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Sunday, May 25 2014

It just wasn't our turn today.  We had a group that really wanted to catch a blue marlin and thew conditions were perfect for one so we spent all day in the deep looking for one.  We saw a few around us jumping behind other boats but we never got our chance.  We did catch a few nice gaffers and made a deep drop and caught our grouper and wreckfish so they did have some nice bags of meat to take home as a consolation prize.  Maybe next time guys!

Posted by: Capt Freddy AT 06:29 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Friday, May 23 2014

We had a 1/2 day Cobia trip today.  There was some pretty good action yesterday evening to the south so I decided to head that way in hopes of finding some.  The coniditions weren't ideal but were plenty good enough to find them.  We foumd one that we were able to make a couple casts to but he just wouldn't eat.  He followed the jig two or three times but never tried it.  We rode all over the ocean and saw plenty of turtles and sharks but no more cobia.  The boats that had full day cobia trips finally found some fish up above avon but it was out of our range for a 1/2 day.  Pretty day on the water none the less.

Posted by: Capt Freddy AT 11:34 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Sunday, May 18 2014
Hatteras Fishing Report 5/18

Full day Cobia trip today.  Beautiful slick calm coniditons and once we found some fish they were chewing.  We wound up almost off salvo but it was well worth it.  We caught our limit and saw and released several more.  Nothing huge but a really pretty class of fish.  A great day on the water!

Posted by: Capt Freddy AT 07:48 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Saturday, May 17 2014
Hatteras Fishing Report 5/17

The wind was howling at daylite this morning so we decided to radio fish for a bit to see just how rough it was offshore.  It didn't sound that bad so we charged out the inlet aorund 8:30.  Luckily we found some conditions of scattered grass not too far offshore that was holding some gaffers Dolphin.  We picked at them all day and wound up with a pretty good catch for such a late start.  It wasn't nearly as rough as it normally is when its blowing 25 NW so I feel like we got really lucky to get the trip in today.   

Posted by: Capt Freddy AT 06:39 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
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Whatever Sport Fishing
Odens Dock Hwy 12
Hatteras, NC 27943
Phone: 252.996.0549