Inside Rudee Inlet there have continued to be some nice Flounder being caught on Gulp on a light jig head. There has also been a decent Croaker bite going on, with a few Spot starting to move in a swell. Croaker and Spot will bite best on live bloodworms as well as cut squid
Though we have no boats fishing inshore today, that does not mean the fish are not there. Recently the fleet have continued to succeed with catch some nice Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. We have also heard some reports of some Red Drum being caught and released as well. There are still some small sharks being caught and released in the mix of things as well. We have Several inshore charters scheduled for tomorrow, so be sure to check back with us tomorrow afternoon to get the up to date inshore report!
The Capt Cheryl returned to the docks flying 2 White Marlin release flags, as well as a beautiful haul of Blueline Tilefish and Black Sea Bass. One of the Capt Cheryl’s Sea Bass was of citation size at 5lbs even. The GitRDone hit the docks with 2 White Marlin release flags on their riggers, as well as a whole cart full of Mahi!
A Sandbar Shark was caught and released on the Toro by Victor Burdell of Hertford North Carolina.
A 5 pound Seabass was caught by Bobby Beatty of Virginia Beach on the Capt Cheryl. Bobby also caught and released a White Marlin.
Ryan Pierce, of Virginia Beach, caught and released a White Marlin on the Capt Cheryl.
A White Marlin was caught by Patrick Ellis of Virginia Beach on the Git-R-Done.