BEACH BUM FISHING
Year Round Fishing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
Specializing in: LIGHT TACKLE Live Bait & Casting Trips
Morning, Afternoon/Evening, and Full Day Fishing Trips Available 7 Days a Week
Warning:  This is not a glorified boat ride where catching fish comes secondary to making money off of tourists.
 
This is a year round/full time job. The goal is for you to catch fish and I will bust my tail to do that!

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CURRENT FISHING REPORT/CONDITIONS-3/18/19(Last Updated)

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Oregon Inlet/Pamlico, Roanoke, Croatan, Albemarle, & Currituck Sounds, Atlantic Ocean Area(O.B.X. N.C.)
You can view my 2018/2019 SCHEDULE below the current fishing report for open days over the next year. 
I am currently OPEN over the next  month on
 
3/19, 3/20, 3/21, 3/22, 3/23, 3/24, 3/25, 3/26, 3/27, 3/28, 3/29, 3/30, & 3/31.
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For those of you that thought it would never happen...  And, I fought it forever.  Yes you can follow us on Instagram at beachbumfishingobx.  It really happened.  I might even break down and do Facebook before it is all over...  Enough of the nonsense and onto fishing.  The Sound Rockfish(Striped Bass) season is open until the end of April.  We can keep (2) fish per person over 18 inches until April 30th. 
Looks like we might have an early Spring.  We are dusting off the rods, reels, and boats and getting ready to go.  Rockfish(Striped Bass)(PHOTO) and Puppy Drum(PHOTO) will be the targets over the next couple of months.  We will catch most of them on light tackle with artificials, but there will be some Drum taken on bait.  The Yellow Boat(PHOTO) is on the trailer and ready to leave out of the boat ramps on the sound waters that are closest to where the fish are.  The Blue boat-BEACH BUM(PHOTO) will remain at The Oregon Inlet Fishing Center for those that want to fish around the inlet and in the ocean.  Here we go with the photos from the end of last years run:  12/8/18-Once we figured out where they were, the fishing could not have been better this afternoon.  We finished with a triple-header followed by three double-headers.  Healthy fat fish(PHOTO) that we left biting again.  12/5/18-They were snapping today(PHOTO).  We left them biting again.  12/2/18-We left them biting this afternoon(PHOTO)12/1/2018-Another successful dinner run(PHOTO)11/25/18-Successful dinner run yesterday afternoon at Oregon Inlet with Henry and the Turko boys(PHOTO)11/23/18-We celebrated Thanksgiving dinner a day late this evening.  When asked what I was thankful for my response was:  I am thankful for Vikings.  And today's crew members are Vikings(PHOTO) (PHOTO).  You had to be a Viking to go today.  11/21/18- (PHOTO) (PHOTO)  11/20/18- (PHOTO)  11/17/18- (PHOTO)  11/12/18-We have had some days over the past month where we have had to work for it, but we knew we were going to get them.  And then, we had this afternoon where we really had to work for it.  Lousy East wind, very little tide, and some clever fish skilled a spitting hooks.  We ended up with 5 keeper sized fish out of the 6 that we landed.  Three of them were studs.  Overall poor effort by the fish.  A great effort by the crew that was all the way from Minnesota(PHOTO)!  We will try to make the fish pay for this one next time out.  11/10/18-We didn't think that we were going to make it today, but the weatherman got it wrong in our favor.  That doesn't happen often.  It was still almost too rough to fish.  Almost...  It helps to have Vikings on a day like today.  The Vikings from Durham got them(PHOTO)11/9/18-One grizzled veteran and two rookies this afternoon.  Good thing the rookies caught on quick as it was a tricky live-bait bite today with some short fish mixed in.  We had to make it happen when got our bites.  The last fish we caught was our limit fish and then they were gone.  Great job guys(PHOTO)11/7/18-After Sundays' catch, we voted to fish up the sound today.  Initially that worked out as we landed 5 fish, then the current petered out and we couldn't buy a bite.  So, we did the boat switch thing again.  This time we parked the Yellow Boat, moved to the inlet and jumped on the Blue Boat.  The moved paid off as we still had some tide there and found some eaters.  We had to work for it, but the crew from Fat Crabs in Corolla, ended up INTHEMEAT.COM (PHOTO).  M.V.P. honors go to West Virginia Tanner who carried the boat on his back.  He was the Michael Jordan of fishing today.  