Wrightsville Beach Inshore & Offshore Report
<p>Well first a Wrightsville Beach report. The inshore fishing for Spanish Mackerels has been fantastic. We had a 1/2 day on Thursday morning and again had great fishing with over 2 Dozen Macks caught in a few hours. Saturday we headed offshore in less than ideal conditions, SW 15-25 knots and the farther offshore we got the closer to 25 it got. Anyway I set out on the break and caught two nice wahoo, both 30 lbs or so. By 10:00 am it was just blowing to hard and I set out trolling back inshore for a few hours. Thankfully we found Mahi, Sailfish, and king and cudas inside to keep the Charter and Rick busy. At 2:00 I called it and we steamed for home. We stopped at the inlet and spent about 20 minutes catching a dozen Spanish before a big storm ran us to the dock.
Now for the billfishing, it has gotten red hot in Morehead city just in time for the Barta Billfish tournament this weekend. Yesterday three boat caught 23 White Marlin and Sailfish and missed or lost another 30. This was after they all caught a bunch of bailer Mahi inshore. We still need a couple for Wednesday or Thursday. Let me know if you want to join.
About The Author: Captain Tim Day
Company: Fishin' Days Sportfishing
Area Reporting: North Carolina
Bio: Wrightsville Beach Fishing Charters at it's finest, the Fishin' Days, a 46' Custom Carolina Wrightsville Beach Charter Fishing Boat. She is built to fish the rough waters of North Carolina, with a yacht interior, she will get you there in comfort. Offering Gulfstream fishing, Offshore and Inshore fishing, Full and Half Days. The name Fishin' Days has been on a wide variety of boats, but one thing has remained true, Captain Tim Day has been on the bridge and always returned to Wrightsville Beach Charter Fishing. Having fished all over the western Atlantic from Ocean City, MD to Caracas Venezuela; from St. Thomas and the North Drop to Palm Beach, Fl; From Cancun Mexico to the Bahamas and Wrightsville Beach Charter Fishing.