Oregon Inlet Fishing Report May 10, 2014 – More Great Dolphin Fishing
Solid grass lines are being found and that is translating to very strong dolphin action, with many gaffer sized dolphin being covered in the Oregon Inlet fishing report. The weather of the next 24-48 hours will hold consistent with 15-20 knot winds from the south west subsiding in to Monday – waves 2-4 feet in the forecast.
The charter boat High Return had a great day offshore fishing for dolphin – the bite has been very strong as of late. The sportfishing boat Legacy and her crew were able to put together another great day on the water. The Legacy was able to find more hungry gaffer sized dolphin – reporting over fifty gaffers by 9:30 AM. After heading out from the grass, they were able to locate some nice yellowfin tuna – catching five in all. Rounding out the day the crew managed to hook and land a nice 75 pound mako shark.
Point Runner out of Oregon Inlet Fishing Center was able to locate plenty of gaffer sized dolphin. By 10AM they had their fill of dolphin and were in search of tuna. Point Runner didnt have as much success with the tuna but did manage to score a nice yellowfin before the end of the trip.
Qualifier Charters was well int he mix today landing a nice 35 pound gaffer dolphin and expects the fishing to remain strong. The same is true with the charter Skiligal who landed dolphin but also managed to find a few nice yellowfin tuna with 2 almost tipping the scales at fifty pounds.
Bite Me Sportfishing was able to mix things up by locating a nice wahoo along with some blackfin tuna to go with some solid gaffer dolphin.
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