Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

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

Today was another beautiful day here on Hatteras Island.  We had a high of 84F and light breezes today.

Avon had a few small bluefish and croaker today.  Buxton reports small bluefish, spot and croaker.  Frisco had some croaker and pompano.  Hatteras had reports of spanish mackerel, small bluefish, spot, croaker, sea mullet and a few flounder.

The inshore boats had good catches of red drum and bluefish.

The offshore boats had good catches of wahoo, dolphin and scattered blackfin tuna today.  Pictured today is Predator Sport Fishing with one of their wahoo.  Check out the rabbit ears!

Predator Sport Fishing wahoo and bunny earsss

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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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