Finally made it offshore and all I can say is I hope things change next time we get out. The water looked like you could build a sand castle it had so much sand in it but we did catch some nice kings in the dirty water. Found crystal clear water but no bait or fish to be seen. Also the best signs of life are about 15 miles off the beach with Whales, Dolphins and tons of bait so the Bluefin Tuna needs to get this memo and come on down. Looks like we will be getting a good stretch of weather toward the weekend.
Even with all this heavy wind and cold air we have been running several Trout trips each week with great results. If you bring enough clothes to keep warm we can still have fun fishing the backwaters of Oak Island. The trout have been anywhere between 12″-22″ with the best bite being during the falling tide. If you are tired of sitting in the house come join us for some trout action.
This morning Oak Island Fishing Charters was out on a 1/2 day Trout search. Well it did not take long and we was catching them 2 at a time. When they send me the pictures I will post but for now I sure hope we can get offshore one more time while the kings are thick.
Today the King Mackerel were all but jumping in the boat for us. We found 68 degree clear water loaded up with bait about 35 miles out and at times had 2-3 fish on at once. Hope to be back offshore Mon. Waiting on pictures.