Outer Banks sport fishing trip aboard the Devereux II with Captain Reid. After you catch all the fish you wish to take home and eat you can have your deep sea fish cooked to order at many of the restaurants on Ocracoke Island. Sport fishing out of Ocracoke Island North Carolina is a time honored tradition for many friend and families. Ocracoke Island is known for it plentiful catches of some of the worlds most desired fish including Tuna, Wahoo, King Mackerel, amberjack Spanish mackerel, Grouper, Snapper and many more species.
  

UpdatedCharter Fishing pictures on the Devereux II out of Ocracoke Island, NC. OBX Fishing 2011 Season.
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Call Captain Reid (252) 921-0120 and book your Offshore trip and have your cooler packed with beauties like these!

Off Shore Outer Banks Fishing Charter

Full Day off-shore trip of Mahi And Wahoo off Ocracoke, NC.

Full Day off-shore trip of Mahi off Ocracoke, NC.

Full Day off-shore trip of Mahi off Ocracoke, NC.

Half Day Haul of Delicious Blue Fish on the Devereux II Ocracoke, NC.

Another EPIC Day aboard the Devereux II Ocracoke, NC.

A Traditional Kissing of the fish ensures good luck the next trip out...


A Wahoo will go far with friends and family dinner time...


A Mahi or Wahoo or even Tuna dinner averages $30 a plate with a 8 oz serving, How many dinners can you get from this? I bet the whole neighborhood could feast from this one trip! Good Job Guys!


A Mahi dinner averages $30 a plate with a 8 oz serving of Mahi, How many dinners can you get from this? I bet the whole neighborhood could feast from this one trip! Good Job Guys!


Great Family Fun with a load of Mahi & Amberjack. Another catch of some of the most desired entree fish in reaturants. Good job Crew!


Catch and Release Marlin. First Mate Jerry holds the fish for a photo before releasing it back into the great blue deep.


Blue Marlin Estimated 350lbs. This Marlin got tail wrapped and drown. The crew tried to revive the fish for 45 minutes before deciding to board it and bring it home.


Wahoo is another great fish desired at fine dinig restuarants. Makes great Sushi too!
fishing on the Devereux II

Mahi & Wahoo A tradition to "Kiss the Fish".
Go fishing with Capt. Reid and first Mate Jerry

Big Mahi
Devereux II Ocracoke, NC.


Tuna
Captain Reid Robinson the Devereux II


Tuna - Mahi - Amber Jack - Bonita
Tuna Fishing Ocracoke


Amber Jack
Ocracoke Fishing


A Mahi dinner averages $30 a plate with a 8 oz serving of Mahi, How many dinners can you get from this one fish?
Deep Sea fishing OBX


A 8oz serving of Wahoo averages $35 anywhere in the USA, how many friends can you feed with this monster fish? Wahoo is awesome as Sushi too!
Hatteras Fleet fishing


  Charter Fishing Trip on the Devereux II out of Ocracoke Island, NC. OBX Fishing May 2011.

Black fin Tuna
Fishing Outer Banks with Captain Reid Robinson aboard the Devereux II


Black fin Tuna and Mahi
Outer Banks Charter Fishing with Captain Reid on the Devereux II

  Fishing Report for April 2011:
  Devereux with Captain Reid and First Mate Jerry came home with Tuna and the limit of Amber Jack.   Call now to book your trip with Devereux.


  Every trip is an adventure. Captain Reid and Jerry have the experience to put you on the fish and help you land the big one. No experience is needed. Devereux provides all the gear you need for an unforgettable Off Shore trip the famous fishing grounds of the Gulf Stream of the Atlantic Ocean.

  Many species of fish are available all year round from Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna and even Bill Fish.

  Call today and book your trip. Up to 6 people can make a trip. Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather. Bring lunch, munchies and drinks, Devereux will provide the action! (252) 921-0120

The Devereux can take you offshore of North Carolina on Ocracoke Island for some of the nation’s best sport fishing lasting a full day or a whole day. You can mix fishing parties or book the offshore sport fishing trip for you alone.
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