Hatteras Island Fishing Report

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

another great day for fishing. the temperature was in the lower 70′ with west-south-west wind 5-10 mph and sunny skies.

From the beach the fishing counldn’t have been better. In Avon the bluefish and sea-mullet were biting. In Buxton there was bluefish, puppy drum, and even some flounder caught. From the beach in Frisco the blues, flounder, drum, and even some spot were biting. In Hatteras the bluefish, drum, sheeps head, and flounder were biting.

Inshore boats had a rough day today the puppy drum bite was scattered but there was some caught.

Offshore boats that fished had rough seas but caught fish. The dolphin and wahoo were biting there was a few sailfish released and a scattered blackfin tuna bite today. From the bottom there was some nice tilefish caught.

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