Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

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

Today was overcast with some morning rain showers with mostly sunny skies in the afternoon. The winds were from the south-west at 10-20 mph and the temperatures were in the mid 80’s.

Up on the Avon beach sea mullet, spot, pompano and croaker were reported.  Around the Buxton beach there were a few spanish mackerel caught.  Over on the Frisco beach croaker, sea mullet and a 21″ and 25″ puppy drum were caught.  Down on the Hatteras beaches there were reports of sea mullet, spot, croaker, flounder, bluefish and pompano.

The inshore boats had good catches of puppy drum and a few gray trout in the Pamlico Sound.   Some decent spanish mackerel catches were reported just outside Hatteras Inlet.

The offshore boats had scattered catches of dolphin, wahoo, yellowfin and blackfin tuna.  One sailfish were released.

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