Rudee Inlet has continued to produce some great Bluefish. They have been hitting on top water artificial baits, as well as cut Finger Mullet off the bottom. There have also been some Flounders showing up, with a few keepers in the mix. The flounder have been hitting best on Gulps on a light jig head, as well as occasionally hitting on cut squid strips. There are a few Croaker and Spot starting to make their summer time appearance here inside Rudee Inlet, Bloodworms have seemed to be the best choice for those trying to get hooked up with these fish.
The Inshore bite has continued to heat up with action. For awhile all we were seeing were some Bluefish and Clearnose skates. But as the weather here continues to warm up, the fishing is starting to heat up as well. We have already started seeing some Cobia starting to make an appearance, which is a great sign because we usually do not see any sign of them until next month. Most anglers who have had success hooking up with the lately controversial Cobia have been sight casting at them. Up in the Bay there have been several nice Red Drum caught and released, as well as the occasional Black Drum. Also in the Bay we have heard some reports of some beautiful Flounder being caught on Gulps. We are ready to get you and your crew fishing, with Memorial Day just around the corner what better time to celebrate a 3 day weekend other than being out on the water. Click HERE to request your next inshore charter with the best fishing fleet in the area!
The offshore bite is continuing to pick up as the water temp is on the rise. Some of the fleet have been fishing just south of us and had some great success catching some beautiful Mahi as well as some Yellowfin Tuna. We are confident the bite at the Norfolk Canyon is about to go off. We are just around the corner from some great catches of Yellowfin Tuna and Mahi being brought back to the docks. We will also start seeing some flags flying as the fleet returns from offshore, representing the catch and release of White Marlin, Blue Marlin, and Sailfish. Also in the mix off the offshore bite will be Wahoo and Mako sharks. The head boat fleet have been having great success with their Black Sea Bass trips, bringing back good hauls and some beautiful citations. Also on bottom fishing trips have been some huge Bluefish, Blueline Tilefish, Golden Tilefish, Black Bellied Rose Fish, and even some nice Snowy Groupers all in the mix of things. Be sure to book your next offshore charter fishing trip with one of the amazing boats on our fleet, as we are already starting to book up for the summer!