Hatteras Island Fishing Reports

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

Another beautiful day. The skies were clear and blue. The temperature was in the upper 60’s. Wind’s were North-East at 5-10 mph.

From the beach today the fishing was good. In Avon there was puppy drum, sea-mullet, and bluefish. From the Pier there was Puppy drum, sea-mullet, black drum, blow-toads and some blues mixed in. In Buxton there was larger drum caught at the point and some bluefish. Here in Frisco there was small bluefish, sea-mullet and blow-toads. Hatteras beach had puppy drum, bluefish, flounder, blow toads and a few larger drum caught.


Inshore today the fishing was slower. There was a good bite of bluefish with a scattered speckled trout in the mix.

Offshore was much better today. There was a good catch of dolphin and black-fin tuna. There was a scattered bite from the wahoo and even some yellow-fin tuna caught. There was a few billfish released as well today.

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