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Headed south for 2 weeks

Capt. Raymond Pugh
January 23, 2016
Outer Banks - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Since the fishing on the Outer Banks was slow,
I decided to take a road trip to Marathon in the Florida Keys and hang out for two weeks. Fishing was great on the bay (gulf side)with plenty of Snapper,Spanish Mackerel, Speckle Trout, and Blow Toads. The best bait to use was live shrimp or chunks of ballyhoo. Once you get a chums slick going, its just a few minutes and the fish show up. In no time, we had out limit and it was back to the house for lunch. The ocean side was a little to ruff for fishing, but I did manage two days when the wind backed off some and managed to boat two nice King Mackerel with the biggest going 45 lbs. I'm now back on the OBX waiting for the wind to stop blowing 30plus MPH and the sun to come back out. Come on summer.

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Anything that bites

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Finagle some time off and have an exciting day of inshore or sound fishing with Fin-Nagle Fishing Charters. The Outer Banks of North Carolina offers some of the best world-class saltwater fishing for Cobia, Red Drum, Striped Bass, Trout, Bluefish, Mackerel and many other species that swim our waters. We target certain fish depending on the season and weather conditions to insure you a great day of fishing. We offer half and full day charters or we can customize one that fits your schedule.

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Fin-Nagle Fishing Charters of the Outer Banks, North Carolina
325 Nags Way ct.
Nags Head, NC 27959
Phone: 252-599-2903
Alt. Phone: 252-441-2639
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