Mullet blow on Bogue Banks (1999-2016)

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Dates for the first mullet blow of the season on Bogue Banks  since 1999. Average date is August 30, average surf temperature is 81-degrees. 9/1/1999, 9/6/2000, 8/25/2001, 9/1/2002, 9/6/2003, 8/24/2004, 8/26/2005, 9/2/2006, 8/29/2007, 9/1/2008, 9/1/2009, 8/28/2010, 9/2/2011, 8/25/2012, 8/25/2013, 8/26/14, 8/25/15, 8/30/16  

Panko and Parmesan encrusted Mahi Mahi (WORB)

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Panko and Parmesan encrusted Mahi Mahi Compliments THE WHITE OAK RIVER BISTRO Swansboro, NC Ingredients: 6 to 8 ounce skinless, boneless Mahi steaks 2 cup Panko bread crumbs 2 cup shredded parmesan cheese ½ cup buttermilk Seasoned flour for dredging (Old Bay, salt, pepper)   Method: Dredge filets in seasoned flour. Dip in Buttermilk and… Read more »

Seafood stuffed Spanish mackerel roulades (WORB)

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Seafood stuffed Spanish Mackerel roulades Compliments THE WHITE OAK RIVER BISTRO, Swansboro, NC Ingredients: 8 skinless boneless Spanish mackerel filets ½ pound steamed shrimp ½ pound backfin crab meat 1 cup bread crumbs 3 T. diced onion 3T. diced red and green bell pepper 1 T. Old Bay seasoning 1 cup Mayo Method: Combine all… Read more »

Emerald Isle Water Temperatures for July 2014

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Surf at Bogue Pier ranged from a Low of 79 to a high of 84  with an  average of 82.0, (blue diamonds). For the month we had flat horizontal line that fit the gyrating data. Bogue Sound (red squares) had a low of 79 and a high of 87-degrees with an average of 83.6-degrees.  

Plastic tags meant to head off double safety inspections

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Plastic tags meant to head off double safety inspections MOREHEAD CITY – N.C. Marine Patrol and N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission officers will be working together in the coming days on a pilot project designed to help avoid stopping boaters twice for safety inspections and to expedite other vessel stops. The two enforcement agencies will be… Read more »