Fishing continues to heat up, today we had action on both cobia and drum
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And so it begins…Anna caught our first Va Cobia today. It will only be getting better by the day.
We spotted, and hooked our first Cobia in Va waters. Unfortunately he pulled off, but it is a great sign of things to come.
We had a great day fishing out of OI today. We had a lot of action on a half day trip, with only two of us on board. The girls had fun checking out the catch.
Yesterday we made the trip to OI for a cobia run. We started out strong hooking a nice fish out of a pair. While we were fighting that fish, another pair swam by, and we hooked another. After putting those fish in the boat, we thought that it was going to be on for hte rest of the day. Well, the rest of the morning was a “should have been here yesterday scenerio.” The fish finally made a good showing, as the clouds moved into the area. It made for very bad visability, but we still where able to have a great day. Finally tally, hooked 8 and caught five. The drum fishing in the bay is as good as it possbily can get. Give us a call, we have openings on Sunday and Monday.
Fishing is red hot across the board. Give us a call if you would like get in on the action.
The black drum is a brute and will test tackle and angler skill. Just because they don’t make bullet-like runs or show off with spectacular aerial leaps doesn’t mean they don’t put up a good fight.
Who is ready for some of this action? The big schools of reds have made their debut. This makes for some outstanding sight fishing, and a lot of sore arms. The big blacks have also invaded their normal haunts, and the big stripers are on the bridge. The Cobia have arrived in Hatteras, and will trickle up the coast over the next two weeks. It is busting wide open, give us a call to get in on the fun. Don’t forget, we offer after work specials from 6-11pm, for big drum and stripers.