Turkey! We donít need no stinkiní turkey! Not as long as we can spend a day chasing wahoo & tuna. Not to mention the fact that the largest blue marlin of the year will be prowling Hatterasí offshore waters!
Iíve got 3 guys who want to fish 11/24. They are also flexible to fish 11/25 or 11/26 as the weather dictates. I need 1 more crew to make the trip and, of course, have room for up to 3 more.
Beyond that Iím open to fishing as many days as possible during the week or two following 11/24.
Who knows? Maybe the bluefin will even show up early this year. It doesnít hurt to dream and if youíre going to dream, dream big!
Watching a football game is just fine if you canít spend the day on blue water, but if I have a choice of doing vs. watching, well, that an easy decision to make!
As always, if the spirit moves you, give me a shout.
OK. we've got a crew of 4 for a day trip for 11/25. All of the other dates are still wide open.
Given the weather, the few boats that have run out of Hatteras Inlet recently have been doing well on wahoo, yellowfin, & blackfin tuna to include some nice size wahoo.
Looks like a number of charter boats are getting ready to take advantage of the pretty weather and go to sea tomorrow.
If you're interested, feel free to give me a shout at 215-837-3311.
The current forecast suggests Saturday, 11/26 and Sunday 11/27 are looking decent.
Have two spots available Saturday and am wide open for Sunday.
Recent reports suggest King Mackerel fishing is as good as it gets with many in the 30 – 40+ pound range. Boats willing to leave the mackerel are also continuing to pick up wahoo & dolphin. Also, Oregon Inlet boats are limiting out on yellowfin. Thus, the odds are decent that we can find ‘em if we run north.
I much appreciate the sentiment.
Hopefully, the weather will hold.
I expect there are still a few billfish to be found up our way. Wouldn't mind finding one after we finish messin' with the kings. Will be more than happy to settle for a couple of big Hoo!