Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

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

Today was partly sunny with cooler temperatures.  The winds were from the south-east at 10-15 mph and the temperatures were in the low 80’s.

We had another good day of beach fishing today.  Up on the Avon beach there were sea mullet, puppy and yearling drum, bluefish and croaker caught.  Down in the Buxton beach puppy drum, sea mullet, spanish mackerel and bluefish were reported.  The Frisco and Hatteras beaches had puppy drum, pompano and bluefish caught.

The inshore boats caught bluefish, puppy drum, gray trout and spot in the Pamlico Sound today.

The offshore fleet had to dodge thunderstorms and water spouts most of the day.  They had some decent dolphin fishing, some wahoo and black fin tuna.  A blue marlin, two white marlin and a sailfish were released today.

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