11/4/18-Got the dreaded "Lame-O" text cancellation for this morning's trip.  That came from a bar at 9:20 P.M. last night.  C'mon man...  At least have the nuggets to do so over a phone call.  So, I got to sleep in and take Henry fishing.  We tried the inlet first, but we missed the tide since we slept in.  So, we parked the Blue Boat and took the Yellow Boat on an overdue recon mission up the sound.  Yahtzee(PHOTO)!  We hammered them.  Big fish up to 28 inches(PHOTO)!  Two and three on at a time when we left them(PHOTO) biting.  This should/will go on for at least another month.  Get them while they're hot(PHOTO)!  Schedule is wide open.  10/30-18-They are still biting!  Not sure why I still take this guy fishing as he always makes a mockery of the photo shoot(PHOTO).  We had a really nice one get off at the boat this afternoon.  Good to see that.  Here is a blast from the past victim from October 30, 2007(PHOTO)10/28/18-Great fishing again this afternoon.  9 year old Jack(PHOTO) was on fire!  He caught the biggest fish(PHOTO).  He caught the limit fish.  He caught the most fish.  Jack(PHOTO) was unstoppable.  10/27/18-Bada-Bing, Bada Boom(PHOTO)10/25/18-It was a bloodbath this morning.  We started with the Trout.  The Trout lost.  I gave up on netting.  They were coming over the side faster than I could keep up with.  Best day size wise(PHOTO) all week as we ended up with a dozen keepers.  We then moved onto the Rockfish.  Some days they bite like crazy.  Some days you can't get a bite.  And some days you have to work for it.  Today was a work for it day and we were unfortunately on a tight schedule to get things done.  Over the years we have learned that there are some little things that you can do to talk them into eating your bait when they are not real hungry.  These guys were very quick learners and got to where they were using "The Force" to lure them in.  Three full on Yoda's(PHOTO) by the end of the day that got it done when most would not.  Very impressive for guys that had never been on the boat before.  10/24/18-Red Drum were goal this morning.  Conditions were great, but they were not cooperating.  We fished a couple of different spots and did catch a Shark which usually doesn't happen where we were until next month.  And, we caught a throwback Flounder.  Other boats were catching the Trout so we decided to head to the Trout hole.  Upon our arrival, boats were catching them, but we were boxed out and couldn't get to the honey.  We did catch a couple, but the writing was on the wall that we were not going to do much more so we pulled the anchor and went back on the Drum hunt.  Finally, we got one(PHOTO)!  That was it.  We fished a half dozen different spots this morning.  Great effort by the crew.  Poor effort by the Red Drum10/23/18- Good Speckled Trout(PHOTO) fishing again this morning.  After we got our fill of them we gave the Rock a try.  They did not make it easy on us, but we kept at it and ended up catching a limit with some very healthy ones(PHOTO)10/22/18-We could not buy a Striper bite this morning at the inlet.  The water was really stirred up and looked like doo doo from the high winds over the weekend.  I finally gave up(should have sooner) and we went after Trout which was a good move.  The crew opened up a can on them(40 to 50 fish).  It was non-stop casting double-rigs.  Most were just short, but we ended up with (7) legal fish.  We left them biting and went to Striper hole in the sound and landed a half dozen of them with three keepers.  We moved one more time and finished up with a last minute 25 inch Red Drum that topped off what ended up being a great(PHOTO) morning of fishing that started off slow.  If you ever wanted a custom made Outer Banks Fishing Rod, local Nathan Pruitt of Hand Tide Stix can do it.  Goto to fishingobx.com to get up with him.  Nathan keeps the rods going on my boat.  He can make you a super-stud custom rod.  Check out www.obxdriftwood.com when you get a chance.  When I am not fishing, this is what I am doing.  Something looks familiar.
        
Aboard THE BEACH BUM I prefer to have you casting and jigging bucktails, Swim Baits, FIN-S', spoons, plugs, or live baiting over trolling.  If we can catch them casting or on live bait that is how we will do it unless you prefer trolling.  Bear in mind, some days we  have to suck it up and troll.  We land our fish on the lightest tackle that we can get away with.  Aboard THE BEACH BUM there is no mate.  YOU GET TO SET THE HOOK ON YOUR FISH instead of a mate setting the hook and handing you the rod.

