Cape Hatteras Fishing Report: March 24, 2017:
Today was a continuation of the good bite. After hooking into four tackle-busting giants, we enjoyed a successful release of a ninety inch fish. A yellowfin tuna for dinner completed a successful day.
THE TIME TO CATCH A GIANT BLUEFIN IS NOW!!.
Thanks to Mike for these "Duck" photos!
Unfortunately it is not all fishing, have to take time for maintenance.
We have worked diligently thru the late fall, and winter to keep the Tuna Duck in shape.
Looking forward to posting some fresh catch photos.
We post a saltwater fishing report with photos EVERY day we go offshore fishing. Go to our Daily Catches Page and you can see our catches for EVERY charter we've run since July2009. This is helpful to show you just whatwe bring to the dock or release during each month of charter fishing on North Carolina's Outer Banks.
In the contiuing quest to offer a quality charter service, we have upgraded. Sound down acoustic insulation and climate control will offer added comfort for our passengers.
We fish for yellowfin tuna, bluefin tuna, blue marlin, white marlin, sailfish, wahoo, dolphin (mahi mahi), and king mackerel.
Located on the Outer Banks at the southern end of Hatteras Island in Hatteras Village, and fishing out of Hatteras Inlet, between Hatteras and Ocracoke Islands.
Your Hatteras fishing charter will include all tackle and bait; we have all the necessary permits. We'll leave at dawn and return between 4 and 5 PM with 6 to 7 hours actual fishing time. Our run to the gulfstream takes only 1 to 1- 1/2 hours. Per Coast Guard regulations, 1 to 6 people are permitted on each Hatteras fishing charter.
There's a page for each species we target with info on when we fish for it, how we fish for it, great photos and more: