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  DUH,DUM. DUH,DUM. DUH,DUH,DUH,DUH,DUH,DUH,DUH,DUH,DUM!! THE BROWN ONES ARE HERE, BOOK YOUR COBIA TRIP TODAY.  
 
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I'm Captain Donnie Davis, I own and operate D.O.A. Charters on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. As you can see, this is not your ordinary charter site and I will strive to make sure that your experience aboard the DOA is also far from ordinary. And while our goal is always to put some fish in the box, I want to make sure that it is as exciting for you as possible. I specialize in light tackle fishing, plainly put, we'll try to catch the biggest fish that we can while using the lightest possible tackle. It is also my hope that you will not only catch some fish aboard the DOA but also that you will learn something about the resource that we are using.
 
 
The DOA So, join me for an exciting day of inshore sportfishing action aboard DOA in North Carolina's beautiful Outer Banks estuarine and ocean waters .....Full-day, 3/4 day, and half-day charters for striped bass, cobia, amberjack, red drum or anything else that swims and makes the drag scream in the ocean and sounds surrounding Oregon Inlet, North Carolina are available.
 
Depending on the season and what the conditions dictate, there are numerous varieties of species we can target. Techniques used to catch the fish vary depending on the species. For example, we may sight-cast to cobias or red drum or we may live bait for amberjacks. We may cast jigs to stripers or anchor and catch fish around bridge pilings using bait. Whatever the conditions dictate we will be rigged up to do it. I'm always willing to listen to other options and suggestions that you may have as well. I will rely on my experience as well as other's to provide you with the catch you desire, but if there is one thing I know for sure it is no one man knows it all. Therefore, I urge you to get involved and ask questions. I want you to be a part of the fishing experience rather than just a spectator who reels the fish in when it is hooked as may be the case on some boats.
 
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