Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Today was just a beautiful day on Hatteras Island. There was very little wind, clear skies and a high of 72F.
Avon beach had some spot, sea mullet, croaker, bluefish and puppy drum. In Buxton, behind the Motels had sea mullet and bluefish. Cape Point had bluefish on bait and metal. Frisco had some croakers. Hatteras had blow toads, bluefish, sea mullet, pompano, puppy drum and spot.
The inshore boats are catching puppy drum, flounder, spanish mackerel and bluefish. The offshore boats came back to the docks with catches of dolphin and wahoo, some citation size. There was one sailfish release today. Pictured below is Godspeed Charters with a citation wahoo caught today. Nice fish guys!!
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