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best will be back inside creeks off of the intercostal.
Best time is when tide is leaving the grass and you can throw net along edge of grass/bank[without throwing into the grass].
As far as the OIB bridge goes, the black drum bite has been hit or miss there lately.
It was off the chain in June, but has pretty much disappeared altogether since July. Shallotte Inlet around the docks and sea wall at Inlet View bar and grill has been producing as of late.
Also what pound downrigger balls do you prefer when slow trolling and how far should I put the bait out from the Downrigger ball when slow trolling menhaden? yes braid is the answer but leave wire on spool as backing as the braid will cut the spool. we use a 8 lb ball but if lot of current go to a 10.
The clearer the water the further back from the ball, typically 25 yards. Not sure how they feel about 30 , but if swell not too bad getting out the inlet, you could hug the beach off the big hill, Yaupon, or Oceancrest and maybe get bit.
Problem is until boats can get out on the water, nobody knows where they are.
Hard to see a weather window but maybe next week things will change. We've caught several yellowfin out of Oregon Inlet but have never caught a blackfin around Holden/Ocean Isle area. Pretty much have to be in the stream to catch them[Steeples good spot].
What type set up do you guys use for blackfin tuna? Years ago we caught a lot of Yellowfin from OIB but something happened and they disappeared and never came back to our waters. The Kings were at the Horseshoe before the recent cold fronts. If water at HS has cooled push on off toward the Tower.If you thinking grouper, your running line needs to be approx. But most folks use a blood knot to make connection.I use a different knot[a Steve Shook knot] but would have to demonstrate.Jelly balls are the answer, 8lb flor, small circle or small jhook.Put jelly ball in a bucket as it will stain your deck.