Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today we had more nice sunny weather.  We had south-west winds 5-10 mph and the temperatures were in the low 80’s.

Up on the Avon beach today some sea mullet, spot, croakers and a few puppy drum were caught.  Around the Buxton beaches there were a few spanish mackerel, puppy drum, croaker and sea mullet reported  Over on the Frisco beach at Ramp 49 pompano, sea mullet and puppy drum were caught.  The Hatteras beaches had sea mullet, spot, puppy drum and yearling drum

The inshore boats had real good red drum fishing with several citations caught in the Pamlico Sound.  The spanish mackerel fishing was good today outside Hatteras Inlet.

The offshore boats had excellent dolphin fishing with gaffer and bailer size.  The wahoo and blackfin tuna bite was good too.

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Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today was nice and mostly sunny.  We had south-west winds 5-10 mph and the temperatures were in the low 80’s.

Up on the Avon beach today some sea mullet, pompano, bluefish and a few puppy drum were caught.  Around the Buxton beaches there were a few puppy drum and spanish mackerel, some croaker and bluefish were also reported.  Over on the Frisco beach at Ramp 49 some nice pompano were caught.  The Hatteras beaches had bluefish, spot, croaker and sea mullet.  Pictured below is Denise Weller of Denver PA with her 2 lb 4 oz citation pompano caught on the Frisco beach today.  Nice Catch!!!

Denise Weller Pompano 2 lb 4 oz

The inshore boats had a few speckled trout and some bluefish action in the Pamlico Sound today.  The spanish mackerel fishing was good just outside Hatteras Inlet.

The offshore boats had good  black fin tuna fishing, a few dolphin, a couple of sailfish and some a snowy grouper.

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Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

We had a clear day today with a high of 83F.  Still a little bit of wind this morning, then calmed down to little to none in the afternoon.

Avon beach had spanish mackerel, bluefish and sea mullet today.  Buxton had spanish mackerel and bluefish today.  Hatteras had sea mullet, small bluefish, puppy drum and flounder.

The inshore boats caught some cobia, red drum and bluefish.  They also got some clams. There was also a big drum caught in the inlet today.  Pictured below is The Hook Up Charter with their party and some clams.

The Hook Up Charter clamming

 

Pictured below is a couple of cobia caught today on Brown’s Backcountry Charters.

Brown's Backcountry Charters

The billfish bite was good offshore today.  The dolphin fishing was fair today, there were also some wahoo and blackfin tuna.  Pictured below is Godspeed Charters with 150lb blue marlin.

Godspeed Charters 150lb blue marlin

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Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today was mostly cloudy, with a high of 83F.  We had west winds this morning, then switched to the west-south-west, which blew out of the remainder of the day.  It blew anywhere from 20 to 9 mph.  Also a little southwest wind mixed in the afternoon as well.  We also had some rainshowers this afternoon.

Fishing was a little tough today, the northern beaches  were the only place we got reports.  Avon had croaker and puppy drum.  With the southwest winds, the southern beaches are tough to fish, the seas had calmed down a little from yesterday, but the sandblasting had kicked it up a knotch.  We did not have any reports from the southern beaches today.

A couple of inshore boats went out today.  One boat caught a cobia and lost another.  No offshore boats ventured out today.

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Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

The weather today wasn’t the greatest. the temperatures were around 80 through out the day with winds 15-20 mph from the south. We had scattered showers in the morning and afternoon with a clear blue skies in the middle of the day.

Weather slowed the fishing down today. In Avon from the beach the bluefish and croaker were biting. From the pier there was some spot, gray trout, croaker, and sea-mullet caught. In Buxton there was some spanish mackerel and some bluefish caught. Here in Frisco the sea mullet and pompano were caught. From the Hatteras beach there was sea-mullet, pompano and some blues caught.

Inshore today was really slow due to the wind. There was only a few drum caught back in the sound.

The Offshore bite today was a little slower. There was a good dolphin bite but a only a few wahoo caught.

Here’s a picture from the Hatteras Fever II today with the blue marlin they hooked.

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Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

The day started out cool with some heavy thunder storms around but turned out to be a great day. The winds were north 5-10 mph turning to the south west later in the day. the temperatures were in the low 70’s first thing in the morning but rose to the mid 80’s in the afternoon.

In Avon today the fishing was great. from the beach there was puppy drum, pompano, sea mullet, and bluefish. From the pier there was croaker, spot, gray trout, and blues caught. In Buxton the fishing was slow but there was still some flounder and sea mullet caught. Here in Frisco there was only a few sea mullet caught. From the Hatteras beach there was some bluefish, sea mullet, and pompano.

Inshore today there was some good clamming. There was some puppy drum and bluefish caught as well as a handful of cobia.

Offshore today only a few boats fished and there was a fair dolphin bite.

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Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.

Today was partly sunny with cooler temperatures.  The winds were from the south-east at 10-15 mph and the temperatures were in the low 80’s.

We had another good day of beach fishing today.  Up on the Avon beach there were sea mullet, puppy and yearling drum, bluefish and croaker caught.  Down in the Buxton beach puppy drum, sea mullet, spanish mackerel and bluefish were reported.  The Frisco and Hatteras beaches had puppy drum, pompano and bluefish caught.

The inshore boats caught bluefish, puppy drum, gray trout and spot in the Pamlico Sound today.

The offshore fleet had to dodge thunderstorms and water spouts most of the day.  They had some decent dolphin fishing, some wahoo and black fin tuna.  A blue marlin, two white marlin and a sailfish were released today.

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Sperry sale shoes are now 50% off.  We have new styles in for Spring too!  New Guy Harvey, Hatley and Woolrich in for Spring.  New t-shirt designs in also, kids and adults.

Come by and see us at Frisco Rod and Gun, located at 53610 Hwy 12, across from Billy Mitchell Airstrip and Ramp 49. Open year round, 364 days a year. Visit us in the store or shop online anytime at friscorodandgun.com.