Everything is really starting to heat up along the beaches here on the Crystal Coast. There have been good numbers of false albacore feeding on bait balls from Beaufort Inlet to the eastside of the Cape Lookout shoals. There are still good numbers of Spanish mackerel and bluefish as well. The northeast winds have got the mullet running out of the inlets and down the beaches. Red drum as well as the king mackerel and a few sailfish are off the beaches and feeding on the mullet. Offshore the wahoo bite has been just about as good as it gets. Plenty of wahoo from 20 to 60 lbs are being caught from the Big Rock to the Swansboro Hole area. Blackfin tuna and dolphin are mixed in as well. Back in the marsh the red drum and speckled trout are doing very well now and should continue to get better.