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AboutTime2Fish
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Location: Ocean, NC
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Thu May 31, 2018 7:08 am
Especially interested in your plan B and C.

2-4 at 6 sec is doable to get offshore in my 23', but not a day I would choose to drop everything and go if you know what I mean. So my plan is to head for the break, then see how the guys are looking as we pass the lighthouse. If they are green, plan B is to bail off into Bardens and soak baits for cobia or flounder fish. Plan C is Spanish macks....I've caught them along Harkers Island and behind Shack. The downside of that plan is it requires loading every rod I own until I run out of rod holders!

What are the rest of you thinking?
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redfishNC
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Thu May 31, 2018 8:45 am
I think we're going to stick around nearshore. May cobia fish or troll for spanish. Haven't decided yet. 4' @ 6s is a little bumpy to be offshore on anything smaller than 30'.  
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Bharbaugh
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Thu May 31, 2018 9:13 am
My plan is the same. Empty the shed and find something to do. I will try to push offshore if I can first. I may even add clamming to the mix.
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Thu May 31, 2018 10:13 am
We are probably going to troll around for cobia for a while then soak some baits for them
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Thu May 31, 2018 10:57 am
Guys... if it is too rough to fish and fishing inside the inlet is not working out, one of my best days at MAD ever was spent just cruising around, having a beer and lunch and making sure my guests knew that they were appreciated.

Catching fish is a bonus, but having a great day and relaxing is where the experience lies!

Thank you all for supporting MAD. This is our 13th year in Morehead City and lousy weather is always a concern. Please don't let it stress you out.
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AboutTime2Fish
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Thu May 31, 2018 5:31 pm
No stress, I probably want to get offshore more than they do! Have only made it once this year, and it was a charter. I travel out of town for work and my timing sux. Take a peak at reefcast and guess when I head out again....
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Thu May 31, 2018 6:34 pm
Can't participate Saturday due to family obligations but I will let you guys know that the Taylor blues were thick over by shark island Sunday. We were catching them 2 and 3 at a time on mackerel trees in 20-30 ft of water. Dragging Big Nic diamond jigs and drone spoons were working too. If it's not too rough to get over there, the guys might enjoy that. Thanks to all our military and thanks to all you guys participating in this event.  
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searat36
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Thu May 31, 2018 10:40 pm
Lots of nice Spanish and small kings on the close in ARís right now. Just use some light tackle and small baits. If you can get to the east side , on a SSW wind itís always a lot nicer within the first 8-10 miles off the shoals. Should be able to cross about a mile off the end of shark island. Plenty of shad at Harkers island if you can throw a net. Show these guys and gals a good time, the fish catching is secondary.  
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AboutTime2Fish
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Fri Jun 01, 2018 10:45 am
2-4 at 5 sec last forecast, made the call to stay in/near shore. Prepped for kings, Spanish, blues, flounder, cobia....I think that will cover it. Now if there was just some room left for the fishermen.... ;)
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