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finnaglefishing
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10/19/04 03:02 AM
Outer Banks inlet & sound [Post#: 1759 ] Reply to this post

October 18, 2004
Outer Banks, NC

The fishing on the Outer Banks has just been getting better by the day. Cooler weather has pushed in the baitfish, which are followed by the bigger ones. With Striped Bass, aka Rockfish season opening the 15th, we have boated limits everyday. The sound fish are holding tight to the bridge pilings and are not schooling up as of yet. The big ocean Rock have not shown up yet, but with water temperatures dropping, it will not be long. Some on the inlet Stripers we have caught are well over the 28” size limit, while the sound fish just have to be 18”, which have been no problem. There are still some large Spot and Flounder around, but they should be headed out soon. The Grey and Speckle Trout are still here, but some days they bite better than others. Friday we caught them like crazy and Saturday we could not find one. I am sure the King Mac’s are out in the ocean, but it has been to ruff lately to go look. Drop us a line or call for a trip.

Tight lines,
Capt. Ray
www.finnaglefishing.com





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