Hatteras Island Fishing Report

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

Cloudy skies today but the rain was scattered. The wind was North-East 5-10 mph in the morning and picked up to 10-15 mph. The temperature was around 70 throughout the day.

From the beach the fishing was pretty good even with the weather the past few days. Avon beach and pier the puppy drum, sea-mullet, spot and bluefish were caught. In Buxton there was bluefish, spot, sea-mullet, flounder and puppy drum. There was some bigger drum caught at the point last night. From the beach in Frisco there was drum, bluefish and a few pompano. In Hatteras the pompano, croaker, bluefish, flounder, and puppy drum caught.

Inshore there was spanish and bluefish just outside the inlet. Some drum were caught in the sound today also.

Offshore today the dolphin and wahoo bite was scattered along with the  few blackfin tuna that were caught. The billfish were biting like yesterday but there was still some sailfish and blue marlin around.


Check Out Today’s Featured Product:


Storm Saltwater Chug Bug

Storm lures has created the perfect lure that’s Tail-weighted for easier “walk-the-dog” action and has loud rattles. The cupped mouth spits without any modifications and the flashy pearl SkirTail adds a living, breathing action that fish can’t resist.

Woolrich summer men’s and women’s clothing is now 30% off.  Also, Hatley summer clothing is 30% off.

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.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s