Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

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

Today we had clear skies again. The temperature was in the low 80’s the winds were 5-10 mph from the south-east.

From the beach today the fishing was great. In Avon there was sea-mullet, bluefish, spanish mackerel. From the Pier there was a nice 59 pound cobia a good drum bite. In Buxton there was bluefish and spanish. Here in Frisco we had some sea-mullet, and bluefish. In Hatteras there was small bluefish, pompano, and some sea-mullet. Today we weighed in this nice 10 pound sheeps head the was caught near the Hatteras inlet by Jefferey Madre from Elizabeth City.

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Inshore today the fishing was good again. In the sound the puppy drum bite was great. The cobia are still here and biting fairly good. There was spanish mackerel and bluefish caught today also.

Offshore the dolphin bite picked up and there was good numbers to the gaffers and bailers. The wahoo was scattered and a few yellowfin tuna were caught. From the bottom there was vermilion snapper, silver snapper, amberjack, triggerfish, and some grouper caught.

 

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