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North Carolina Gulf Stream Report- 4/30

Capt. Owen Sewell
May 3, 2008
Wrightsville Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

Posted - 05/03/2008 : 7:49:38 PM

Thursday started out to be one of the most beautiful days on the ocean that I have ever seen. We ran 55 mph all the way out to the stream. We started out jigging and the kings just kept cutting us off so we switched up and started trolling. IN three minutes a nice chunky blackfin hit the deck to break in the guys new Seacraft. We trolled for a while then we got to the spot. First one was a nice wahoo that was 50+, then a dolphin followed. Then another nice 40+ wahoo and the next one broke us off. We ran out of bait due to some dolphin short striking and we ran back to do some more grouper fishing. We started off with a nice red, then we jigged up about 10 speckled hinds but they were all short. Three more grouper came in the boat that were keepers before the day was over and it got a little bit sporty so we headed back in. Call us to book your trip today. I just want to add in that we saw THREE different Blue Marlin free jumping while we were in the stream, soit looks like another good year for Billfish.
Capt. Owen


Wrightsville Beach Fishing Forecast:

Dolphin will be showing up in great numbers shortly.

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