Spring Update 2017

FullSizeRenderFullSizeRenderFullSizeRenderFullSizeRenderDSC_0208DSC_0240DSC_0209DSC_0226DSC_0234FullSizeRenderFullSizeRenderThe fishing has been good for the most part. STarted of strong with excellent speckled trout fishing, but that has fallen back some.

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We are seeing really good puppy drum fishing, however,  a fair amount of those are under keeper size, but we pick at some of the slot fish. Small stripers, specks and flounder seem semi abundant, with the occasional keepers in there,

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So, fair action for entertainment, but the take home and be slim at times.

DSC_0240Nevertheless–the weather and conditions have been top notch, as of late.

Outer Banks Kayak Fishing can get you out on the water to explore and enjoy the Outer Banks in a whole new way.

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Gearing Up and Ready for 2017

I am feeling ready for a new season, after a major neck injury early in 2016.

The winter weather has been pleasant and I believe this may lead to some decent fishing this year. The puppy drum and speckled trout that have taken serious cold stun hits the past few years, should’ve thrived this winter.

Now that it is April I will begin to hunt for fish every chance the wind allows for.

Look for reports soon,

Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions you may have involving a potential trip.

I look forward to hearing from you and thank you for visiting.

Rob

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Much Overdue Update 7/15/16

It’s July 2016 and for no good reason I hadn’t updated this blog in sometime.

Yes, I am still running trips.

However, I ruptured a disc in my neck this past April, which required surgery and it managed some short term nerve damage. The nerve damage has caused severe weakness in the left side of my upper body.

For safety reasons for myself and my clients I will only run trips that involve 3 indvidual kayaks or two tandem kayaks (Four person family trips). If you have your own boats or some of your own boats I may up that number…it depends on your needs.

I am sorry for any inconvienence and I hope to be up to par by spring of 2017.

Sincerely

Rob Alderman

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Looking Back At 2014

Another year has come and gone and I am very happy.

2014 was the year of the puppy drum. It was an absolutely spectacular year chasing these fish and they provided a lot of entertainment and meat for my clients.

Once again, I am very pleased with the way the business has grown this past year and while I got out a great number of people — the weather seemed to get me a fair amount this year. If it wasn’t the wind, then it was the rain/thunderstorms. But–That is all part of operating on a barrier island.

I am very thankful for my clients and my sponsors.

I never did make a report for the fall months, but when the weather cooperated there were plenty of puppy drum and we even managed some citation size red drum.

I look forward to 2015 with a whole new fleet of boats to accommodate.

Outer Banks Kayak Fishing still remains the only kayak fishing guide on the OBX that operates from Corolla to Hatteras, Sound, Ocean and Offshore Adventures. Wherever the fish are…that’s where we are going.

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Check out the 2014 recap video and have a safe and happy holidays.

Go fishing and play hard !

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August 9th: Fishing Report

The month of July had its ups and downs in the catching department.

I’d love to say that I wore them out every trip, but that just doesn’t happen. I can say that I am happy that I had only a couple of trips that did yield seriously disappointing results.

For the most part we managed fish every trip. Some days only a few and some days quite a few.

The single greatest hamper was the weather. From hurricanes and hard summer winds to massive amounts of thunderstorms — the weather kept me ashore a whole lot more then it let me run.

But hey… that’s the Outer Banks and that’s why they call it fishing.

Here is a pic of a citation sheepshead that weighed in at 8lbs 11ozs.

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A nice 21 inch speckled troutDSC05906Now for a fraction of the puppy that we caught.

DSC05919 DSC05990 DSC05992 DSC05958 DSC05954 DSC05951DSC05894 DSC05896I also made it into Kayak Angler Magazine twice in the Summer edition. Once for helping the Wilderness Systems crew test the newest addition to their fleet, The Thresher. We took that bad boy into Diamond Shoals for a true test of an ocean fishing yak.

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Yes. I liked it and have my new Thresher coming the 1st of September :-)

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Here is my video look at the new Thresher.

Thanks for looking and I hope to see you soon– and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook by simply clicking on the FB icon located on the top right hand side of this page.

Go fishing and play hard !

 

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