Hatteras Island Fishing Report

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

Today was mostly sunny with light winds..  The winds were from the north at 5 mph and the temperatures were in the mid 50’s.

Around the Buxton beaches there were a few speckled trout and puppy drum caught.  Down around the Frisco Pier some keeper size puppy drum were reported.  There are still lots of sharks being caught too.

There is no inshore report today.  The offshore boats had good black fin tuna fishing and a good catch of tilefish too.

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