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Oak Island Pier

From the air................

Oak Island Pier

This is how it looks today................

Oak Island Pier

Map to the Pier...

Oak Island Pier

This is Walter Maxwell with the record Tiger Shark caught on the Pier...

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Oak Island Fishing Pier        910.278.6464

                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Click the picture for more information  May 30th and 31st..............

 

WEEKLY FISHING REPORT – OAK ISLAND PIER – SUNDAY 5-17

Water temps ranged from 68 to 76 degree. Current water temp is 75.6 degrees.

Blue fish 12-14” and Spanish 10-18” continues to be really good on Gotcha plugs. Medium croakers, whiting, and puffers continue on the bottom.

Sharks and skates are plentiful with dogfish 12-24".

Preferred bottom bait is shrimp and squid.

Flounder are plentiful with a lot of throw backs unfortunately.

Speckled Trout have been biting daylight to mid-morning. Saturday and Sunday morning produced several limit catches. Artificial baits are doing well.

35 Lb 5 Oz Cobia caught Saturday morning on a live blue.

Preferred fishing times- daylight to midmorning, clear water and tide changes.

Fishing Forecast- Continued improvement in the quantity and size of Kings, Spanish, Trout. Spots due anytime.




YBJAWS TIGER SHARK EXHIBIT

HIGHLIGHTS
·       1,150 Pound Tiger Shark beach display, caught in June 1966 from the YAUPON BEACH PIER by Walter Maxwell.
·       Walter Maxwell Memorial with photos and history of the NC State and word record Tiger Sharks he caught.
·       Educational posters and displays provide information about sharks and other salt water fish caught on the NC coast.
·       JAWS attacks and sinks a boat music and video.
·       Swimming and feeding 1,000 lb. Tiger Shark video.
·       Long Beach Pier photos and memorabilia.
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Photo Booth offers to take and email your photo with YBJAWS.

 

 

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