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Ron Aaron

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My wife Leslie and I were hoping that a weekend fishing trip to the OBX where I just took our middle son James (and left our other two boys at home) would produce a lasting memory for our eight-year-old, like the fond memory my wife has when her dad took just her at age eleven to Florida and left her other three siblings at home. Publisher Gary Hurley and his son James (age 8) with a 45" red drum that was caught and released on a gold spoon by sight casting to a school of 50+ fish in the shallows behind Hatteras. They were fishing with Capt. Aaron Aaron of Tightline Charters out of Hatteras Harbor Marina. They were fishing with Capt. Aaron Aaron of Tightline Charters out of Hatteras Harbor Marina. I'm pretty sure Leslie and I met our goal, but I'm absolutely sure that I now have a lasting, fond memory-a memory full of highlights and the luxury of focusing in on only one child. And James and I have Capt. Aaron Aaron (Tightline Charters), Capt. Joey VanDyke (OBX Fishing Charters), and Hatteras' annual Day at the Docks fall festival to start our long list of highlight thank yous. That's where Capt. Aaron Aaron, of Tightline Charters, found us a fish. The inshore fishing in the Hatteras area, as Aaron and others guides have been telling me, has been a little slow this year, so Aaron was sure to only give cautious optimism as we pulled away Saturday morning from the fairly quiet Hatteras Harbor docks, docks that would be bustling by the 12:00 noon return time. The plan was to cast on the flats until the sun got up high enough to go searching, and it took until later in the morning before I heard Aaron say, "Get your rod and look ahead to that sandbar. Aaron had succeeded. Sunday had us on the water with Capt. Joey VanDyke, of Outer Banks Fishing Charters and also out of Hatteras Harbor. We anchored up in about 10' of water off of a grass bank. And while fishing memories were present, so too was the dolphin show (thank you Aaron), and James climbing up into the tower (thank you Joey), and zip lines and skee ball (thank you Nags Head friends), and more burps, because burps are funny whether you're age 8 or 48.


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A few citation-class (40"+) red drum have also been caught and released recently around Cape Point, but it's been closed to access as of April 7. Capts. Rich Baron and Aaron Aaron, of Tightline Charters, with one of 36 citation-class red drum they released while sight-casting bucktail jigs to schools of fish in the hook of Cape Hatteras. Rich Baron and Aaron Aaron, of Tightline Charters, with one of 36 citation-class red drum they released while sight-casting bucktail jigs to schools of fish in the hook of Cape Hatteras. A private boat also found a few dolphin early in the week, and anglers can expect the colorful fish to get more numerous leading up to the peak of their run in May.


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The Walter party of northern VA, with a limit of puppy drum they hooked while casting gold spoons in the Pamlico Sound with Capt. Aaron Aaron of Tightline Charters. The Walter party of northern VA, with a limit of puppy drum they hooked while casting gold spoons in the Pamlico Sound with Capt. Aaron Aaron of Tightline Charters. Surf casters are finding the fish around Oregon and Hatteras inlets and the beachfront in between. Shrimp, cut baits, and Fish Bites on bottom rigs will all attract attention from the mullet. Inshore boats are connecting with plenty of puppy drum while working soft plastic baits in the Pamlico Sound. The offshore boats have been tied to the docks due to the weather for most of the past few weeks, but when they've been able to get out they've found some blackfin tuna and dolphin while trolling ballyhoo and skirted lures. Bottom fishing offshore is producing fast action with tilefish, triggerfish, sea bass, some grouper, and more. Schools of amberjacks and some cobia are in many of the same areas and will bite larger cut or live baits along with vertical jigs.


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Aaron Aaron
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