Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island.
Today was mostly sunny with a few scattered rain showers early in the morning. The winds were from the south-east at 5-10 mph and the temperatures were in the low 80’s.
Up on the Avon beaches sea mullet, bluefish, pompano and croakers were reported. Around the Buxton beaches sea mullet, bluefish, pompano and some spanish mackerel were caught. Out at Cape Point in Buxton sharks, spanish mackerel and bluefish were caught. Over on the Frisco beach sea mullet and pompano were caught. Down on the Hatteras beaches bluefish, croaker, sea mullet and a few flounder reported.
The inshore boats caught red drum, speckled trout and bluefish in the Pamlico Sound.
The offshore boats had some good blackfin tuna catches, scattered dolphin, wahoo, grouper and a few sailfish.
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