Hatteras Island Fishing Report

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

Today was sunny with a good south-west breeze.  The winds were blowing 15-20 mph with a few gusts a bit higher.  The temperatures were in the mid 70’s.

The Avon Pier had gray trout, croaker and sea mullet reported.  On the Avon beaches some sea mullet were caught.  Around the Buxton beaches sea mullet and puppy drum were caught.  Out at Cape Point in Buxton some nice red drum were caught.  Pictured below is JT Roehrs with a red drum that he caught this afternoon out at Cape Point in Buxton.  Pretty work JT.  Over on the Frisco and Hatteras beaches some bluefish were caught.

JT Drum Cape Pt

No boats fished inshore or offshore today.

Check out today’s featured product:

FRISCO ROD AND GUN RED DRUM T

This Frisco Rod and Gun short sleeve t-shirt features our famous Cape Hatteras Lighthouse and our popular gamefish, the Red Drum. This design’s border is made up of the favorite fishing spots on Hatteras Island. They include: Hatteras Inlet, Haulover, Buxton Jetties, Cape Point, The Hook, South Beach, Ramp 55, Frisco Pier, Ramp 49, and False Point. This 100 % cotton t-shirt has a distressed color look and bold graphic art.

Sperry sale shoes are now 50% off.  We have new styles in for Spring too!  New 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.

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