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Hatteras Fishing Charters

Striped Bass Charters
Striped Bass Charters, Cape May NJ for Monster Stripers.  Fish the Fall and Spring in Cape May for Striped Bass.  MORE INFO !

Hatteras Charter Boats
Hatteras Charter Boats for Big Tuna! Year round great fishing in the Gulf Stream on NC's outer banks! More Info!

Abacos Charters

Abaco Charters offers great fishing, cruising, and island hopping for the whole family.  Tuna, Marlin, Wahoo, Mahi, Grouper, Snapper.
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Key West Fishing Packages

Key West Fishing Packages with great hotel accommodations and some of the best light tackle, live-biat, spin, plug and fly fishing in the country.
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Cape May Drum Fishing

Cape May Drum Fishing in May and June for BIG BLACK DRUM!

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North Carolina Fishing Trips

North Carolina offers some of the best big game fishing in the world to include giant bluefin tuna, marlin, yellowfin, big-eye tuna, dolphin and wahoo. You'll find that Over Under is right in the middle of the action year round! We'll be calling Hatteras home base for most of the year but will be sure to head over to Morehead City if the Big Bluefin decide to show up.

Dedicated Bluefin Tuna Fishing Trips

BLUEFIN TUNA - JIGGING, TROLLING, & CHUNKING TRIPS
$250 to $375 per person in February and March - Open Dates Available for Single Spots

lp_bf_1Come get in on hot Bluefin Bite where it all starts. Beginning in February, we expect the Bluefin fishing to pick up and if things are at all like last season, it will be EPIC in late February and early March. The fish are typically 150 to 250 pounds. We try to find the fish trolling, then get on top of them and hook them up jigging. This is probably one of the best opportunities around to target BIG fish on light jigging gear. When and if the Bluefin don't cooperate, we can often find Yellowfin. This is the great thing about Hatteras, we have OPTIONS HERE! Spots are limited, so please call ASAP if you'd like to reserve a spot on a split charter. We have accommodations right at our marina, walking distance to the boat!




catch_oct_Spring NC Fishing Trips Springtime offers the east coast’s first shot at nice Yellowfin, Bluefin, and Big Eye Tuna fishing.  Tuna ranging from 50 pounds up to a 400 pound monsters will still be around, but will dwindle as the Yellowfin Bite begins to dominate. 

In April, the Yellowfin and Wahoo will show up in force with Mahi and Billfish close behind in late May and June.  Hatteras has had an absolutely incredible Billfish Bite the last couple of seasons, and the run is very short.


Inshore we have some great sight fishing for Cobia just off the beach as well in the Spring here on your North Carolina Fishing Charter.


single_sailSummer NC Fishing Trips  
Billfishing, Dolphin, and some Tuna.  Offshore North Carolina, is one of the shortest runs anywhere in the country to target white and blue marlin, as well as sailfish. 

The dolphin fishing is typically red hot all summer, and Yellowin Tuna continue to get caught during the summer as well. 

Summertime North Carolina Fishing Charters are almost exclusively trolling trips, as we are targeting Billfish.  The dolphin can be caught on light tackle with bait around the boat, but our primary target will be Marlin and Sailfish.  There is an annual Big Rock Billfish Tournament in June if you want to do some serious Blue Marlin Fishing!

eyeballFall NC Fishing Trips   Once the waters start to cool in the North East, the Tuna will begin to migrate back down to the warmer gulf stream waters and take up residence off North Carolina once again.  Yellowfin and Big Eye Tuna are the target species from October through December. 

There is probably no better place to target Big Eye Tuna than North Carolina in the Fall and Spring.  As always, with the Gulf Stream in such close proximity, billfish and dolphin are always possible, but not nearly in the numbers that they are available during the summer fishing off of the North Carolina coast.


The majority of our Tuna Fishing in the Fall will be on the troll, but jigging is possible, if the fish are concentrated in a particular area.  North Carolina Fishing Charters in the Fall can produce some legendary tuna catches.


