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Fin-Nagle Fishing Charters
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Address325 Nags Way ct.
Nags Head, NC, US
Websitehttp://www.fishingouterbanks.com/
Phone(252) 599-2903
Emailfinnagle@earthlink.net
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About Fin-Nagle Fishing Charters

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Capt. Ray started the team in 2006, fishing the American Striper Ass. & the FLW Striper Series. In 2008, the team of Ray and Marc move to fishing the Southern Kingfish Ass./SKA in North Carolina. Since 2008, they have placed in the top of their division and also placed in the top 20 during the National Championships. 

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By Capt. Raymond Pugh on 10/16/2016 2:06:32 PM • Rank (274) • Views (275) •Comments(0)
The Striper fishing just doesnt get any better than it is right now. Twice this week the state record has been broken. First its was 63 then 64lbs and who knows what will happen next week. The fish are feeding on big menhaden and geting bigger everyday. Last week the bite was best in the morning but this week it seems to be better in the afternoon....

By Capt. Raymond Pugh on 4/24/2015 11:36:04 AM • Rank (181) • Views (181) •Comments(0)
We had a fishable day in between the bad weather so I rounded up a few guys for a late day trip. I had a call from Capt. Arron Kelly that the Stripers were in the Nags Head area which is a close ride to Oregon Inlet. We left the dock at 145 and were back at 415 with a limit. All fish caught were in the 30lb class except for one 37lb citationcaught...

By Capt. Raymond Pugh on 8/21/2014 11:15:33 AM • Rank (315) • Views (321) •Comments(0)
Headed out today with old clients John Barlow Mark Knisely King Mackerel guru Jack Wood. It was a beautiful day on the water except for too many boats. We caught fish all day long keeping a nice limit and releasing all the rest. Most fish were 20-30lb class but we did have a few small one. I do have open dates if your ready to go.Thanks Ray

By Capt. Raymond Pugh on 6/3/2014 12:21:03 PM • Rank (85) • Views (92) •Comments(0)
Headed out today with two fishing teammates Marc Kerns and Woodie Spruill in search of some Rockfish. After a long boat ride we found some fish off Corolla. We did some some catch and release then made the long run back to Oregon Inlet. Along the way we did run into some more fish that were closer to the inlet. It sure beats that 50 mile run north....

By Capt. Raymond Pugh on 2/4/2014 11:15:16 PM • Rank (45) • Views (54) •Comments(0)
What a foggy day it was. We couldnt see anything at 8AM when we left dock. Thank goodness for Lowrance electronics. The radar and chartplotter can in real handy. Once we got outside the inlet we ran across some bait and had a call from Capt. Arron that he had already boated a few. Out went the lures and the fish started coming in. Fished for a few...

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