SCHEDULE

MARCH(2019)-I am currently OPEN on 3/19, 3/20, 3/21, 3/22, 3/23, 3/24, 3/25, 3/26, 3/27, 3/28, 3/29, 3/30, & 3/31 I will be scheduling 1/2 day, 3/4 day, or All day trips in March.  There was some really good  Red Drum fishing around Oregon Inlet last March.  The blue boat-BEACH BUM(PHOTO) is out of the water.  I am getting ready to bite the bullet and get a new motor.  The plan is to have it ready to go by April 1st.  ***North Carolina Sound-side Rockfish(Striped Bass)(PHOTO) bite in the Albemarle Sound should be really good all month.  Everything over there is on light tackle.  For those of you that want to get an early jump on them, the Yellow Boat(PHOTO) (PHOTO) (PHOTO) is ready and rearing to go.  Season is open.  Three fish per person over 18 inches, seven days a week.  This is a short ride from the beach and a short ride from the Raleigh area!***  I am available to run 1/2, 3/4, or all day trips in the O.B.X.(Currituck, Croatan, Roanoke, & Albemarle Sound waters).  You can keep 3 fish per person, per day, over 18 inches in the O.B.X. Sound waters Species-Big Rockfish(Striped Bass)(early to mid-March in ocean), school sized Rockfish(Striped Bass)(all of March in the sound), Big Bluefish(in ocean), Redfish(Red Drum), Tautog.  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)

Addresses for March GPS Directions
Oregon Inlet Fishing Center, NC:  12130 NC Highway 12 South/Nags Head, North Carolina/27959
Kill Devil Hills, NC Boat Ramp:  2025 Bay Drive/Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina/27948
Curituck, NC Boat Ramp:  8955 Caratoke Highway/Point Harbor, North Carolina/27964
Washington Baum Bridge/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1205 Highway 64/264 /Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Bowsertown/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1153 Bowsertown Road/Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Manns Harbor, NC Boat Ramp:  5227 Highway 64/264 /Manns Harbor, North Carolina/27953
Columbia, NC Boat Ramp:  175 Ramp Road/Columbia, North Carolina/27925
Cashie River, NC Boat Ramp:  Shipyard Landing /Windsor, North Carolina/27983
Edenton, NC Boat Ramp:
  140 Midway Drive/Edenton, North Carolina/27932
Teach's Lair Marina, NC:  58646 Highway 12/Hatteras, North Carolina/27943d


APRIL(2019)-The Blue boat-BEACH BUM(PHOTO) will be docked at Oregon Inlet for multiple species and mobile for Big Red Drum fishing out of Teach's Lair Marina in Hatteras.  The Yellow boat-YELLER FELLER(PHOTO) is on the trailer and mobile for fishing where the fish are.  This includes the OBX Bridges(Albemarle(Edenton)/Currituck/Manteo/Manns Harbor) for Rockfish(Striped Bass).  ***North Carolina Sound-side Rockfish(Striped Bass) in the Season is open until the end of the month.  Two fish per person over 18 inches, seven days a week.  Lots of fish in the Albemarle Sound which is a short ride from the beach and a short ride from the Raleigh area!***  We catch them over there up to 6 lbs.  And, we fish the O.B.X Sound waters for Speckled & Redfish(Red Drum)Everything out of these locations is on light tackle.  I am currently OPEN on 4/26, 4/27, 4/28, 4/29, 4/30.  I will be scheduling 1/2 day, 3/4 day, or All day trips in April.  We will be fishing in the sound and around Oregon Inlet in April.  Species-Big Red Drum(Hatteras-all day trips starting April 1st), Rockfish(Striped Bass), Tautog, Bluefish(late April), Redfish(Red Drum), Speckled & Gray Trout(Weakfish)(possibly late April), Flounder(possibly late April)(PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)

Addresses for April GPS Directions
Oregon Inlet Fishing Center NC:  12130 NC Highway 12 South/Nags Head, North Carolina/27959
Teach's Lair Marina NC:  58646 Highway 12/Hatteras, North Carolina/27943
Kill Devil Hills NC Boat Ramp:
  2025 Bay Drive/Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina/27948
Curituck, NC Boat Ramp:  8955 Caratoke Highway/Point Harbor, North Carolina/27964
Washington Baum Bridge/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1205 Highway 64/264 /Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Bowsertown/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1153 Bowsertown Road/Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Manns Harbor, NC Boat Ramp:  5227 Highway 64/264 /Manns Harbor, North Carolina/27953
Columbia NC Boat Ramp:  175 Ramp Road/Columbia, North Carolina/27925
Edenton NC Boat Ramp:  140 Midway Drive/Edenton, North Carolina/27932



