Sadly, gone are the days when Outer Banks charter boat fisherman worked together for their parties best interest. The fleet used to fish together, and talk on the radio to each other. There were no scramble channels and codes. Just everyone doing everything in their ability to show their people a good time and catch fish. When someone had a good day you would hear things like "pretty work" or "congratulations on your day". Now what we have is heated competition, boats undercutting one another, talking bad about each other on the internet, using scramble channels on the radio, and in some cases deliberately trying to hurt another's business after they have had a good day. So on that note I will not have a pissing contest on this board that is here for fishing reports, instead I will say, Hay Johnny, I had some customers come in earlier and they told me you caught some nice drum the other night, "pretty work, congratulations on your day", good luck in Florida

Good Luck,

Chris at Sharky's

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About The Author: Captain Chris Puma

Company: Sharkys Bait Tackle and Charters

Area Reporting: Outer Banks, North Carolina

Bio: Sharkys Bait Tackle and Charters is owned and opperated by licensed local charter boat captains. We have a fast modern fleet of boats to get you to the fishing grounds quickly and in comfort. We offer a wide variety of trips ranging from drifting in the sound for flounder to offshore gulfstream marlin and tuna fishing. Beginners, family groups, and experienced anglers.... we have trips for everyone!!!

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