Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

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

It was another great day here on the island. The temperatures were in the lower 80’s. winds were light again today South-East in the morning turning North-East late in the afternoon.

From the beach today there was some good fishing. In Avon there was sea-mullet, spanish mackerel and pompano caught from the beach. From the pier there was pompano and sea-mullet. In Buxton there was sea-mullet, pompano and some spanish from the point. Here in Frisco we had some good bluefish bites as well as some sea-mullet and a few flounder. Hatteras beach had bluefish and pompano biting.

Inshore fishing slowed down today with only a few red drum being caught in the morning. This afternoon the bite was better but the numbers were down from previous days.

Offshore today the dolphin fishing is slowing down but the wahoo fishing is picking up. There were black-fin and yellow-fin tuna caught today as well. From the bottom there was a good triggerfish bite and a vermilion snapper bite.

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