Monday, March 12, 2007

On the beach at Cape Lookout

Good Fortune left the dock at 9:00 am and anchored at the Cape at 11:30. A fast lunch and launch the shore boat. The beach shore line was covered with fresh shells washed ashore from multiple winter storms. A large Loggerhead turtle was freeze dried on the beach. The birds present where Pelicans, loons, gannets,cormorants, and offshore the ever present bottle nosed dolphin. No other people, just the local wildlife.
We have a trip going to Shackleford Banks on the 14Th with room for one more person. It will be a 6 hr. trip, 9:30 to 3:30 for $60/person.
You may reserve at 252-241-6866

Thursday, March 8, 2007

Winter shelling

The weekend of the 10th of March is reported to be 65 degrees with a 5 to 10 knot breeze. The shelling on Shackleford and Cape Lookout this time of year is unequaled on the east coast. Saturday looks like the best day. We will restrict the trip to Shackleford if the ocean is too rough. the trip will depart from our winter slip in Morehead City at 9:00 am and return at 4:00 pm. The cost will be $70 per person for the 7 hour trip.
Call for reservations at; 252-241-6866