The weather today started out cloudy and cool. The temperatures were in the mid 60’s and rose to the upper 70’s mid day. The wind’s were calm from the North-East.
Fishing from the beach today was pretty good. In Avon there was some sea-mullet. In Buxton there was sea-mullet, pompano, and sheepshead biting. Here in Frisco there was puppy drum and sea-mullet biting. In Hatteras there was flounder sea-mullet and bluefish caught.
Kathy Walke caught this nice 26 inch keeper puppy drum here on the Frisco beach today.
The inshore fishing was great again today. There was a great catch of spanish mackerel and bluefish. The cobia fishing is picking up day by day.
Below is a 116.2 pound cobia caught today by Blake Michael of Virginia. The fish is only 4 oz from beating the state record.
Offshore today the billfish action slowed down but there were still some caught for the tournament. The dolphin bite was good. The wahoo, black-fin tuna, and yellow-fin tuna bite was scattered. Outside of the tournament there was a few sailfish released.
The first day of the Hatteras Village Offshore Open was a good one. There were 1 blue marlin, 1 white marlin and 1 sailfish released.
Mollie Whopper caught a blue marlin weighing in at 507.7 lbs.
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