Apologies from Capt. "Slacker" on the lack of updates this winter season but we've been busy working with the Beach Book here on the Outer Banks. While the fishing has slowed we have still pulled in a few fish over the last few months. Fall was very productive and we stayed busy on the water bringing in fish. Now that we're looking at 2011, you can get exicted about trout fishing which is still active here in town in and around Kill Devil Hills, NC. We're happy to take anyone out who may be interested in catching a trout on a Carolina inshore fishing experience. Winter striper fishing is also an option for those who aren't afraid of teh cold. While the 3 mile range for "keepers" may limit us in what we can put on the table for dinner we can go out and catch and release as many as you like which will make for a fun day. We're also up for a Cheasapeke Bay Bridge Tunnel run if anyone would like to go for a fish there. Just let us know.
We're already looking foward to the first sight of the "brown monster" in the spring. We should start to see Cobia show up around Hatteras in May and June around Oregon Inlet. So save a few sheckles and let's go Carolina Inshore fishing this spring.
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