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    Posted: 14 April 2017 at 7:30pm
Well I guess its official. This site is dead. After last weekend and this week's beautiful weather no reports. It saddeneds me to see this site die . But guess there, s not much I can do about it. Thanks for the many years of sharing info and things I have learned here.. I,ll try and keep posting. But it,s hard when i,m alone
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We will miss you
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I don't fish on holiday weekends. Too many people. I will be fishing out of Oregon Inlet Saturday, weather permitting, and promise to report success or failure.
The best days to fish are always yesterday and tomorrow.
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Thanks k!  Most of the offshore stuff here has targeted wahoo and while inshore has been on fore with big blues, many an offshore trip has been cancelled at the dock or switched to a bottom fishing trip.

When weather has allowed the 'hoos have done their part.

Good Fishing!!!
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Chuck: You might want to check my post on Nov 4, 2016 which covered the period of 25 May 2016 until 4 Nov 2016, which is pretty much the best time to fish offshore. That is six months of the best offshore fishing that we have, I could go back a few months, but it doesn't make any difference. 
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