Offshore: Bright and early this morning the WaveRunner headed out in the direction of the Norfolk Canyon, The returned to the docks a little after 5 with a Yellowfin Tuna, a few Blueline Tilefish, and some Black Bellied Rose fish in the mix of things! We also had a private boat that returned with some Yellowfin Tuna and Mahi, and we also weighed in a citation Wahoo hitting the scales at 43 pounds.
Rudee Inlet: The Rudee Inlet bite continues to be a few Croaker and some good amounts of nice Spot biting on live Bloodworms on bottom rigs. For those looking to use some top-water artificials or Gulps on a light jig head you have a good chance of hooking up to a beautiful Speckled Trout or even a Puppy Drum. We have also heard a few reports of some small Striper making appearances inside the Inlet as well. Be sure to stop in our store for all your Rudee Inlet fishing needs, including live Bloodworms! Inshore: Before Hurricane Matthew moved into our area the fleet was having some nice luck with catching some nice Spanish Mackerel as well as a few nice Bluefish in the mix …
Rudee Inlet: The Rudee Inlet bite is starting to switch over from the summer bite to the fall bite. Though there are still a few lingering flounder, we have seen an increased bite in Speckled Trout. Anglers looking to target these fish would be best off using either a MirrOLure or Gulp on a light jig head. There are still some Croaker as well as some nice Spot biting, popular baits for these species would be best off using wither live Bloodworms or Squid. Don not forget to stop in our shop here at Rudee Inlet for all your Rudee Inlet fishing needs! Inshore: Sadly all boats are dockside today and we have no inshore trips scheduled. Over the past few days though boats that …
Inshore: We did not have any inshore trips scheduled for today sadly. Though yesterday most of the fleet fished inshore and caught some nice Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. There was also a few False Albacore in the mix of things. WE have heard some reports of a few Red Drum being caught and released today. Offshore: Bright and early this morning the WaveRunner headed out in the direction of the Norfolk Canyon. We are expecting them to return to the docks between 5 and 6 this evening so be sure to check back with us to see how they did! The Wave Runner returned to the docks this evening with a very nice catch of Wahoo! One of which was a 35lb citation! Pretty work!!
Inshore: Today just about the entire fleet was booked by a company for an inshore half day charter. All of the boats returned to the docks with some beautiful Spanish Mackerel and a few nice Bluefish in the mix of things! Offshore: Unfortunately none of our fleet fished offshore today, but the offshore bite has continued to produce nice catches of Mahi and Marlin!
Inshore: The High Hopes and Capt Cheryl fished inshore today and they both returned with some awesome catches of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish! Offshore: The Backlash returned flying 3 White Marlin release flags, as well as a Wahoo, and a few Mahi. The Instigator returned with some nice Mahi as well!
Offshore: Today the Backlash came back with a good amount of Mahi! The Wave Runner also had a nice catch of Mahi and a Blue Marlin Flag flying! Rick Carter, of Dalton, GA came back from an all day offshore aboard the Wave Runner with an 85 inch Blue Marlin!
Rudee Inlet: The Rudee Inlet bite has continued to be predominately Croaker and Spot, with the Spot bite on the rise. Popular baits for anglers looking to target these two species have been live bloodworms and squids on a bottom rig. There are still a few lingering flounder reportedly being caught using gulp on a light jig head. Puppy Drum are still here if you can find them biting on cut finger mullet. There are some Speckled Trout that have started to move in hitting on the occasional Gulp or MirrOlure. Fall fishing in Rudee inlet is usually pretty good, so be sure to get outside and throw a line in. Dont forget to stop in our store for all of your Rudee Inlet fishing …
Offshore: The GitRDone was the first of the offshore fleet to return to the docks, and they brought home some nice Mahi as well as a Tuna. The Backlash was right behind him flying 3 White Marlin release flags, a Blue MArlin release flag, as well as some Mahi and a few Albacore. The Top Notch returned from offshore with a nice haul of Mahi! Pretty work today!
Offshore: Due to the winds blowing the waters are quite choppy, keeping the fleet in for today. We are hoping that the winds die out soon so we can get back out there. The offshore bite has been creating some nice catches of Mahi as well as well as Spearfish, White Marlin, and Sailfish citations.