Tag Archives: white marlin

Crystal Coast Fishing Report for Mid-August

Crystal Coast. Who says you need a boat to catch king mackerel? In fact one of the king mackerel catching hot spots is a place you can walk to. No really! It’s at the end of the Bogue Inlet Pier located in Emerald Isle. There have been a multitude of kings caught in the 15 to 20 pound range. And a lot of kings caught in the 20 to 30 pound range. And believe it or not, there have been several kings caught in the...
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Crystal Coast Fishing

Crystal Coast fishing has been hot under some rather cool weather conditions. Air temperatures along the beaches have barley slipped past the 80 degree mark. Water temperatures have remained just under that mark at around 78 degrees. These cooler conditions have kept the hot, stifling dog days of summer at bay and have allowed a variety of great fish catches to continue.

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Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament

Big Rock. What the heck is it any way and why does it produce so many blue marlin? Five years ago the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament Director called me about an article I had written for the Carteret News Times many years back. It seems that they wanted to reprint the article for their official tournament publication. The year was 2008 and also their 50th golden anniversary so this was a pretty big deal…

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Morehead City, NC

Morehead City is a beautiful coastal port town that has been around for hundreds of years. It is small yet vibrant. It maintains its history but thrives in everything the pristine environment has to offer. We celebrate life while maintaining a lifestyle that is indicative of great southern living. Welcome to Morehead City! We thought you might enjoy a brief sampling of our history, climate, fun, business and healthcare…

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Crystal Coast Fishing Report – May 2013

Crystal Coast Fishing Report. From Blue Marlin to Bluefish and everything in-between, the fishing along the Crystal Coast and Cape Lookout has rocketed into a fast pace. The beaches, sounds, inshore and offshore catches have all been great. But here’s the good news. It’s just getting started! Beach water temperatures this past week have been averaging around 64-66 degrees. Just a few degrees warmer and Spanish mackerel will move into the piers and beaches….

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