Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
It was a great day to be out fishing. The temperature was around 80 and the winds were east-south-east 5-10 mph. The skies were clear for the fist half of the day and clouds with scattered showers came in the afternoon.
From the beach today there was some pretty good fishing. In Avon there was sea-mullet, bluefish, spanish mackerel, and some grey trout from the pier. In Buxton the spanish, bluefish, sea-mullet, and pompano were biting. Here in Frisco the fishing was slower with just some sea-mullet and bluefish caught. Hatteras beach had flounder show up with bluefish, sea-mullet, and pompano.
Inshore today the drum fishing was good and the cobia slowed down. the spanish mackerel bite was pretty good. In the sound there was some grey trout caught.
Josh Brown from Frisco got to fish the inlet today and caught this nice cobia.
Offshore today the fishing was scattered. There was gaffer sized dolphin caught and a scattered wahoo bite today. From the bottom there was vermilion snapper, silver snapper, and trigger fish caught.
Angie Ballance went offshore today and caught a nice gaffer dolphin today.
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