North Carolina Gulf Stream Fishing!

March 16th, 2008 by Gillwetter Press

Nice sea conditions have allowed going to the gulf stream.

Catch of blackfin tuna, wahoo and mahi! A blue marlin was hooked at the 100 fathom curve. The fishing should only get better and was told the yellow fin were down off of Charleston last week. They should be making their way north in the next couple of weeks.

The blackfin were caught way back behind the boat! Long lines were 200 plus yards out. Light leader and small baits were the ticket. Sreader bar rigs also scored well on the tuna!

Closer in caught grouper and snaller on the way home. Bottom fished in the 40 mile range with nice catch. Kings are still holding in the 68 degree water in the 40 mile range!

Captain Rod
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OnMyWay Charters
“Finest in light tackle offshore fishing”
Fishing the local waters for over 20 years!

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