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Had a cooler than usual weekend but it is heating up now and so are the Spanish. Caught 45 yesterday. While fishing for them we spotted cobia, a couple of mahi, and a shark. Today Cobia were caught near Topsail Island. On a trip this past weekend, even though cooler, we caught some Mahi. All in all, looks like everything is on schedule for a good fishing summer. Welcome to our beaches, Carolina Beach, Wrightsville Beach, and Topsail Island. Give us a call. We’ll be glad to take you on a fishing trip.

The fish are here and more are on the way. A trip nearshore this week resulted in massive size Spanish Mackerel and Blues. We caught Bonitas as well. Mahi are making their way in..some as close as 20 miles. Grouper are around the 30 mile mark. And for those who love inshore fishing, we are seeing more flounder, drum, and trout. Would love to take you out for a day of fun!

The temperature and the fishing are both heating up on the Carolina Coast, with a lot of species moving in with the increase in water temperature as of late. The Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, and a few Bonito have been caught on our recent trips, providing for sure action for everyone close to shore.

The King Mackerel have began to make their appearance for the year, with some fish being caught on the beach now and plenty of fish starting to fill in the 10-30 mile range. Cobia are falling in closely behind them, with a few sightings occurring over the last few weeks.

The Gulf Stream has been excellent when the weather cooperates. On our latest Gulf Stream trip we caught a few Mahi, a nice Wahoo, and a few tunas to accompany them. The Mahi should continue to become more prevalent and start working their way inshore, and by the end of the month the billfish should begin to make an appearance.

The Gulf Stream has been heating up on the Carolina coast when the weather cooperates and we can get out there. We have been leaving out of Wrightsville Beach when we go to the stream before the sun rises. The Blackfin have been willing to eat early, and a lot of them have been up top feeding. The Wahoo have been biting steady all day long, with a nice mixture of sizes. Billfish are very present, and have also been eating, with two sail releases this week. Mahi have been around, but are mostly found under any type of floating structure. We had 16 off of one stick earlier this week. Grouper have been biting decently along with all of the other bottom fish, and should continue to get better in the next month. Just breaking in the new boat the right way, come join us on the 28 ft. Mako, on three weeks old!

The fishing has been in full swing and up and down at Carolina Beach and Wrightsville Beach. The Grouper bite has been on, and there have proved to be some nice fish off of Wrightsville. The King Mackerel and Mahi-Mahi have also been biting well off of both Carolina and Wrightsville Beach, with a few sailfish mixed in as well. Spnish Fishing has been good from Carolina Beach all the way to Topsail Beach, along with shark fishing behind the shrimp boats. Tarpon are also spread out all along the coast, and can provide a hook up at any time. The inshore fishing has been great at Wrightsville Beach and up the Cape Fear, with many flounder being caught in the river with some trout mixed in and good numbers of drum at Wrightsville Beach on the docks. The King Mackerel seem to be showing up on the beach some too, along with the bait pods.
The Month of August is booking up as we speak, so call fast to reserve your spot.
Capt. Owen
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This is a fishing report I love to give! The bait is on the beach, blues and spanish have shown up on the beach, King Mackerel are close to the beach. Cobia and King Mackerel are in the 10-20 mile range right now with Dolphin soon behind. Finally, Grouper fishing has opened up again and doing fine. The Gulf Stream still has WAhoo, Dolphin, and Tuna. It’s heating up!