Bluefin Tuna CharterWinter NC Fishing Trips    During the Winter, usually beginning in December, we get very focused on the Bluefin Tuna Fishing off of North Carolina.  Both Hatteras and Morehead City offer some of the best chances to target Bluefin Tuna anywhere in the World.  We get the BIG ONES HERE! 

Giant Bluefin, up to 600 pounds are targeted, as well as smaller fish we catch either trolling, jigging, or chunking.  The Bluefin Tuna Bite can be awesome off of North Carolina, with runs as short as 5-10 miles.  The fish move into the shallows feeding on bait off of shoals and wrecks. 

North Carolina Charter Fishing for Bluefin Tuna is typically good from December right through April.








 

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Bluefin Tuna Fishing - Cape Hatteras, NC

Early on this year we decided not to return to Morehead City and chase the Giant Bluefin around this season. The last couple years, the bite has really not been very good, and when the Bluefin are not around, there is little else to fish for there in the Winter. As it turns out, the bite was even worse this year and we feel fortunate to have made the decision to move to Hatteras.

LOW PROFILE is now based out of Hatteras, where we had an incredible bluefin bite last year in late February and early March. Also, Yellowfin Tuna can be found year round, and there is some very good inshore fishing for Blackfin Tuna, Amberjack, and King Mackeral. Capt. Darrin Callahan, long time Hatteras native is at the helm for his second season with us. Read below his first hand report on what's been going on and what he expects over the next month or so.

Capt. Darrin Callahan

Capt. Darrin Callahan - LOW PROFILE

Cape Hatteras, Fishing Report - January 20111

December started off on a pretty good note here in Hatteras with a nice bite materializing up around the North East Rocks. The fish were there good and the boats that got out all had their shots, most coming back to the dock with a fish to offload. Darrin got out once with The Gambler, decking a fish that dressed out at 250 pounds. The run was about 28 miles out of Hatteras and the fish were holding in about 70 degree water, on a hard color change/temperature edge. Unfortunately they didn’t stay there too long and the weather got the best of them for much of the rest of December. With the hectic winds and cold temperatures in the first couple weeks of January, only a handful of boats have been out. Darrin’s been out twice and has seen a lot of bait, porpoises and running mates (of the tuna) in and around his fishing hotspots. Now we are waiting for the hard edge of cold water butt up against a body of warm water to come into the rocks so these trophies can find the bait. There has been loads of bait around the north beach and right now the offshore water temp. has been between 64 and 66 degrees. With the amount of bait holding in the area it is just a matter of time before the bluefins find it and decide to hang around for the winter. When they do show up, the run should be pretty short, only about 25-35 miles.

Last year, the Bluefin started to concentrate pretty well around the rocks starting in mid February. By late February, it was ON! We had the fish really good for about 4-6 weeks until mid to the end March when they moved up around the corner and the Oregon Inlet boys got their chance to whack up on em and we switched over to Yellofin Fishing. These Bluefins ranged in size from 160 to 270 average with some larger fished mixed in and provided great opportunities to target them jigging as well as trolling. Of course, Bluefin have tails and a mind of their own, but if things go the way they have, we’d expect more and more fish to be showing up, as we move into late January and early Feb. Just need the weather to cooperate so more boats can get out and look around.

On a side note, the Yellowfin have been around as well, so when the Bluefin don’t show, we’ve got some other options!

We have a couple film crews coming in to shoot some action when the fishing heats up (probably Feb or early March) and will be looking for anglers to jump on. We are looking to capture some good Jigging action, so keep in touch as we move into February as there should be plenty of opportunities to get out with us on LOW PROFILE. Rick Rosenthol a Marine Biologist who has been studying the life cycle of BFT for years is planning on coming aboard to film a documentary on these awesome fish!

Bluefin & Yellowfin Tuna Trips

$250 per person on Split Charters: Dates Available in February and March

$1500 Charter for up to 6 people: January - July

Hatteras Fishing Charters

LOW PROFILE - 55' GwaltneyBluefin Tuna Fishing