun




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