Frisco Rod and Gun fishing report 1-26

Outer Financial institutions Fishing Report one-26
Posted on January 26, 2012

Below is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island:

Today was gorgeous with sunny skies and warm temperatures. The winds were from the south south-west at five-10 mph and the temperatures have been in the lower sixty&#8242s. The weather conditions is supposed to get worse late tonight and keep on tomorrow. The winds are likely to boost to 20-thirty mph by mid day with achievable gusts to forty mph. They are also calling for rainfall most of the early morning and some in the afternoon. The temperatures will be in the mid 60&#8242s. We have had zero studies from the surf today. I wager some canine sharks ended up caught on reduce bait close to Cape Level even though. The offshore boats had some first rate blackfin tuna, cause fish and amberjacks on the vertical jig deal with.

Outer Banking companies Fishing Report one-twenty five
Posted on January 25, 2012

Below is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banking companies Fishing Report for Hatteras Island:

These days was primarily sunny and tranquil. We had light north-east winds ten mph and the temperatures had been in the mid fifty&#8242s. Not a lot to report from the surf. The reports have been the same, just some scattered speckled trout on the north beaches and Cape Point is nevertheless keeping puppy sharks and skates. The offshore action is pretty very good. There are still blackfin tuna currently being caught on the vertical jigs and a few yellowfin tuna on trolling deal with. We had a handful of boats go up to the east in lookup of the bluefin tuna nowadays. They identified lots of bluefin tuna busting the surface area on bait but they would not bite the vertical jigging deal with. There have been about several caught on trolling deal with among the Oregon inlet and Hatteras fleets.

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