Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
The weather was beautiful today. We only had a few scattered showers late in the day. The temperatures were in the upper 70’s. Winds were calm from the North in The morning turning South-East around noon,
With the weather clearing up the fishing had to pick up also. In Avon from the beach today there was sea-mullet, pompano, bluefish and some grey trout biting. From the Avon Pier there was sea-mullet, grey trout, bluefish and spanish mackerel. In Buxton there was sea-mullet, pompano and a 75 pound cobia caught off Ramp 43. Slow fishing on the south beach today. In Frisco there was some sea-mullet caught. In Hateras there was sea-mullet, pompano, bluefish and small flounder.
Here is the most up to date ramp information from the Cape Hatteras National Park Service.
Inshore today there was spanish mackerel and bluefish biting. In the sound today there was a good puppy drum bite and a scattered cobia.
Offshore there was a great gaffer and bailer dolphin bite. there was a few sailfish released today as well. The black-fin tuna were biting today also. Off the wrecks there was sea-bass, vermillion snapper, and grouper.
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