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postheadericon Hatteras Bluefin Tuna

bluefin tunaWe fished Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  The fish are definitely still here.  It was pretty sporty out there Friday and Darrin managed to hook into a pretty big fish, that took some time to finally bring to boat side and release.  The fish was estimated in the 350 pound range.  Saturday the conditions calmed a bit and the fishing was on.  Fish were biting on the jig and the troll.  We released a couple jumbos and managed to find a small one at about 66 inches for the box.  Sunday was a bit slow for us with a few bites, pulling off a nice fish after a lengthy fight.  Some boats had em’ good, others didn’t’ yesterday.    This week we again have Rick Rosenthal in town for filming.  We have spots every day the weather is good between now and next Tuesday.  Spots are $350 per person (little more than before to allow us to get to the fish, now about 40-45 miles).  There is a chance we will only be fishing with only 2-3 people per day, so this is a great opportunity to get out with only a  couple people on the boat.  If you can go at all over the next week, please email and let us know your availability.  We will watch the weather and keep everyone up to date.  The entire week looks fishable, with Thursday/Friday looking like it may be pretty.


For more info, please call Capt. Darrin Directly, as I’ll be working all week, getting our 48’ ready for launch here in NJ for Striper Season.  Darrin’s number is:  252 305 1677.


Ps:  more and more reports of Yellowfin showing up as well…

 

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Bahamas Fishing Report - Final Booking Dates
 


Our Winter Bahamas Fishing Season, almost a memory, conditions are changing quickly and by all counts it appears that we will have an early Spring run of Dolphin, Billfish, and Tuna.  Capt. Joe's Full Report is below, along with some photos.  You will also find our remaining open dates for the 2011 Bahamas Fishing Season.  Please, if you are at all interested in Fishing, contact us ASAP.  We can extend the season, but only if we have enough bookings.  We have some fabulous dates available in April and Late June.


Bahamas Dolphin FishingTreasure Cay, Bahamas Fishing Report

 

Capt. Joe reports from his last two Bahamas Fishing Trips that the edge was very slow, so they decided to poke offshore and found a nice batch of dolphin waiting for them.  Seems like it's going to be an early Billfish and Dolphin season this year. Hopefully the Yellowfin are close behind!

 

Capt. Joe's Full Audio Fishing Reports

Slow Fishing

Limit of Dolphin

 
mutton_bsBottom Fishing

Inshore the fishing has been nothing short of spectacular with unbelievable action with yellowtails, mutton snapper, cero mackerel and some very nice size amberjack and grouper. We have been fishing various ledges in the Sea of Abaco from 10 to 28 feet of water and every break has had fish. It has taken nothing more than 5 minutes after putting the chum bag in. Simply AWESOME!!!!!bugs


Lobstering!

We have also done our fair share of lobstering and conchin this Winter. Our 19' Key West Center Console imkes these trips great. The conch make great bait and some awesome conch salad. We've been able to catch our limit of Lobster on most occasions.

 

 

Bahamas Charter Boat - OVER UNDERRemaining Dates & Trips

Abacos:  Now Till May 15th

We will continue to fish the Abacos until the Middle of May.  We have some select dates available the remainder of this month, please call us if you are going to be in the area, or can make a last minute trip.  In April, you will see below our remaining dates.  In the Abacos, we have nice accommodations available in both Marina Front and Beachfront Villas.  We are also fully setup to do cruising and island hopping, in a flexible live-aboard format, visiting Marsh Harbour, Guana Cay, Treasure Cay, and Elbow Cay/Hopetown.

Southern Bahamas:  May 15 till  July

Starting May 15th, we will be fishing the Southern Bahamas Islands of Cat Island, Crooked Island, Rum Cay, and Long Island.  We have some EXCELLENT Blue Marlin and Yellowfin Tuna dates open in late June.  We can either base out of Hawks Nest Resort on Cat Island, or use our flexible live-aboard format.  If you ever wanted to fish Crooked Island for Blue Marlin, this is a rare opportunity.  We have only 1 remaining date, for this itinerary (June 17).

 


April:  1-2, 11-13, 16-19, 26-30

May: Full

June: 17-21 (live aboard long range trip), 21-30white_tc

 

In late June into early July, our schedule is flexible.  We can continue with trips in the Southern Bahamas, and/or return to the Abacos.  If you are interested in joining us in July, please let us know now, so we can make plans. 

 

Tight Lines,

 

The Over Under Crew

866 682 8862

www.FishOU.com

 

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Hatteras Fishing Report - North Carolina


Hatteras Bluefin Tuna
Wow.  Big Bluefin show up again in force.  Lots of action, jigging, trolling, it all worked today.  Several 300+ pound Bluefin Tuna, and one "small" enough to keep!  Hatteras North Carolina Bluefin Tuna fishing is red hot, get here now!

Come on down and get em while the gettin's good.  Bluefin Fishing last till late March and the Yellowfin are all ready biting!

Tight Lines,

Over Under Sport Fishing



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postheadericon Abacos Fishing - What a Difference a Day Makes!

Bahamas Dolphin FishingTreasure Cay, Bahamas Fishing Report - March 8, 2011

 

Capt. Joe reports from his last two Bahamas Fishing Trips that the edge was very slow, so they decided to poke offshore and found a nice batch of dolphin waiting for them.  Seems like it's going to be an early Billfish and Dolphin season this year. Hopefully the Yellowfin are close behind!

Slow Fishing

Limit of Dolphin

 

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Hatteras Fishing Report - Bluefin Tuna Bite Going Off Today

Darrin gave me a shout on the way in a bit ago.  It was off the hook he said.  After catching 2 Bluefin in the shallows, in about 35' of water, he slid off to about 20 miles and continued to pound away.  Sounded like maybe 6 on the troll and another 4 or 5 on jigs.  80 to 150 pound fish today.  This bite can not continue, so if you are looking to Fish Hatteras, by all means do it now!  We will continue to run Bluefin Tuna Trips as long as they stick around, then will switch over to Yellowfin Tuna Trips.

 
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