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Well today was a new day. Weather cooperated, seas were nice and we found plenty of fish. Out of Oregon-Inlet, I ran the beach and Capt. Tillet of the Carolinian ran the three mile line and after 47miles up the beach we found just a couple of nice bait marks that were loaded with stripers. We quickly had a limit and threw some back for next time. Fish were 12-25lbs! Thanks guys for not being scared! Maybe fish will creep a little more in reasonable range with some cooler water temps.

Gotta a piggy spec trout trip tomorrow so I will let ya know if we score. We also will have the Carolina Blue creeping around the Chesapeake bridge for some trips day or night and some ocean rock as well. Give me a call or e-mail if you want to have some fun! Thanks everyone for fishing and putting up with us!!!

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