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Wild Card Charters Oregon Inlet NC
Wild Card Charters Oregon Inlet NC
Wild Card Charters Oregon Inlet NC
May 31, 2016 7:10 pm EDT
Location: 33.436N 77.743W
Wind Dir: S (180°)
Wind Speed: 6 knots
Wind Gust: 10 knots
AT Ps: 29.83 in (1010.0 mb)
Air Temp: 78°F (25.3°C)
Dew Point: 72°F (22.3°C)
Water Temp: 80°F (26.9°C)

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I know I'm going out on a limb here but,
07-01-2015 03:10 AM

Just about every time someone posts up that they are new to salt water fishing, they mention that they've already bought a boat, but now need advice how to rig, what gear to buy, how rough is too rough, etc.... I know this piece of advice may sound harsh, but it really is in your best interest to atleast hear me out. You.have already made the major monitary comitment so a few extra well spent bucks will put you way ahead of the game. By simply sucking it up a taking a charter on a decent boat that is willing to show and explain while you are actually fishing can literally take years off of your newbie learning curve. Find a friendly charter boat and crew and spend the day fishing with them. Seeing how something works day and day out is of way more value than fifteen different opinions. You need a basic starting point to build on. I am not throwing myself out there as a candidate for this, but there are many solid Capts and crews that would be well worth the investment in starting off on solid footing. Take it for what it is, it will save you countless dollars and days of frustration. Most good Capts and mates I know are worth every dime. Just look at the meat they put on the dock nearly everyday, compared to part timers. Just my opinion obviously, but my opinion just the same. Wild Card


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