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Outer Banks summer fishing

Capt. Raymond Pugh
May 29, 2013
Outer Banks - Saltwater Fishing Report

Summer fishing has finally kicked into gear. On the inshore scene, the Speckle trout, Red Drum, and Flounder are in most of the usual spots. All are biting shrimp, squid, and my favorite, the Gulp swimming mullet. The Bluefish have been in and out depending on the water temperature, but that should get pretty solid soon. Near shore, the Cobia have been hit and miss, but any day it will be going crazy. Offshore, the Yellowfin tuna and Dolphin bite has been real strong. Limits of both have been caught by boats on several trips. There has been a few billfish caught as well, and that should only improve with rising water temperatures.

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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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