Rarely, at least when traveling with me will you find yourself with the sun on your face and a light breeze at your back. Normally its a ball busting, feat of human endurance to see just how much your willing to take to catch a fish. That was the case in the pursuit of Albies last year, but couldn't have been further from the case this year. When looking at fishing off the outer banks of NC the biggest thing you really have to try and time is the weather. Without a weather break you will find it hard to even get out of the pass, let alone find and catch fish. This year, for a change, me and my crew hit it on the head. Sunny skies, warm temps, and light winds meant that we could literally fish ourselves stupid for four days, and catch more albies than any group of men should be entitled to. We fished hard, and we drank hard, and when the smoke cleared we had landed hundreds of fish, and I could even remember a few. The pics are courtesy of Chad Fuller, Jeremy Clark, and Brian Robinson. I would love to put some poetic words of beauty to these pics, but I think they do a fine job of speaking for themselves.. Enjoy..