Crossing The Bar

 | By Seamus on 9/8/2021 9:05:52 PM | Views (101)

A lot of chatter about the bar on the radio today, was tricky getting out and back in, but everyone made it safe. 

Offshore brought in black fin tuna, yellow fin tuna and a hand full of mahi with some release flags flying. 

Nearshore caught bluefish, ribbon fish, drum and spanish mackerel.

Inshore was reeling in limits of speckled trout and puppy drum. Don't forget flounder season ends on September 14th. 

 

Coming into town and want to get your sea legs? Give us a shout at 252-441-6301 or visit the website at www.oregon-inlet.com!

 

Ya'll thought we forgot our daily joke for you today? Well here's a good one for ya:

What did the barracuda say after eating a clown fish?

That tastes a little funny!

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This Fishing Report was submitted on 9/8/2021 9:05:52 PM by Seamus and last updated on 9/8/2021 7:51:06 PM.


Location

98 NC 12 Hwy
Nags Head, NC US


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Degree, Decimal Minutes:
N35º 47.805', W75º 32.882'
Decimal Degrees:
35.79675, -75.54803
Degree, Minutes, Seconds:
N35º 47' 48.30", W75º 32' 52.91"

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