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June 14, 2018 Report; by Stan Cobb
Topic Started: Jun 15 2018, 07:58 AM (8 Views)
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Reported by Stan Cobb at Greentop Hunting & Fishing

Cobia action is outstanding! They are being caught from the CBBT, to Windmill Point. Catches have also been made from Buckroe Pier. They are being caught by chumming and sight casting. It seems that more and more people are catching them by sight casting. The rougher days belong to chummers.

Schools of Red Drum are being spotted while searching for Cobia. Anglers fishing the bottom with cut bait are also hooking up with the Drum. Small sharks are being encountered while using baits like Eel, and cut bait. They can be quite the nuisance.

Big Flounder are showing up at the bridge tunnel. An 8 lber was the best catch from there that we've heard of in the last week. Look for the Flounder catches to occur from the artificial reefs, like Back River, and Bluefish Rock. There have been some catches coming from Rudee Inlet and Lynnhaven Inlet also.

Big Spadefish have been coming from the Ches. Light Tower the last few weeks. In fact, an 11 lber was reported this week, along with many quality fish in the 4-8 lb range. 9 lbs is the minimum for trophy recognition. Look for catches to occur from the bridge tunnel and the Cell soon.

Topwater action is good for the Speckled Trout, but Gulp! baits and paddle tailed plastics are the baits producing more fish. The topwater baits seem to produce the bigger fish many times. Out farther, in the ocean, the Mahi bite is quite good. Many boats are returning with full fish boxes, and covering the boat docks for pictures. There have been good catches of Blue Marlin. White Marlin, and Sailfish caught this week.

Catches of Big Eye Tuna up to 165 lbs have been brought in, along with Yellowfins up to 70 lbs, and Wahoo up to 46 lbs. The Hatteras surf is giving up Pompano, Bluefish, and Sea Mullet this week. There have also been some large Sharks reeled in from the surf in Nags Head, and Hatteras.

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