MAY(2019)-The Blue boat-BEACH BUM(PHOTO) is docked at Oregon Inlet for targeting all of the below.  The Yellow boat-YELLER FELLER(PHOTO) is on the trailer and mobile for fishing out of the local boat ramps where the fish are.  We are targeting Speckled Trout, Red Drum, Bluefish, etc. in the sound waters and Cobia & Sharks in the ocean waters.  I am currently OPEN on 5/1, 5/2, 5/3, 5/4, 5/5, 5/6, 5/7, 5/8, 5/9, 5/10, 5/11, 5/12, 5/13, 5/14, 5/15, 5/16, 5/17, 5/20, 5/21, 5/22, 5/23, 5/24, 5/25, 5/26, 5/27, 5/28, 5/29, 5/30, 5/31.  I will be scheduling 1/2 day, 3/4 day, or All day trips in MayYou would need to book an All Day trip if you wanted to target Cobia at the end of the month.  Open days will eventually fill upSpecies-Cobia(Early May/Hatteras, Late May/Oregon Inlet), Rockfish(Striped Bass)(bigger fish(live baiting) usually late May), Sharks(Hatteras), Bluefish, Redfish(Red Drum), Speckled & Gray Trout(Weakfish), Flounder, Black Drum, Tautog.  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)

Addresses for May GPS Directions
Teach's Lair Marina:  58646 Highway 12/Hatteras, North Carolina/27943
Oregon Inlet Fishing Center:  12130 NC Highway 12 South/Nags Head, North Carolina/27959
Kill Devil Hills, NC Boat Ramp:  2025 Bay Drive/Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina/27948
Curituck, NC Boat Ramp:  8955 Caratoke Highway/Point Harbor, North Carolina/27964
Washington Baum Bridge/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1205 Highway 64/264 /Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Bowsertown/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1153 Bowsertown Road/Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Manns Harbor, NC Boat Ramp:  5227 Highway 64/264 /Manns Harbor, North Carolina/27953


SUMMERTIME CRABBING TRIPS:  For those of you that went on one of  the early years crabbing trips(PHOTO) (PHOTO) (PHOTO) (PHOTO) (PHOTO) (PHOTO) and enjoyed them, you have that option again!  A good friend of mine, Chad Hemelright is now running the same type of trips.  The crab pots are already in the water with bait in them.  You get to go out on a real crab boat, pull the pots like a crabber, and bring the freshest crabs home for dinner.  Chad will do the dirty work(pulling & re-baiting the pots) if you want him to, or you can do it.  Kids love these trips!  Come to think of it, I can't ever remember a crabbing trip that I ran with kids where I ever had to pull or re-bait more than one pot.  Once the first crab pot came over the side and was re-baited, the kids couldn't wait to pull and re-bait the next one.  Chad's boat is docked in Kitty Hawk, which is a short drive for those of you staying on the northern beaches.  Chad can be reached at (252) 475-0090 or (252) 261-2551.


JUNE(2019)-I am currently OPEN on 6/1, 6/2, 6/3, 6/4, 6/5(AM), 6/10, 6/11, 6/12, 6/13, 6/14, 6/15, 6/16, 6/17, 6/18, 6/19(PM), 6/20, 6/21, 6/22, 6/23, 6/24, 6/25, 6/26, 6/27(AM), 6/28, 6/29, 6/30.  I will be scheduling 1/2 day, 3/4 day, or All day trips in JuneYou would need to book an All Day trip if you wanted to target Cobia, Mahi, or Amberjack.  Cobia fishing can be very good during the whole month of June.  Open days will eventually fill up. Species-Cobia, Redfish(Red Drum), Dolphin(Mahi), Amberjack, Sharks, Triggerfish, Rockfish(Striped Bass), Bluefish, Speckled & Gray Trout(Weakfish), Flounder, Black Drum, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel.  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO) (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)

