Our inshore charters we offer here on the Outer Banks have been doing great. On our sportsman charters we are getting plenty of speckled trout, big red drum, and flounder. To book a nearshore, sportsman, or full day fishing charter give us a call here at Bobs Bait And Tackle. We have plenty of availability.
Plenty of red drum being caught on the Obx beaches. We have plenty of fresh finger mullet in stock. Mr. Macdonald with a keeper puppy drum.
We weighed in a citation sea mullet caught on Corolla Beach, weighing in at 1.13 pounds. Billy will receive an award from the state of NC. We have fresh shrimp, fresh finger mullet, bloodworms, and more coming in daily. #bobsbaitandtackleobx #seamullet #pantera
Bill caught this rare stargazer on the Duck surf, also some puppy drum and large bluefish. Great job Bill!
Andy from Baltimore MD. caught this red drum on Duck surf.
Flounder fishing on the Outer Banks along the beaches and around Oregon Inlet has really picked up a lot. The flounder gigging at night has also been pretty productive. Come by and see us we have all the flounder gear you need to catch them, from the surf to the inlet. Picture of Mark with a 22 inch flounder.
We are now catching lots of red drum on the Duck and Corolla surf. Fresh mullet and fresh shrimp have been working best. We have fresh bait in stock and arriving daily. We also have plenty of new inventory coming in daily as well. Come by and check us out.
Catching lots of red drum and some trout on our sportsman charters.Lucas’s first time on a fishing charter! We offer sportsman, nearshore, and full day fishing trips on the Outer Banks. To schedule a charter give us a call.
Carson Mandis caught this nice size puppy drum in Currituck Sound. We are also getting puppy drum, pompano, spot, croaker, and kingfish on the beaches, surf fishing. Water temp today on the outer banks is 79 degrees. We have plenty of fresh mullet, fresh shrimp, and bloodworms coming in daily.
Pompano caught this morning on sand flea strips in southern shores. 2.5lb, 17”
Angler: Mark Anderson of Pinehurst, NC