Tuna Tales

 | By Seamus on 9/14/2021 11:19:00 AM | Views (88)

Why do fish sing off key?

Because you can't TUNA FISH!

 

Offshore came back in with a catch consisting of black fin tuna, yellow fin tuna, mahi-mahi and wahoo. While entering the creek we saw multiple release flags flying.

Nearshore caught ribbon fish, blue fish, spanish mackerel and false albacore. 

Inshore had a good day with red drum, trout and flounder. 

 

Today is the LAST day of flounder season for 2021.

Give us a shout at 252-441-6301 so we can get some bait on your hook. Check out the website too, at www.oregon-inlet.com.

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This Fishing Report was submitted on 9/14/2021 11:19:00 AM by Seamus and last updated on 9/14/2021 9:31:17 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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