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Albatross Fleet
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Address57976 North Carolina 12
Hatteras, NC 27943, US
Websitehttp://www.albatrossfleet.com
Phone(252) 986-2515
Emailalbatrossfleet@earthlink.net
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About Albatross Fleet

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Established in 1937 by the late Capt. Ernal Foster, the Albatross Fleet has fished every season since then except for the years of WW II.  The fleet is now operated by Capt Ernie Foster who, having learned from his father, is one of only three second-generation native guides operating out of Hatteras.

Moored at Foster’s Quay in the heart of the harbor of Hatteras Village, the fleet has its own private docks and fish cleaning facilities.  The Albatross Fleet provides its customers the convenience of a marina operation with a sense of privacy and a personal touch not usually encountered in the modern world of salt-water fishing.

Capt. Ernie has been charter fishing Hatteras since 1958.  So, if you are planning a fishing trip, whether it is an “off-shore” adventure with friends, the excitement of a Blue Marlin, the raw power of a giant Bluefin Tuna in the winter, or a first family outing for Spanish mackerel, why not fish with the Captain who has fished these waters longer than anyone else?



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xfernal Hatteras July Report
The winds have steadily been rolling in from the South for a couple weeks now and the water is hot in the sound and right off the beach. With temps 85 degrees in the sound and blended water all the way out to the deep, it has made for some hot or miss fishing.  There is still good billfishing going on in Hatteras right now. Reliance went 2 for 3 on Blue Marlin one day last week, and several other boats including Good Times released them. There has also been a few White Marlin, but by far, the majority of billfish has been Sailfish. Albatross II released 3 sails on Thursday. The offshore Blackfin Tuna bite in the last week has been decent around 230  Rocks. There has also been  few bailers being caught when a break or float is found. The Wahoo bite has picked up a little and there are plenty of Amberjack and Barracuda being caught while trolling for them.  On bottom, Black Sea Bass and Vermillion Snapper are being caught nearshore and plenty o
xfernal Blue and White Marlin, Gaffer Dolphin, Blackfins, and Wahoo
Fishing has been incredible this week out of Oregon Inlet, Hatteras, and Morehead City. The big news is the White Marlin and big Mahi Mahi have shown up. All boats have been catching 10 - 30# dolphin, with many getting their limit. Wahoo reports have slowed down some, but there are still plenty of schools of Blackfin Tuna. You might want to call in sick to work tomorrow.
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