Addresses for June GPS Directions
Oregon Inlet Fishing Center:  12130 NC Highway 12 South/Nags Head, North Carolina/27959
Kill Devil Hills, NC Boat Ramp:  2025 Bay Drive/Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina/27948
Curituck, NC Boat Ramp:  8955 Caratoke Highway/Point Harbor, North Carolina/27964
Washington Baum Bridge/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1205 Highway 64/264 /Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Bowsertown/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1153 Bowsertown Road/Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Manns Harbor, NC Boat Ramp:  5227 Highway 64/264 /Manns Harbor, North Carolina/27953



JULY(2019)-I am currently OPEN on 7/1, 7/2, 7/3, 7/4, 7/5, 7/6, 7/7, 7/8, 7/9(PM), 7/10, 7/11, 7/12, 7/13, 7/14, 7/15, 7/16, 7/17, 7/18, 7/19, 7/20, 7/21, 7/22, 7/23, 7/24, 7/25, 7/26, 7/27, 7/28, 7/29, 7/30I will be scheduling 1/2 day, 3/4 day, or All day trips in July.  You would need to book an All Day trip if you wanted to target Cobia, Mahi, or Amberjack.  Open days will eventually fill up. Species-Cobia, Redfish(Red Drum), Dolphin(Mahi), Amberjack, Sharks, Rockfish(Striped Bass), Triggerfish, Bluefish, Speckled & Gray Trout(Weakfish), Flounder, Black Drum, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel(PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)

Address for July GPS Directions
Oregon Inlet Fishing Center:  12130 NC Highway 12 South/Nags Head, North Carolina/27959
Kill Devil Hills, NC Boat Ramp:  2025 Bay Drive/Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina/27948
Curituck, NC Boat Ramp:  8955 Caratoke Highway/Point Harbor, North Carolina/27964
Washington Baum Bridge/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1205 Highway 64/264 /Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Bowsertown/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1153 Bowsertown Road/Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Manns Harbor, NC Boat Ramp:  5227 Highway 64/264 /Manns Harbor, North Carolina/27953



AUGUST(2019)-I am currently OPEN on 8/1(PM), 8/2, 8/3, 8/4, 8/5, 8/6, 8/7, 8/8, 8/9, 8/10, 8/11, 8/12, 8/13, 8/14, 8/15, 8/16, 8/17, 8/18, 8/19, 8/20, 8/21, 8/22, 8/23, 8/24, 8/25, 8/26, 8/27, 8/28, 8/29, 8/30, 8/31.  I will be scheduling 1/2 day, 3/4 day, or All day trips in August.  Open , days will eventually fill up. Species-Cobia, Redfish(Red Drum), Dolphin(Mahi), Amberjack, Sharks, Rockfish(Striped Bass), Bluefish, Speckled & Gray Trout(Weakfish), Flounder, Black Drum, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel. (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)

Address for July GPS Directions
Oregon Inlet Fishing Center:  12130 NC Highway 12 South/Nags Head, North Carolina/27959
Kill Devil Hills, NC Boat Ramp:  2025 Bay Drive/Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina/27948
Curituck, NC Boat Ramp:  8955 Caratoke Highway/Point Harbor, North Carolina/27964
Washington Baum Bridge/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1205 Highway 64/264 /Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Bowsertown/Manteo, NC Boat Ramp:  1153 Bowsertown Road/Manteo, North Carolina/27954
Manns Harbor, NC Boat Ramp:  5227 Highway 64/264 /Manns Harbor, North Carolina/27953


SEPTEMBER(2019)-
The live bait(live mullet) fishing that we do in September is some of the best(& easiest) fishing of the year.  Lots of bites and lots of different species!  I am currently OPEN on 9/1, 9/2, 9/3, 9/4, 9/5, 9/6, 9/7, 9/8, 9/9, 9/10, 9/11, 9/12, 9/13, 9/14, 9/15, 9/16, 9/17, 9/18, 9/19, 9/20, 9/21, 9/22, 9/23, 9/24, 9/25, 9/26, 9/27, 9/28, 9/29, & 9/30.  I will be scheduling 1/2 day, 3/4 day, or All day trips in September.  Open days will eventually fill up. Species-Cobia, Redfish(Red Drum), Dolphin(Mahi), Amberjack, Sharks, Triggerfish, Rockfish(Striped Bass), Bluefish, Speckled & Gray Trout(Weakfish), Flounder, Black Drum, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackeral, Tautog (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)  (PHOTO)