Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Another beautiful blue sky day here on the island. The temperature nearing 80 around noon. The winds were from the South-East and calm this morning picking up to 5-10 in the late afternoon.
Fishing from the beach today was good. In Avon there was sea-mullet, and bluefish from the beach. From the Avon Pier there was small flounder, blow-toads, a puppy drum, and a sheepshead. In Buxton there was some bluefish, sea-mullet and pompano biting. Here in Frisco there was a few sea-mullet and pompano caught. In Hatteras there was some spanish mackerel and small bluefish caught.
Inshore today the puppy drum fishing was great in the sound. The cobia fishing was good and a few bonita mackerel were caught.
Larry Parker from Hatteras caught this nice 26 inch puppy drum this afternoon from his kayak in the Pamlico sound.
Offshore fishing was great again. The billfish bite just keeps getting better. there was multiple sailfish and a white marlin released. The gaffer dolphin re still here and filling the fish boxes along with some black-fin tuna.
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