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2015 : Climbing the Cape Lookout Lighthouse

c@pelookout : March 19, 2015

Cape Lookout Lighthouse to Open May 12, 2015

HARKERS ISLAND, NC – Cape Lookout National Seashore Superintendent Pat Kenney has

announced that the Cape Lookout Lighthouse will be open for an additional day during the 2015

season. This extra day will allow the lighthouse to be open five days a week for visitors to enjoy

the view from the top. Opening on Tuesday, May 12, the lighthouse will be open weekly through

Saturday, September 19.

Cape Lookout Lighthouse climbing hours and days of operation will be Tuesdays through Saturdays,

9:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. with ticket sales from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. On the holiday weekends, the

lighthouse will be open on Sunday, May 24, July 5, and September 6.

Climbing tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for senior citizens (62 or older), children 11 years of age

and under, and those holding a National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Access Pass. Tickets

are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and can only be purchased in-person at the site the

day of the climb. There are no advance ticket sales.

Children must be at least 44” tall, and children 12 and under must be escorted by a person at least

16 years old.

Climbing the lighthouse is strenuous—climbing the Cape Lookout Lighthouse is equivalent to

climbing a 10-story building. For more information check the park website at www.nps.gov/calo.

Great shark fishing with Lookout Adventures

c@pelookout : June 26, 2014

Enormous tuna could shatter world record

c@pelookout : March 29, 2014

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http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/excursions/post/enormous-bluefin-tuna-could-shatter-world-record/

Good early season fishing charters :: Atlantic Beach, Morehead City & Emerald Isle NC

c@pelookout : March 19, 2014

Despite some bad weather early in the week, we were fortunate to have super calm seas outside the inlet due to the strong North winds.

Good shark fishing and a good bunch of black sea bass were the order of the day.

Fun family on board from Oklahoma and everyone had a great time!

Come join us for a fun family fishing trip and make some quality memories with you and yours.

Looking forward to your trip,

The Lookout Adventures Crew

VIDEO: Blue Marlin jumps into boat

c@pelookout : August 25, 2013

http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/nature/post/fishermen-avoid-dangerous-bill-as-marlin-jumps-into-boat/

Two fishermen aboard the Marlin Darlin narrowly avoided disaster when the 350-pound blue marlin hooked by the angler decided to land itself, jumping into the boat and barely missing the wireman and knocking the angler to the deck. Both were lucky to have eluded the swinging bill.

The angler is Wahoo Barfield and the man wiring the fish is Chris (last name unknown), according to Beecher Jacobsen, who posted the original video (at bottom) that was taken by his dad, Bobby Jacobsen, on Thursday morning.

Watch how dangerously close the swinging bill of the marlin comes to the two fishermen in this Fox News report

German fisherman gets world-record 515lb Atlantic halibut

c@pelookout : August 17, 2013

http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/excursions/post/german-fisherman-catches-world-record-515-pound-atlantic-halibut/

A fisherman from Germany caught the fish of a lifetime, a world-record Atlantic halibut that was so big it wouldn’t fit into the boat.

Marco Liebenow was fishing with three friends in a 19-foot boat in Norwegian waters when he hooked what he thought was “a submarine,” according to a Friday report in the UK Daily Mail.

By halibut fishing standards, it was a submarine. The Atlantic halibut weighed 515 pounds, smashing the existing IGFA world record of 419 pounds caught in Norwegian waters in July 2004.

After a 90-minute battle, Liebenow managed to reel the fish to the surface. But once the fishermen saw how big it was, they realized the fish was too big to haul into the small boat. So they tied a rope around its tail.

“The flounder could be towed only with the greatest effort and with great sensitivity to the port,” fishing tour company Angelreisen Hamburg explained (via translation) on its Facebook page.

At the dock, the fish was hoisted out of the water by crane and weighed. After photos, Liebenow donated the fish to a local fish dealer, and then celebrated his catch with a few beers.

“[Marco] does not speak any English but has said it was a wonderful feeling to catch it and has called it a fish of a lifetime,” David Bottcher, Angelreisen Hamburg fishing tours spokesman who arranged the trip, told the Daily Mail. “Before he left for the trip, he called us first to ask for a few hints about how and where to fish—I guess our advice paid off.”

It did, in a big way.

The 9-foot fish, caught in waters off Kjollefjord last month, is awaiting IGFA world-record approval.

Cobia Fishing :: Atlantic Beach NC, Emerald Isle NC

c@pelookout : June 7, 2013

The cobia bite is in full swing with Lookout Adventures – this is a 56 pounder

Nice Shark Fishing @ Cape Lookout

c@pelookout : June 3, 2013

BIG HAMMERHEAD CAUGHT w/ Lookout Adventures

Shark Fishing Cape Lookout

 

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